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.

English teacher Andy Doughty

“I think that it’s such a great time for reflection because Iwas in my undergrad and then started teaching the 2010’s because I graduated high school in 2009 then I graduated college in 2012 and started teaching in 2013 and I’ve been teaching since, so I think I’m looking forward to this next chapter- this next decade and to see what happens. If it’s anything like this one then im moving a mile a minute constantly, some things are changing quickly, so it’s good. Out of 2020, my expectation is that our country is angry and people are strongly divided and people have strong opinions on what should be and what shouldn’t be, but my hope is that we find a way to unify and come together and we learn how to be Americans who embrace people for all of our differences and diversity and that we reach some commonality in at least that and being more apt and willing to listen to other peoples’ opinions. Surely were going to see something where its way easier to fly, surely were going to be a way for all of us to all access flying in that realm.”

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