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  • Senior class night is Wednesday, May 12 at 7:30.
  • The track and field state qualifying meet is on Thursday
  • There will 1.5 hr early out this Wednesday, May 12.
  • The boys soccer team will compete on May 13 and 14.
  • There is a home girls soccer game on Friday.
  • Order your yearbook!
Caroline Pellett

Caroline Pellett, Yearbook Editor in Chief

  Senior Caroline Pellet is a lead editor for the yearbook. Pellet chose to join Journalism because she “thought it looked like a lot of fun and a good way to get to know more students throughout the school”. Pellet says she loves journalism and enjoys creating the layouts. She also said she likes being able to take the pictures to put in the yearbook. Pellett is involved in many activities and extracurriculars. Outside of school and journalism, Pellett likes to spend her free time either outside, traveling, or playing sports. She is involved in volleyball, track, softball, wrestling manager, NHS, FFA, the MVP program, and of course Journalism. Pellett said her “favorite sport is softball because all the girls on the team make it super fun. I also just love the and and have a lot of fun playing it.”

Some advice Pellett would give underclassmen is to not be afraid to talk to someone about whatever they're struggling with. Pellet said “most upperclassmen will be happy to help them and listen. I feel like I could have definitely used this advice. You might seem intimidated at first, but I think they'll feel better in the long run. I know I like to keep things that I'm frustrated about to myself, but sometimes it helps to talk it through.” A fun fact about Pellett is that she is left handed, but plays sports with her right. She describes herself as hardworking and friendly. As of now, Pellet is undecided with what she wants to do in her future, but is thinking of going into architectural design or dietetics.

Story by Abigal Smith

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