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What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

Students spill their changes for the New Year.

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“Stay optimistic while totally stressed out” -Ally Hansen (12). Ally is one of many seniors under the collective pressure of college applications, multiple AP classes, sports, and a social life. However, she is determined to stay optimistic despite the overwhelming nature of senior year.

“Stay optimistic while totally stressed out” -Ally Hansen (12).
Ally is one of many seniors under the collective pressure of college applications, multiple AP classes, sports, and a social life. However, she is determined to stay optimistic despite the overwhelming nature of senior year.

“Keep a positive attitude” -Jonathan Neptune (11). Junior year is full of ups and downs, and as a varsity soccer player, Junior Class President, Science Olympiad, and dedicated student; Neptune sure has a lot of them. Despite the inevitable stress and bad days that come with a very busy schedule, Neptune aims to maintain a positive attitude this New Year.

“Keep a positive attitude” -Jonathan Neptune (11).
Junior year is full of ups and downs, and as a varsity soccer player, Junior Class President, Science Olympiad, and dedicated student; Neptune sure has a lot of them. Despite the inevitable stress and bad days that come with a very busy schedule, Neptune aims to maintain a positive attitude this New Year.

“Be more organized” -Mason Cresap (12). This senior is a familiar face around Palmer Ridge. As Student Body President, varsity soccer goalie, and aspiring pilot; Mason has a lot on his plate. This New Year, his goal is to get organized to reduce some of the stress from his many extra curricular activities.

“Be more organized” -Mason Cresap (12).
This senior is a familiar face around Palmer Ridge. As Student Body President, varsity soccer goalie, and aspiring pilot; Mason has a lot on his plate. This New Year, his goal is to get organized to reduce some of the stress from his many extra curricular activities.

“To get into college- specifically Pacific Lutheran” -Holly Knutsen (12). Holly’s hope is to be admitted at Pacific Lutheran University in Washington State. She’s been preparing for college by making herself a very involved student throughout high school. Between being a yearbook editor, student council chair, and taking many challenging AP classes; Holly has a full plate and presents a very impressive resume.

“To get into college- specifically Pacific Lutheran” -Holly Knutsen (12).
Holly’s hope is to be admitted at Pacific Lutheran University in Washington State. She’s been preparing for college by making herself a very involved student throughout high school. Between being a yearbook editor, student council chair, and taking many challenging AP classes; Holly has a full plate and presents a very impressive resume.

“Eat healthier” -Bradley Strong (10). It is a well-known fact that having a balanced diet is one of the most important factors to having a healthy lifestyle. Bradley tries to follow these words of wisdom, but doesn’t always follow through. This New Year, He is determined to improve his snacking habits by eating healthier overall.

“Eat healthier” -Bradley Strong (10).
It is a well-known fact that having a balanced diet is one of the most important factors to having a healthy lifestyle. Bradley tries to follow these words of wisdom, but doesn’t always follow through. This New Year, He is determined to improve his snacking habits by eating healthier overall.

 

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What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?