Students’ excitement for school year fuels goals

Sophomore Tessa Prather and junior Paul Marku share their thoughts and goals for the school year

Sophia Considine, Editor

Tessa Prather ’23

 

Paul Marku ’22

Q: How do you feel about starting this school year?

A: “I’m really excited to go back to school. I wish it was in person though because it’s easier to learn that way but I’m excited.” 

Tessa Prather ‘23

A: “I’m excited but a little bit nervous with the new technology and everything.”

Paul Marku ‘22

 

Q: What are you most looking forward to this year?

A: “Meeting new people. When we go back to school, it will be easier with all the classes because everyone will be new to each other and it’s starting later on in the year so I’m pretty excited for that.”

Tessa Prather ‘23

A: “Passing the classes. I’m going to study a lot of stuff, focus on classes and try to do as much work as I can.”

Paul Marku ‘22

 

Q: What are you most nervous or concerned about for this year?

A: “Not understanding things and not having that connection to the teachers like in person.”

Tessa Prather ‘23

A: “Getting my homework in on time and learning the homework and how to do it while online.”

Paul Marku ‘22

 

Q: What is a goal you have for this year?

A: “To be in the honors roll again by studying, taking my time to learn things and going my own pace with learning things.” 

Tessa Prather ‘23

A: “My goal is to have all A’s and tell myself that I did good. [I’d like to] pass the year with good grades.”

Paul Marku ‘22