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Are you OK, class of 2021?

The Salt Lake Tribune wants to hear from high school seniors about how they’re dealing with COVID-19

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) How are current high school seniors, who did not get a traditional senior year, faring mentally, emotionally and socially as they approach graduation and the rest of their lives? The Salt Lake Tribune wants to hear from the class of 2021.

It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every facet of life, from business to education to religion and more.

What’s less clear are the potential long-term ramifications of the pandemic. Among those: How are current high school seniors, who did not get a traditional senior year, faring mentally, emotionally and socially as they approach graduation and the rest of their lives? And will the many possible effects of the 2020-21 school year — isolation, depression and anxiety, to name a few — impact their post-high school plans?

The Salt Lake Tribune wants to hear from the class of 2021. Fill out the form below and you may be included in story about how high school seniors are navigating the challenges of COVID-19.


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