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Twice the excitement; an eclipse and an evacuation

Habiba Ishtiaq, News Writer

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On Monday August 21st, Glenbard South had an eclipse evacuation drill. All the students and staff met at the football field to watch the solar eclipse during 8th period. Every student and staff member were given NASA approved glasses for safety precautions. Even though it was cloudy, students and teachers alike enjoyed it. Senior Lauren Kats was just one student present, “I’m glad I got to experience it”, said Kats. Junior, Maddie Gough, said “It was really cool”. Overall, everyone at Glenbard South had fun watching the eclipse.

 

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