Big Cards, Little Nest
March 31, 2020
“In High School I’d imagine people will be smarter and more mature than they are now.” states Collin Adams, 8th grader at Pine Grove Middle School. Hunter McConnell, 8th grader, states,“I think it will be more fun because you have way more freedom.”
One student, Brennden Etzweiler, isn’t so excited about moving into the high school. “I feel like seniors are going to pick on us, ” Etzweiler says. Other students aren’t really sure what high school will be like. Dakota Krammes, 8th grader, says “It’ll be fun I guess, I don’t really know”, and he is not alone. “I guess it’ll be better than middle school but it’s hard to say” says 8th grader Heaven Dissinger.
Both students and staff alike cannot wait to welcome the new freshmen next year. However, there will be the first class of the 2020s decade graduating this year, making a mark in the PGAHS history books. For more than 80 years, tens of thousands of students have left this high school with a diploma, and now, we start a new generation of graduates. Who knows, maybe in 50 years, students at PGAHS will be interviewing these graduates for a news story. It seems that Pine Grove Area High School has a bright future, and will continue to provide students with the best education available.