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Saint John Vianney Cheer Team Enters New Division
Saint John Vianney Cheer Team Enters New Division
Ava FalconeMarch 1, 2024

The SJV Cheerleaders have been hard at work since summer preparing for a tough competition season. In the 2024 season, the team joined a new division. They would be competing...

Senior Year is a Time to Create Lasting Memories

Senior Year is a Time to Create Lasting Memories

Senior year is one of the most memorable years of our lives. So much to look forward towhether it be the last highschool football game ever, senior prom, or big graduation day.Everyone has different opinions on what’s fun in senior year and what’s not. When interviewingthe senior class there were a variety of answers on what is most exciting to them.My first interview was with student Isabelle Cattelona. She said what was most excitingto her was graduation. “Seeing my friends I have known since freshman year walk on and offthe stage is going to be a tear-jerker,” she said. Graduation is the last thing tying you tohighschool and all of your classmates before going off to college. When you spend about fouryears seeing the same faces everyday, it can be hard to let go. Isabelle is not excited to let gobut she is excited to flip the page and enjoy her “last summer as a kid”.Another senior interviewed was Kylie Ferris. Her response to what she is most excitedfor in her senior year was prom. Prom is a time where all students can enjoy themselves, havegood food, and dance. Kylie said, “I am excited to dance and enjoy myself with friends.” Whenstudents think of prom they think of wearing fancy gowns, having dates, and after prom but Kyliesaid her favorite part of prom last year was spending time with her best friends.The final student that was interviewed was Gules Cardin and she said what she is mostexcited for is football games. Every Friday SJV’s football team competes against other schoolsin football. For students, they are given a theme to dress up in to show support for the school.When asked specifically what she is excited for she said, “Cheering on SJV and dressing upwith my friends gives me spirit and joy!” Students showing spirit no matter a win or a loss tendsto show a lot of how much a school can be more than a place to learn, but can be a family.