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Freshmen Think Back on Year One

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Bradlee Tsosie

Every year, high schools get a new batch of freshmen.
Now the first day of school is stressful enough, but high school is a whole new ball game.
New campus, new teachers, and even new friends.
Let’s hear what the class of 2027 has to say about their first year of high school.
Freshman Hayes Hann said, “Freshman year has honestly been so much fun.
I was on varsity volleyball and have made so many new friends.”
Many people have agreed with Hayes when she talks about how well high school has treated her so far.
“There have been so many great opportunities as well as things to do — Like homecoming!’’ Hann said.
Homecoming is a week-long event that happens near the end of October. There is an assembly, parade, football game, and a dance at the end of the week.
Last year’s homecoming theme was haunted homecoming.
It is safe to say that Hayes has had a great first year at Sunnyslope.
Freshman Kaitlin Thomas has also had a great first year.
“At first I was really nervous about changing schools and not knowing who to hang out with, but I figured it out and it was so much fun,” said Thomas.
Kaitlins favorite thing about school are her teachers.
‘’The Sunnyslope staff are so kind and welcoming.”
They really helped me through my first year and I am so grateful for that,’” said Thomas.
Sunnyslope is one big community.
They do their best to create a happy and healthy learning environment for every grade.
Many of the upperclassmen are very helpful to the freshmen on the first day. Whether that’s helping them with lockers or walking them to class.
Senior Mia Skeens said “On the first day of school there were so many lost freshmen. I helped about 3.”
Sunnyslope takes pride in how good of a community they are.
Even most of the freshmen have agreed.
Looking back, the class of 2027 has had a great first year of their high school experience.

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