I am attempting to read RAW manga for this first time, and I am encontering a varigated use of カタカナ and ひらがな in sentences that leaves me puzzled.

The whole sentence is: 「勉強しなくていいさし、悪者退治なんてスカッとしそうだし」。

From a quick Google search I believe the meaning of the bolded word is "refreshingly; w/ a sense of relief" (please correct me if I'm wrong). I am aware that it is commonplace for words to be inputted in カタカナ for emphasis, however I am unsure if the と here is intended to be included in the word (and is intentional/misprint), or is actually some grammar point I am unaware of.

Any answers would be appreciated!

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    This is mentioned in the answer to this question. I will close the question for now and hope this resolves your question. If not, please edit your question and explain what part you're still unsure about.
    – Earthliŋ
    Jul 9 '20 at 11:18