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Impact Teacher Essay- Mr. Krug

Kameron Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer
June 5, 2017
Filed under Impact Teachers, Student Life

About seven years ago I decided that I wanted to become a member of band. Following in my mother’s and brother’s footsteps, I joined marching band about three years later. I never realized how much of an impact that joining band would have on my life. More importantly, I never realized how great of a...

Impact Teacher Essay- Mr. Engle

Impact Teacher Essay- Mr. Engle

Savanna Thompson, Senior Writer
May 29, 2017
Filed under Student Life

I never really “clicked” with any of my teachers- none of them were my coach or my field of interest. English definitely wasn’t my thing; I used to skim read, pretend to understand my grammar mistakes, and wait until the night before to cram study my vocabulary until I found a certain teacher who w...

My Impact Teacher- Ms. Roller

My Impact Teacher- Ms. Roller

Jessica Pinkston, Senior Writer
May 25, 2017
Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

-Going through our educational journeys, we come across teachers that not only touch our minds, but they touch our hearts. Ms. Roller has been my favorite teacher ever since I received a yellow page in the mail that compared her classroom to a pirate ship and said we would go through the journey of second...

Galveston Color Run

Galveston Color Run

McKayla Ramsey, Junior Writer
May 23, 2017
Filed under Student Life

The third annual Galveston Color Run was held last Saturday at Galveston Elementary. Many different athletes helped out with the event and I was involved in helping with the cross country team. Everyone there had a fun time, whether volunteering or running. Kara Riley said, “The color run inspires ...

The Closing of a Chapter

The Closing of a Chapter

Jael Forker, Senior Writer
May 22, 2017
Filed under Student Life

The same old story told a million times. The closing of one door and opening of another. This is the story I’m currently going through. I never thought I’d actually make it. Finally finishing high school and receiving my diploma to freedom. I’ve seen may hand out their open house cards, walk a...

Head Start Health Fair

Head Start Health Fair

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Junior Writer
May 22, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Head Start, commonly known as Darrough Chapel, is an early learning center for preschool aged children. Each year Head Start is given grants to fund the program which teaches young aged children to read and write. Head Start is similar to a preschool, however it’s apart of the Kokomo School Corporati...

The Best Time of the Year

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer
May 17, 2017
Filed under Student Life

     The best time of the year is summer, a time to have fun and relax. Also, many families travel to different states or countries to go on their “summer vacations.” Since the first day of school of this school year, I have been looking forward to the last day of school.      This summe...

Time To Say Goodbye

Time To Say Goodbye

Elisa Novoa, Senior Writer
May 16, 2017
Filed under Student Life

I can’t really realize it just yet, but my time here in the U.S. is almost over. I only have one week of school left, graduation and that was it. What does that mean? It means that I’m happy, excited, super sad, and panicking at the same time. My organization says these emotions are normal, but that ...

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Kylie Quaglio, Senior writer
May 16, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Dear bestfriend, First let me start off by saying thank you. Thank you for being the very best friend that a friend could ask for. Thank you for being there for not only my ups but my downs. Thank you for letting me vent and sometimes sit in silence. Thank you for not only being a friend but a great...

Here Comes Goodbye

Here Comes Goodbye

Kylie Quaglio, Senior writer
May 15, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Here comes goodbye, the grand finale, the last hoorah. We’ve spent the last four years growing with one another and the time has come to grow apart. We will head our separate ways and eventually our memories will fade. We will meet new friends and forget old ones. We will learn how to pay a bill, buy...

First, Last, and Best Prom of My Life

First, Last, and Best Prom of My Life

Elisa Novoa, Senior Writer
May 12, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Prom is such a big deal here in the U.S. When I still was in Germany, I always saw in movies and series how important prom night was. Even though I knew my prom would not be like in a movie, I was still really excited about it. In Germany we don’t really have a prom. If you are in twelfth/thirtee...

Senior Reality Day

Kirstyn Kiger, Junior Writer
May 9, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Towards the end of the school year, the senior students are given the chance to participate in Senior Reality Day. During the program that is offered at Galveston First Baptist Church, students are required to sit in on nine presentations, which include various information about finances and college. Som...

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