Looking Forward to 2020

EBHS students tell us their New Year’s resolutions.

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Sophomore Jackie Graber says, “My New Year’s resolution is to focus on bettering myself and helping other people better themselves too.”

Trinity McDonald and Sophie Brown

The New Year is approaching and so are our goals for the future. After some careful reflection of 2019, we oftentimes promise ourselves a hopefully healthier, happier, and more successful start to the new decade. Some popular resolutions are to do better in school, to not procrastinate, and to do some self-improvement among other things. Here at EBHS, students are gearing up for the New Year and getting ready to (attempt) to follow their resolutions.

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My New Year’s resolution is to get better at time management and actually do all my homework.”

— Adaeze Njoku, 12

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My New Year’s resolution is to have fun in school, do good in school and watch more Netflix.”

— Bella Pereira, 12

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My New Year’s resolution is to procrastinate less in the new year.”

— Pranav Nair, 12

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My New Year’s resolution is to focus on bettering myself and helping other people better themselves too.”

— Jacqueline Graber, 10

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My New Year’s resolution is to be kind and help other people and make the world a happier place, and spread love and happiness.”

— Mackenzie Maher, 10

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My New Year’s resolution is to not procrastinate anymore.”

— Lillian Love, 10

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My New Year’s resolution is to let Sophie Brown drive me places.”

— Sagnik Chowdhury, 12

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My New Year’s resolution is to antagonize Sagnik Chowdhury.”

— Eric Xu, 12