The Final Curtain Call

The Final Curtain Call

Gabriel Peterson, Photographer

If I’m being honest, I have no idea how to start this. I guess the first thing to say is that I’m glad that I was able to be surrounded by so many great people during my time in media. The people that I have grown close to in high school are some that I’ll remember forever. As much as I would like to say high school was normal, that would be a total lie. Considering I had spent half of my high school experience at home, it was all but normal. But that doesn’t stop me from coming back and enjoying my final year of high school. If I’m being completely honest, high school has blown by so fast, it almost felt like a fever dream. Now I see why our parents tell us that childhood goes by so fast. I’m hoping that all future media kids will live out their high school years to the fullest. I’m so glad to have had the opportunity to have Mrs. Kidder as my teacher.

I’m so thankful that she was able to deal with me even though my first year in media was my slacker year. Also I’m glad she managed to keep her sanity while dealing with all of our usual media antics. I know that she hears it a lot but Mrs. Kidder is like a mother figure to us media kids while we are here at school. I’ve never had another teacher who actually cares as much for their students as much as Mrs. Kidder does. 

As the year comes to an end, and graduation day gets closer, I want to leave this with you. Always be true to yourself and who you are, and don’t let others tear you down for their own amusement. 

Peace out Jags.