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How Students at MHS Feel about the New Trimester

Bridger Stoddard

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MHS transitioned into a new trimester on Monday, November 27, 2017 and students are adjusting to the changes that come with new classes and grades resetting.

“Ag Mechanics is my favorite,” Junior Briar Lieshman said, “It’s hands on and there are things to do instead of sitting in class.”

Some Seniors at MHS have most of their credit so they do not need to take 5 classes in their trimester.

“I have College Algebra but with only two real classes it’s pretty manageable,” Senior Maddie Eborn said

Students expressed their feelings about the beginning of the second trimester.

“Its super fun. I have classes with all my friends. I love AP bio it’s always a party,” Sophomore Janessa Lemon said.

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