In just one summer you will all be seniors! Your final year of high school, your last months at Leavitt. My biggest advice would be not to take anything for granted. While getting up for school daily and doing the same thing you’ve done since freshmen year can be a drag, you will soon realize that the rest of your time in high school will fly by. Believe me, at the end of the year you may even find yourself sad to be leaving this place. When you get used to a steady routine of high school the idea of leaving Leavitt might be intimidating and even a little scary.
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Towards the end of middle school, high school was the big threat to people. “Your not going to be able to make up work in high school.” Middle school was more of a scare for individuals in order to organize people’s work ethic. Continue reading
A lot of students at Leavitt like to do sports, but sometimes Fall sports start before the school year starts, so kids wind up missing try-outs and don’t get to do the sport. This is important because we at Leavitt like to keep our kids healthy and fit, and we like to give them the opportunity to feel good about something they love doing. Sports are a fun way to get involved, and here’s how you can get in on the action next Fall.
As I reflect back upon a memorable senior year, lots of different things stick out to me. Construction in the fall on Route 117, making me late for school every day. A short winter followed by an early spring. School was the same. I got to take many interesting elective courses, but I feel like something has been missing all year.
Often overlooked at Leavitt Area High School, custodians are the glue of the school by using their magic to maintain this institute. Whether it be washing the floors, cleaning the bathrooms, or even spending an abnormal amount of money to wash the gym floors in the summer, these janitors are the nucleus of this school and aren’t credited for as much work they provide for this school.
All of you die hard sports fans, talking about sports in the middle of class usually gets you a “save it for later” or “this isn’t football practice boys.” Sports Writing is a class designed to teach students how to write about sports. Mr. Oullette, former Journalist and current English teacher has created a class where the discussion of last night’s baseball game is welcomed and even encouraged.