Kelsey Carroll

As December 2019 concludes, many students say goodbye to their first full decade of life. The years marked their childhood and adolescence, while staff members said goodbye to a decade full of various national changes, new jobs and medical hope.

Algebra and precalculus teacher Crystal Gaddie

“[I feel] honestly pretty indifferent [to 2010’s ending] I’ve been through quite a few of them. I’m excited to stop paying for my car and child care because I’ll have both of my kids in school. We have a presidential election so that will be pretty interesting to see if things change. [I’m looking forward to] some new inventions, maybe a cure for cancer because I know they are very close to finding some. My dad had cancer this past year so I would like to see cures for different types of cancer.”

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