North Penn: Quiet but not Silent

With about 3,000 students in the school, it's pretty hard to imagine North Penn High School empty. Here is a photo story of what campus looks like right now.

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North Penn’s main courtyard is neatly cut and maintained, but no students will be walking through it on their way to class.

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North Penn High School stands empty as school has been closed since March 12th.
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Bus 64 stands still as it has not be run since March 12th: the day it took students home for the last time in the 2019-2020 school year.
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The driver’s seat of bus 64 is empty. It has not been driven since March.
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Crawford stadium is locked shut and no one is allowed inside. Typically, at this time of year there would be track meets as well as graduation. All which have been changed or cancelled.
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The North Penn Baseball Ball sign is dark as the 2020 Baseball season was cancelled in April.
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Looking through a window is the still Rick Carroll Natatorium. There are no longer nightly swim classes and polo practices.
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The Senior Cafe is set up for students to come in and eat lunch, but no students will be entering until next school year.
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The bus loop no longer has busses coming through the circle multiple times a day. Instead it sits waiting till next school year.
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The Bridge connecting K-Pod and the rest of the high school is one of the busiest parts of the school. It will not be busy again until next school year’s orientation.
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An art class in J-Pod is set up for a still life drawing session. The students never got a chance to finish their drawings.