New year, new me


Chris Everhart, 9th grade, is in biology class, getting ready to learn.

Makenna Lenges, Copy editor and writer

Many students and teachers plan to make New Year’s resolutions. Some people follow through with their resolutions while others kind of just do them for a couple of days and then give up. One of the New Year’s resolutions that freshman Dillon Secor made was “to do better in school.” Many students would say they’d like to do better in school because toward the middle of the school year some students start to give up or start procrastinating school work and homework.

Another freshman student, Chris Everhart, said, “My New Year’s resolution is to do better in school and to make new friends.” Some people may not make New Year’s resolutions because they know that they may not follow through. Freshman BrieOnna Mayhew said, “My New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with family members and eat healthier.” BrieOnna said she knows that she will not be able to keep up with her resolutions all throughout 2019. As some students or teachers see resolutions as a helpful thing to get them started with a better life style, they must be followed through with in order to benefit.