The coronavirus has silenced dozens of marching bands across the country. However, the high school marching bands that are still playing have been working to adjust to a new normal. High school seniors are feeling the impact more than ever as they prepare for college. In Georgia, Norcross High School senior and drum major Bailey Lesko said she feels lucky to still play her instrument during the pandemic. “I would have cried a ton if we hadn’t got to do marching band this year,” Lesko said. Marching band drum major Bailey Lesko leading practice at Norcross High School. (Source/ Fox News) Marching band practices and performances are much different from last year, but Lesko said the atmosphere is better than ever before.  “There’s way more buy-in, there’s way more responsibility, a sense of we really need to do this, and we need to do it well because we know that not everybody is here,” Lesko said. The Norcross High School marching band has successfully played in three football games. The director of bands, Lee Newman, said the band is taking extra precautions to stay safe.   The Norcross marching band practicing before its next performance. (Source/Fox News ) “Students have to report super early now


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