Dobie students share goals for next year

Gracey Seamster, Staff reporter

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Everyone want to be the best when going back to school, from clothes, hair, “personality”, grades and goals’ here are some  Dobie Jr. High students say their goals are for next year:

Are Brianna Brooks is in the 8th grade. Her goals for next year are: Stay on A Honor Roll, join school clubs/groups like sewing and prom committee. Her last goal is to get the full high school experience even if it comes with tears. ”The most important goal for me is to stay on A Honor Roll because I want to get into a good school and it is hard to do that if you don’t have good grades so if I stay on A honor roll I will have lots of opportunities that so I can go to any college I want and start the career I want” she said.

Kacie Aldrich is in the 7th grade and her goals for next year are: get better at math, get/stay on A Honor roll and make myself a priority because I am literally a mess. “The most important goal is that I get better at math because my math grades are not really good right now and I want to be the best student I be,” she said.

Norah Shannon is in the 8th grade. Her goals for next year are: get really good grades, get fit and be the best person I can be. “The most import goal” or me is to get good grades because I am not really good at school and want learn how to be good at learning and. And my parents would help let me have more freedom when I start staying on my school work,” she said.

Caleb Mouser is in the 7th grade. His goals for next year are: try to listen more, try to get more things done and hang out with my friends more. “ The most important goal is to hang out with my friends more because I have a lot of sibling and it would be good for me to get out the house more it would help me be a better student and enjoy my life more,” he said.

Bella Oakes is in the 8th grade. Her goals for next year are: to get better at math, improve her art skills and join HOSA  Medica l Club. “The most important goal for me is to get better at math because my grade is really bad and I know I can do better,” she said.

  

 

  

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