By Holly Kafka
Finally it is here! Many students have been waiting for the last day of school sincewellsince last September! The last week of school is filled with anticipation for summer, envying the graduates, big plans to hit the lake next week, andoh yeah!finals!
Alright, so maybe students are not quite as preoccupied with the end-of-the-year tests as some of the other activities I listed above, since it determines such a large part of our grade, we should be! (Just a reminder do stay on task for just a few more days!)
With everything that has come and gone, changed, made us happy, and filled us with anger or disappointment over the past school year, I have always managed to have enough ideas and input from Havre High classmates to write a weekly column. Though our opinions, poll, and the events that have taken place in our lives the past several months, we have undoubtedly shed some light on the mysterious lives of teens for many Havre and hi-line residents. I have had many individuals in the community comment on the column, saying that often times, the weekly topic answered questions from a teens point of view that they had been wondering about themselves. Sometimes they were topics of heartache, sometimes of excitement, and sometimes of protest, but they always managed to catch someones attention. That means that my entire purpose for writing this column paid off in the end!
With everything else aside, I just want to thank everyone who participated in the surveys and polls conducted for the article, and for everyone who wrote or called with ideas or encouragement. You all helped so much! I will definitely miss writing, butsummer calls!
Congratulations and good luck to this years 1999 graduates, and have a safe and fun summer vacation, Havre!