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  • Varsity Baseball will hold open gyms every Monday in January from 7pm-9. 7th & 8th graders are welcome to attend as well.

  • Marching Band attending the laser tag and bowling trip-the bus leaves at 5pm on Friday. We will return around 11pm.

  • Literature PBA for A DAY students will begin Wednesday, January 24th in computer lab 131.

Student Of The Week 10/31/16

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Corra Morgan

Q:  After-school activities:

A:   softball, theater, and color guard

Q:  Favorite book, its author and why:

A: The Perks of Being A Wallflower written by Stephen Chbosky. It’s my favorite book because it brings light to the difficulties of young adults and it shows how your friends can help you overcome the obstacles one may face.

Q:  Favorite band or musician and why:

A: Fall Out Boy is my favorite because of their beats.

Q:  Personal hero and why:

A: My grandfather. Throughout all the rough patches my family has gone through the past few years, he has been the one who remained the most calm and he tried to see the situations from all perspectives.

Q:  Preferred or dream career/job:

A: Linguistic analyst for a police department

Q:  Highlight of your high school experience so far:

A: Being awarded with the best color guard of our division at ALF

Q: What is your favorite subject?

A: English or History.

Q: If you could create your own high school course, what would it be called and what would it teach?

A: A theater class. Not only the study of theater throughout the past, but as well as writing the students own plays and performing them. Students would get to turn all of the backstage work that crews have to do. The students would also learn different acting techniques.

Q: Name three things you would like to accomplish by age 30.

A: Graduate college, travel around the world, and be able to do my dream job.

Q: If you could spend one year abroad, where would you go and why?

A: India. They have such an interesting language and culture.

Q: What would you tell a freshman who wants to make the most of his or her high school years?

A: Be patient and know everything will work it’s way out.

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