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Day One of Many

Tierra Snyder, Reporter

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The first day of school was on August 22. Many sophomores had interesting experiences attending high school for the first time because of the size of the school and how many students are in the halls.

“It’s bigger than I thought it would be. And I haven’t had to deal with as many stupid people as I have done before,” Sophomore Samuel Hiebert said.

There are many different classes that students can take between elective and core classes.

“Child development is my favorite class because we get to do a preschool,” Sophomore Kaylie Grover commented.

Some noticed a big change in the students.

“The people at the Jr. High are a lot more judgie,” Sophomore Alyssa Haderlie said. “They are more worried about clothes and how they look than they are here at the high school.”

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