As a high school student of a SCUSD school, I have filled countless surveys asking the same questions but I am still concerned my voice is not being heard. Although the transition from in-person to online classes has been better than most there is a serious issue with class engagement. Our curriculum is made for in-person classes usually interactive with teachers and other students. In online classes, it is the same work just less of it which still does not help students learn. Students are now working to get credit rather than to learn. In the fall semester, students will likely not be able to work or collaborate with other students whether or not we are in school. The curriculum must change next year in order for students to be successful. I am hoping that the school board can take this into account when planning the fall semester.