On The Spot: What makes Thanksgiving
Junior Walter Bedell
You gotta have your family and your loved ones. That’s what really makes the meal. You gotta have good food, or whatever you can manage. You gotta have football. Sitting around watching football before and after dinner, everyone having fun. And I don’t really know the fourth one.
Senior Dalton Lindelof
The first thing is family, regardless of who they are. Even if you love em or hate em, you go and see them. The second one is food. It doesn’t matter if you have a little bit or a lot of it. Any food can work, just as long as you’re with your family and sitting at the table enjoying it. The third is the history about it; why we’re celebrating it, why it’s even a thing. And the fourth is foot...
Junior Hudson Wallace
Dallas Cowboys, fried turkey, a lot of arguing, and mac and cheese.
Freshman Tim Turner
Family, eating, being thankful, and some football. Food’s really good; mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, turkey, and everybody’s got to watch football.
Junior Sydney Wong
The four "F’s"- Football, Friends, Family, and Food, because they’re all part of the Thanksgiving tradition.
Freshman Madeleine Konecny
Family, friends, and eating a nice Thanksgiving dinner while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade.
Sophomore Sara Rouse
Thanksgiving is about gratitude and giving thanks for what you have and just being appreciative. It’s about spending time with family and loved ones, and eating a big dinner because it’s tradition, and it’s about playing games with the ones you love.
Senior Cade Krisher
Rule number one: friends. Friends are important because they make my life happy and they make you feel good. No school is a big thing. A little relaxation, and a good break before winter break. Number three is family time, that’s important. It’s some time to be thankful for all things and bring in some wholesome family bonding. Number four, nothing better than Thanksgiving football. Play some football ou...