New schedules mean new emotions

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New schedules mean new emotions

Mrs. Card makes her annual spring visit to junior English classes to start scheduling for next year.

Mrs. Card makes her annual spring visit to junior English classes to start scheduling for next year.

Mrs. Card makes her annual spring visit to junior English classes to start scheduling for next year.

Mrs. Card makes her annual spring visit to junior English classes to start scheduling for next year.

Kalijah Smith, Journalism

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The 2018-2019 school year is coming to an end. It’s almost time to say congratulations to the 2018 graduates and welcome to the new seniors and juniors. As a sign of spring, Mrs. Card and Mrs. Callicott have been making the rounds to every English class to help students make schedules for next school year.

The counselors discuss new classes students might be interested in taking next year and what courses are required to have enough credits for graduation.

Summing up his schedule for next year, Christopher Daniels said, “Let’s just say that the classes I have next year — I intend to make them count towards my GPA and becoming a graduate.”

“Yes, I’m looking forward to my classes,” said Aniya Pickings when asked about her schedule. She added that she was  happy to finally have only one more year remaining,

Koesha Davis is as much worried as she is excited:  “I am somewhat nervous about my classes for next year. It’s nerve racking because it’s causing me to worry about whether or not I made the right decision on the classes I chose. My main concern is hoping that I can do extremely well in the classes I chose because I know how important my grades are, especially since college is the next step.”

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Kalijah Smith, Journalist

My name is Kalijah Smith. I am a journalist and a storywriter, I'm sixteen years of age and a junior at MHS.

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