Sunday, March 29, 2020

Jesse’s Thoughts On Senior Class

By: Peyton Gelinger/Junior Writer Ryan Glatzel/Junior Writer

“Thoughts On Senior Class” is a Q and A segment on the Raider Reader. It is all about commonly asked questions on this years senior class. Questions will be asked to many teachers and staff in Blue Ridge High School.

Mrs. Jesse

Role(s): Spanish 1,2,3

Have you had members of the senior class throughout all four years of their high school careers?:

“This has not occurred this school year.”

Do you think the senior class is ready to graduate and move to more schooling or career opportunities?:

“I feel that the majority of the students are ready. However, some may still need some maturing.”

Is it sad to watch them go?:

“It’s actually sad to some extent, but also happy. It’s good to see students embark on their new chapters of life.”

Is there some senior class members you’re going to miss more than others?: 

“I always miss the students that I’ve had.”

What are some of your favorite memories from or with this year’s senior class?:

“I have enjoyed going to NYC with some. It’s also great to watch them participate in sports and other school activities.”

Anything else you’d like to add about this year’s senior class, or advice for next year’s upcoming senior class?:

“Don’t check out of your senior year too quickly.’”

Peyton Gelinger
Peyton Gelinger is a junior in high school. She spends most of her time keeping herself busy with volleyball, competitive dance and cheerleading. Spending times with friends and family is an important factor in her life. After high school she hopes to attend IUP with an undecided major.


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