The final two months of a teen’s senior year of high school are typically crammed full of events to celebrate the end of their high school careers, providing them opportunities to be with their friends, finalizing college or job plans and understanding that one chapter of life is about to be behind them.

Few, if any, members of the class of 2020 in the U.S. will have those sorts of memories, Challis High School included. With the coronavirus pandemic resulting in Challis students attending school remotely since March, the cancellation of all spring sports, competitions, gatherings, meetings and events, seniors and all other students have adopted new approaches to finishing out the school year.

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