Students to hear veterans’ stories Nov. 11

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Jihoo Kim

Sigi Almon, Navy force, and Sam Woodhead, Army, speak in the library during a past Veterans Day.

Axel Greinke, Writer

Bring your earbuds to Panther Time Thursday, Nov. 11, for RCMS’s Veterans Day observance.

During Panther Time, students in both seventh and eighth grades will get to explore veterans’ stories, experiences, suffering, and sacrifices, and learn about some of the staff and relatives of the staff here at RCMS.

This event has traditionally been held in person, but this year, due to Covid-19, it is being held virtually.

Students will view a virtual honor wall of RCMS’s veterans — which include PE teacher Mr. Kerry Campagna — and will have the opportunity to listen to veterans’ stories on video.