What was your first musical memory
Lily Lampach, a senior in Academic Choice, was reminded of her experience watching the musical “Frozen”. “Elsa and Anna singing about how they like to ‘let it go,’” she said, was particularly captivating at the time.
How did you find your closest friends at BHS?
“We’ve been hanging out as family friends and then at school,” said Rubèn Murillo, a senior. Despite an incident where he destroyed his friend’s favorite toy, a fire truck, Murillo still sees him regularly to this day.
What was your relationship like with social media over the summer?
BHS junior Analisa Appleyard had a generally positive relationship with social media this summer, “I think was pretty good! It was cool seeing everybody’s trips and where they went, and it was really fun to see everybody doing fun things.” “I wasn’t really active over social media during the summer.
Word on the Street: Have You Ever had a Crush on a Friend?
Maya Hill, a senior, said, “I had a crush on my best friend.” She told her and ended up being rejected. In response to the rejection, however, Hill said, “I think that it helped me move on, because if I hadn’t told her I would’ve kept thinking about it without doing anything.” Adrienne Melodia has
Word On The Street: What are your predictions for this school year?
For junior Margaux Vuillequez, summer break brought a lot of positivity. “Personally, I feel very ready [for the school year]. Last year it really went downhill for me and I was behind on a lot of my classes … This summer really refreshed me … ” When asked about the students as a whole, Vuillequez
Word On The Street: Do You Experience Climate Anxiety?
Nathaniel Holmes, a junior in Academic Choice, said that climate change is not a source of anxiety in his everyday life. “I mean, it’s sort of just something you see on like the news and stuff every once in a while,” Holmes said.
Word on the Street: 2021 Hopes and Resolutions
For Nina Thompson, a freshman in Universal Ninth Grade, “This new year doesn’t feel as big.” Because of the pandemic, gatherings and celebrations are prohibited, so Thompson noted, “Everything is just kinda fading into one big year, so I haven’t really paid much attention to resolutions….
Word on the Street: Would You Return to School?
If the school board determines that school is safe to attend, would you go? June McNally, a freshman in Universal 9th Grade Hive 6, said, “I know nothing about science, but I would trust the people who know the most.