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STUDENT SECTION

Joey Vaughn, senior

Maddie Misterka, Student Section Reporter | October 19, 2020

“I’m getting older, so I’ve always wanted to go outside and go out trick or treating, stuff like that, but I can’t really do that anymore. I still celebrate it- watch scary movies and things like that. (This year) I’ll probably sit around and watch movies with my family or something.”

Bradley Snyder, senior

Wendy Zhu, Management | October 19, 2020

"I definitely want to get more sleep. I got a lot of sleep over the summer, but when school started, I am not getting as much sleep now, and so I want to try to make a more conscious effort to go to bed earlier and also drink less caffeine in the evenings so I can fall asleep at night. When I don’t get enough sleep, I am very groggy throughout the day, and it makes it harder to get stuff done when...

Sydney Perez, sophomore

Wendy Zhu, Management | October 19, 2020

"I’m just trying to improve my work ethic and just getting stuff done on time and putting more effort into it. I have a planner where I write down everything I need to get done and due dates and everything like that, and I have Post-It notes that have a certain meaning for each color. I’ve had this goal throughout high school and this year too because  I didn’t really do that well last year....

Grace Sullivan, junior

Wendy Zhu, Management | October 19, 2020

"This year, I’m really just trying to stay on top of my academics, especially for applying to future colleges that I’m looking at—they’re more prestigious, so I’m trying to do my best on every assignment and test. I’m also trying to be more involved with my family because especially during quarantine, it showed that family’s always going to be there, so it’s important that you take...

Steven Rawnsley, instructional assistant

Lauryn Weninger, Student Section Reporter | September 18, 2020

"I became a teacher because I really enjoy working with students.  I started working in special ed because I want to give everyone equal opportunity to reach their potential."