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Senior Activity Week 4/15-4/19

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  • Senior Panoramic Picture Out the Door in 24′ Courtesy of Mr. Salazar

  • Banners along main entrance

  • Testing week entrance

  • Breakfast on Monday serving

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Last week, from April 15th to April 19th, our school entered a testing schedule geared towards our Sophomores and Juniors. With the Seniors nearing the end of their high school journey and no more testing on their agenda, Mrs. Tanner, Assistant Principal Goldin, and other staff members came together to orchestrate a memorable week for our Seniors.

Beginning with Monday, the breakfast serving went by smoothly and quickly, with many Seniors showing up. The entire week there was financial aid there to help all the Seniors who still needed assistance. Along with that our class councilors were on site for counseling and to support our Senior students. There was a decorating station on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. You were able to decorate your own gold star that will be hung up for prom to follow the theme being, “A Night with the Stars”. Along with that there was a Polaroid station to take your picture and have it hung up on a wall for prom as well.

One of the most exciting parts of last week was out class panoramic picture. Although it was hot, and the sun was in all of our faces the memory stands. With one of our class officers, making a poster with our catchphrase saying, “Out the Door in 24”, this wrapped the picture together as we all sat down on the bleachers for our class picture. For Wednesday, and Thursday there was activities to do outside. With that we also played Napoleon Dynamite on a classroom screen which was a little inconvenient for the amount of people sitting on the bleachers inside.

As of Friday, there’s not much to say as most of our Seniors presented us with a special magic trick and disappeared.

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Hey, my name is Alondra Cruz, and I am a Senior. I'm 17 years old and my birthday is in December.

This is my first year taking journalism. I'm pretty good with writing so I'm hoping to write some good things. I've never been a person to speak up or willingly want to speak to others so I'm hoping that I can get out of my comfort zone for this class. I am part of the 2024 student council this year. I've been part of it since the middle of last school year.

Outside of school I am a very sporadic person with people I'm comfortable with. I'm not a very open person when it comes to meeting new people, but I always try and be a person others feel comfortable talking with. I am the youngest in my family. I only have one sibling and he is older than me. I'm a very introverted person and my biggest company at home are my two guinea pigs. They are both girls one named Remi and the other being Bean. One was given to me, and I bought the other one. Taking care of them has become a daily thing for me.

I recently started painting so it's begun to be a hobby of mine. I personally find peace and calmness in painting with different colors. I'm a big fan of dark colors more than I am to light colors. Another hobby I have is that I like collecting small figures of shows I've watched or am watching. Along with that I collect many plushies and blankets. I love having many blankets big or small because it's something that makes me feel very safe and it just makes my room look very comfortable. Lastly, I recently started going to the gym with my brother and it's been a pretty good thing. I hope I can continue these hobbies while school begins to get more difficult with applying to colleges and stuff.

For my future I do plan on going to college and getting my bachelorettes in criminal justice and minor in psychology. I would double major but I kind of don't trust myself in being able to handle it. Mainly it's just a thought for now.

That's a little bit about me if you were interested :)

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