So much has been made of what is being lost to the pandemic in terms of "normal life", but two Northern Valley/Old Tappan seniors, including cheerleader Angie Mercado (center), know real loss. She was accompanied on Senior Night by her brother Robert, a junior at NV/OT, and her history teacher Christine Massaro, who authors this article to provide some prospective. READ THE STORY...
So much has been made of what is being lost to the pandemic in terms of "normal life", but two Northern Valley/Old Tappan seniors, including cheerleader Angie Mercado (center), know real loss. She was accompanied on Senior Night by her brother Robert, a junior at NV/OT, and her history teacher Christine Massaro, who authors this article to provide some prospective. READ THE STORY...
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