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Seniors Looking Forward to Final Year

Hayden August, Editor-in-Chief

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To start the year, we at HHS press went around and interviewed seniors about what they were most looking forward to this year. These were their responses.

Excitement for classes and teachers came up a lot, as did the knowledge that this would be a difficult year. It seems the senior class has got their pencils sharpened and is prepared for the upcoming academic year. However they also are excited about privileges and freedoms, so senioritis might be creeping up sooner than we think.

Spirit week came up a few times, so expect a massive senior presence at this year’s pep rally, as did the declaration that seniors would win the powderpuff football game. We’ll just have to wait and see how the seniors will do.

All in all, this is shaping up to be an exciting year for the class of 2019.

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