Question of the Week | Spring break, book recommendations and vaccinations

What are you planning to do during spring break?

“Taxes and travel”

Science Teacher Lisa Hull

“Going prom dress shopping, crying because my boyfriend’s spring break is the week after ours, and probably getting my nails done or something.”

Junior Sarah Vanstory

“I plan on hanging out with friends and family”

Freshman Alexus Ford

“Single handedly consume the void.”

Junior Jacob Daley

“I’m planning on going outside with the dogs and working with my dad at his job. I will probably go to the park and play ball with my cousin and his friends.”

Freshman Blake Murphy

What is one book you would recommend to your classmates?

“The Harry Potter series because if you haven’t read those books yet that’s just sad.”

Junior Kara Hafenstine

“A Danger to Herself and Others” It follows the narrative of a girl in a mental hospital who doesn’t believe she belongs there. This book gives a good representation of what a mental hospital can be like for some, and there’s a major plot twist that I didn’t see coming.”

Senior Jayna Keller

“The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. It’s my favorite series, even though it’s been 13 years and he still hasn’t finished it.”

Freshman Heather Baker

“Seventeenth Summer for the girls cause it’s dope”

Junior Madison Schurle

“Fight Club because it is a cult classic”

Junior Justin Carlson

Do you plan on getting the COVID-19 vaccine when it is available to you? 

“Probably because my sister and mom are front line workers so I’ll do it for them.”

Junior Eli McDaniel

“No, I don’t plan on getting the vaccine, because there’s more important people that should get it and need it. Like the elderly, and all the people in the medical field.”

Freshman Baylie Tharman

“I need to do more research on it before I feel comfortable getting the vaccine.”

Junior Kaelyn Conrad

“Yes, because I’m not stupid and I’d like to keep my job”

Junior Richard Wagner

“I don’t think so, not unless I catch something serious yet. I haven’t been sick for a long time and I may have some immunity already.”

Freshman Robert Potter

“When it’s widely available, but I’m not in any rush to get it”
Junior Elijah Wade

“I’m planning on getting it when it comes out. I already get my Flu shot so it can’t be that bad. I think a lot of people are being selfish about wanting to opt out of it. We need to move forward with our lives and this is the closest thing we have to bringing us back to normal.”

Junior Sarah Vanstory

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