By Staff Writer Ethan Barber
Graphics by Nick Fore
State-wide quarantine has made quite a few changes to schooling over the past few months, from having to find alternative solutions for things as small as spirit week and as big as graduation, to the complete dependence on technology for instruction and working on schoolwork. While a class like history or a foreign language might have only a little trouble adjusting to this new way of learning, some other classes aren’t as fortunate. Among these classes include performing arts such as drama, choir, and sculpture, the teachers of which are finding it harder than ever to integrate integral aspects of their curriculum into online learning techniques like using Canvas or Zoom.