Warriors lost on the way to lost and found


Head over to the lost and found and make sure you haven't left anything behind.

Tristan Fondren and Andrew Terry

The lost and found bin is the home to all lost items. You can find said bin in student services. Mrs. Nolan said, “We see at least 70 people daily. Some of the weird things we have seen are bras, four retainers, multiple pairs of air pods, a golf club, a flip phone, a purse, a calculator, the key to house, a charger, glasses, a watch, someone’s credit card, and water bottles.”

Dillon Doyle, 9th grade, said, “I have lost many things, including my basketball shorts, my air pods, my charger, my shoes, and my house key. I lose a lot of things if you couldn’t tell.”

One 9th grader said, “I’m pretty organized, so I don’t lose a lot of things, but this year I have lost my shoes. I got those back then lost them again.”

Believe it or not, some people don’t even know where the lost and found bin is.

Another freshman said, “I haven’t lost anything this year, so I honestly couldn’t tell you where the lost and found bin is.”

Devin Alberts, 9th grade, said, “I always keep track of all my things, so I haven’t lost anything, and so I never had to visit the lost and found bin.”

Johnathan Pinto, 9th grade, said, “I assumed that we had a lost and found, but I don’t know where it is because they never mention it on the morning announcements and I don’t hear anybody talking about it.” If you recently have lost a hoodie, shoes, water bottles, or really anything, you might be able to find them in the lost and found bin.