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Freshmen Want More Time

Three freshmen stand in front of the MQP building . Sara Schockemoehl (9), Lily Stucky (9), and Grace Rhoden (9) are looking forward to their next years at Kelley.

Three freshmen stand in front of the MQP building . Sara Schockemoehl (9), Lily Stucky (9), and Grace Rhoden (9) are looking forward to their next years at Kelley. "I love everything about BK!", said Rhoden.

Three freshmen stand in front of the MQP building . Sara Schockemoehl (9), Lily Stucky (9), and Grace Rhoden (9) are looking forward to their next years at Kelley. "I love everything about BK!", said Rhoden.

Three freshmen stand in front of the MQP building . Sara Schockemoehl (9), Lily Stucky (9), and Grace Rhoden (9) are looking forward to their next years at Kelley. "I love everything about BK!", said Rhoden.

Treva Williams

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It’s about time…The freshmen share their thoughts about what changes they would make at school, and they’re all more or less about time. The graduating class of 2022 has entered an entirely new environment this year as they walk through the schools’ doors every morning. However, with a new school comes new friends, new policies and rules, and new opinions. Many if not all freshmen are happy here and love their new school, but there are always things that could be improved or even changed

Grace Rhoden (9)  is a big fan of her new four block schedule. “So far I am loving Bishop Kelley,” Rhoden said. “I really like only having four classes because it’s easy to stay organized and on track. If I had to change one thing, I would move the STC. It isn’t that bad of a walk, but sometimes on cold days the weather can really get to me.”

Jacob Visconti (9) wants more time for grub.

“If I had that kind of power I would add more time to lunch.” Visconti said. “It would be nice to have more time to talk, hang out, and eat with my pals.”

Ryan Nedvidek would like to sleep in.

“I would make school start later. It is important for students to get the right amount of sleep so they can do their best at school,” Nedvidek said.

In conclusion, many freshmen are happy and comfortable in their new school environment. The graduating class looks forward to spend the next four years at Kelley.

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