Freshman of the Week: Beth Pearson

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Freshman of the Week: Beth Pearson

Freshman of the Week Beth Pearson is excited about the new freedom of High School and likes all of her new teachers.

Freshman of the Week Beth Pearson is excited about the new freedom of High School and likes all of her new teachers.

Mario Grugan

Freshman of the Week Beth Pearson is excited about the new freedom of High School and likes all of her new teachers.

Mario Grugan

Mario Grugan

Freshman of the Week Beth Pearson is excited about the new freedom of High School and likes all of her new teachers.

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Eagle Eye: What is the biggest transition from middle school to high school in your opinion?

Beth Pearson: “Getting called a “VSCO girl” by upperclassmen for dressing cute and being a freshman.”

EE: Do you have any sports or extracurricular activities you are excited to continue into high school?

BP: “Softball, NHS”

EE: What is something you will miss about middle school?

BP: “The teachers and the work load.”

EE: What is something you didn’t expect about high school?

BP: “Teachers being so laid back.”

EE: What is your favorite thing about being in high school so far?

BP: “The freedom and the short classes.”

EE: Which class is the most difficult? Why?

BP: “Honors History because there is a lot to understand in a short amount of time.”

EE: What is your favorite thing to do?

BP: “Go to football games and hang with friends.”

EE: What/who is your favorite song/artist right now?

BP: “Shawn Mendes”

EE: Who is your favorite teacher, why?

BP:” Mr. Wilson because he is funny and laid back.”

EE: What advice would you give to next year’s freshman?

BP: “Don’t be a jerk to classmates and teachers because it’s not funny and no one will think you’re cool.”

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