Students enrolled in Ms. Claflin’s Seniors Only class were asked a few questions as they get ready to graduate on Sunday. Here are a few of their responses:
What is an example of a positive difference the Gillett School District has made in your life?
Being a small school, it has given me many advantages. For one thing, teachers are always available for questions.
It has given a different view of schools and will lessen the transition from high school to college.
A positive difference that Gillett has made in my life is that it has prepared me for college by allowing me to take college credit courses. Also, I made a lot of good friends that have made a positive difference in my life.
This school district has taught me many things that will be useful in my life way after school.
It has made me become a better person. I think the class that helped me out the most was Mrs. Rousseau’s Speech class. It made me feel more comfortable to get up in front of class and give presentations.
Seniors Top Advice for Underclassmen
1. study hard
2. enjoy your time
3. get involved
4. play sports
5. the end comes fast. Make the most of your time here.
-Take as many college classes as you can
– Split up what years you take hard classes so you aren’t taking them all at once
– Don’t procrastinate on large assignments.
– Don’t get to stresses out about how much you have to do, it’s usually a lot less than it actually seems
– Prioritize what you need to get done, don’t spend hours working on one thing when you have five other assignments that also need to get done.
Be nice, Don’t slack off, Get work in on time, Don’t be a jerk, Be all you can be.
Get your homework done.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
1. Don’t care about what others think.
2. Study alot
3. Do your homework and I guarantee you will pass
4. Don’t let your friends peer pressure you
5. If something is really bothering you, you should talk to someone about it, because they can help you, and support you through it.