IMAGE / Ms. Arin Hutchings
Colton Joseph, Reporter
That’s how long I have been a Kearsley Hornet.
The fact that I am down to my last few days is bittersweet.
I made many friends during my time at KHS — it feels like everyone here is family, and it’s sad to go.
It feels like just yesterday I was starting middle school, with the impending doom of not being able to get my locker open.
Now I am near to beginning my new journey taking on the “real world.”
I hope everything goes as planned, and I wish the best of luck to all of my fellow classmates.
I couldn’t have picked a better group of people to graduate with. Thank you all.
And to Kearsley as a district, thank you for everything you have given me as a person.
I will forever be a Hornet.