The Positive Impacts of Redbank Valley on Seniors

The Positive Impacts of Redbank Valley on Seniors

Mackenzie Pence, Editor

Every  nine-weeks, Mr. Gold, the senior Economics and Government teacher,  surveys seniors about the positive and negative experiences they have had at RVHS.  So, seniors,  “How has Redbank Valley impacted you in a positive way?”

It (RVHS) has helped me develop characteristics that make me a better leader and person.

Everyone getting a lap top eventually is cool.

It’s (RVHS has) taught me patience because I have to wait in the parking lot after school for the buses to leave.

Teachers are very willing to help out with the college process.

A great sports program with many kids involved…This fills most kids’ minds and helps keep them out of trouble.

I like that we now have activity period everyday. This allows me to get work done, so that I don’t have to take as much home as I would normally.

The school has become very full of energy this year. It’s a lot of fun, and everyone is really good friends this year. There are no cliques. 

I enjoyed the pep rally; I think we should have them more often.

One of the teachers here at Redbank Valley put in a good word for me at a job. I got the job, and this will help me get my foot in the door for my future. 


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