The Silver Lining... a Middle Schooler's Perspective
But sitting here, writing this paragraph at a desk at the high school, it utterly knocks my socks off how smooth the transition has been for everyone. I never thought I’d say this, but class at the high school actually feels—normal now. How we managed to get to this point, I’m still wondering. All I can say is, I am so thankful for the Magoffin County High School students and teachers who unselfishly gave up classrooms and lockers just so we could have a place to learn. On behalf of all the middle school, I would just like to say THANK YOU and we are indebted to you for your sympathy and kindness. Thanks to you, in the aftermath of this disaster, we can receive a decent education. It will not shock me if the rest of the year goes by without a problem. We can do this, I know. We are HWMS...We are MCHS...We are Magoffin.
Article written by Kelsey Cole, HWMS STLP Outstanding Student for 2012
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