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Just a month left until Christmas and senior year is flying by!
It seems like just the other day was the last first day of high school and now we’re almost halfway through. With the holidays being here, it’s a great time to be thankful for all of the years and wonderful memories that Williamstown High School has given us. There is genuinely no better place to go to school.
Last Friday, we had the first pep rally of the year to support the kick off of the winter sports. After an hour of rapping and cheering about penguins, eating mystery foods, chugging pops, cheering as loud as we could and working as a team, the seniors came away with the Spirit Stick!
It’s moments like those, when we all work together to accomplish something, that I begin to realize how close we truly are. The most exciting memory of the year thus far was definitely when it was announced that we won and everyone ran onto the basketball court together.
Later that night, we had the annual Orange and Black Night where all of our winter sports got to showcase their skills. We got to recognize every athlete K – 12 which is something that most schools could never do.
We were also able to watch the basketball team, dance team and cheerleaders impress the crowds with the hard work they’ve already put into the year to this point. Community members also got to come out on the floor and show their ability in multiple shooting challenges for prizes, and let’s be honest; it was quite humorous to watch. The night was ended by the UK dance man dancing like crazy for everyone to enjoy. It was all in all a great night at Williamstown High School.
Beyond that not much is going on. AP Calculus just got the Mickey Mouse waffles that we’ve been waiting for since sophomore year.
Deana Cummins learned the hard way that we never forget anything but those were some delicious waffles. Pictures and quotes are due for the senior pages come Monday, just another reminder that this is all coming to an end.
With the holidays here, now is the best time for us all to realize how lucky we have been to go to Williamstown High School over the years. The best of senior year is yet to come, but until next time, happy holidays to everyone!
(Morgan Potter is a senior at Williamstown High School. She will be chronicling the experience of her last year of high school throughout the year.)