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Seniors Interviews Looked a Little Different This Spring
Seniors Interviews Looked a Little Different This Spring
By Inga Danko, Social Science Teacher
Thursday, May 07, 2020

Senior interviews looked a little different this spring - We used zoom and google hangouts to interview our seniors - but we took the opportunity to connect with our seniors just like we always do. The staff were impressed with their poise and plans for their future, as well as how they have taken this time to reflect on how they have grown since Freshman year and especially during this quarantine.


As a class, I can say they have rolled with all of the changes and upheaval tremendously and I am very much looking forward to hearing more about what they accomplish. They have grit and perseverance and a level of flexibility that will serve them well.


As we move forward, being able to interview through an on-line platform will become increasingly important and this adaptation of our tradition was a great way for us practice this new way.


Alyssa Baxter


Nathaniel Campbell


Paola Sandoval


Lily Karvelis


Kolton Mathieu is interested in welding.


Jaden DiGvonni When Jaden was asked what two items he would want if stranded on a deserted island, he responded, "a computer and a helicopter".


David Butterfield is proud of his medal he received in ROTC. He is very interested in motorcycle mechanics.


Morgan Crane is great at Graphic Designing and is staying positive through the quarantine.