Spring has sprung and students aren’t too spry

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Spring has sprung and students aren’t too spry

To raise awareness, Ms. Wilma and her family have sold and worn shirts with the words, “Zip up for Isaac.” All funds from the t shirts go to the family in trying to pay for the medical bills for his care.

To raise awareness, Ms. Wilma and her family have sold and worn shirts with the words, “Zip up for Isaac.” All funds from the t shirts go to the family in trying to pay for the medical bills for his care.

Jenna Van De Mar

To raise awareness, Ms. Wilma and her family have sold and worn shirts with the words, “Zip up for Isaac.” All funds from the t shirts go to the family in trying to pay for the medical bills for his care.

Jenna Van De Mar

Jenna Van De Mar

To raise awareness, Ms. Wilma and her family have sold and worn shirts with the words, “Zip up for Isaac.” All funds from the t shirts go to the family in trying to pay for the medical bills for his care.

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Starbucks iced coffee, extra long showers, freshly cut grass, people in pretty pastels, and constant sneezing and sniffles (=) equals  all of the signs that Spring has sprung!

Ansley O’ Conner, 10th grade, said that she wasn’t “really enthusiastic” about returning to school. Over break, she said that she “went to the beach, went surfing and filmed (her friends for a little bit). With regards to the weather, Ansley said that “it was hard to do anything.” Unlike the spring break that most people wished for, sunny days, cloudless skies, a cool breeze, most of the break came accompanied with dark skies, heavy rain clouds, cold weather and a surplus of rain.

Ms. Wilma of the coffee cart had a different spring break from Ansley however. “I had a great spring break! I didn’t care about the weather.” Over the break, Ms. Wilma welcomed a grandson, Isaac. Isaac is the second grandson that Ms. Wilma has welcomed into the world. Last month, Ms. Wilma had another grandson born, Cole. Isaac is very precious; he was born with half a heart. Ms. Wilma with her family have campaigned to spread the news, not just about Isaac, but for all babies and families that may be in the same position and to spread the word. To raise awareness, Ms. Wilma and her family have sold and worn shirts with the words, “Zip up for Isaac.” All funds from the t shirts go to the family in trying to pay for the medical bills for his care. Also, the family has started a website to raise awareness. Ms. Wilma has a total of 5 grandchildren, 4 grandsons and 1 granddaughter.