Shocked and confused, high school seniors navigate a school year cut short by the coronavirus

April 13, 2020 | Alaska Public Media |Mayowa Aina |

Governor Mike Dunleavy has closed public schools through the rest of the school year.

For the 9,606 high school seniors across the state who make up the class of 2020 that means final sport seasons have been cut short and proms and graduations have been postponed at best or canceled at worst.

But despite such an abrupt end to a highly anticipated school year, some seniors are taking these transitions in stride.

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2020-04-14T09:35:15-08:00