3 years ago admin 0
I have spent 13 years in the Shawnee Heights district. I walked these white linoleum hallways more times than I could count, and I have dealt with ridiculous amounts of homework for years. While senioritis and the excitement of college got the best of me this year, I know I will miss Shawnee Heights and the memories I made here in the future.
I want to thank my parents for everything they have done for me over those 13 years. Whether it was picking me up from sports practices every day freshman year or pushing me to be the best student I could be, they are two of the best parents anyone could ask for.
Where would I be without my friends? They mean the world to me. They helped me study, spent time with me outside school, and laughed at my not-funny jokes. We’re all going our separate ways next school year, but I know we’ll stay in touch. Good luck to everyone in college!
One of the most important things I learned from my time at Shawnee Heights is that we ought to have a positive outlook on our lives. Hindsight really is 20/20, and I wouldn’t trade my time here at Shawnee Heights for anything.