Students send a “Thank you”

Tis the season to be grateful.

Tatum Louthan

Tis the season to be grateful.

Tatum Louthan, Staff Writer

As the holiday season approaches, showing people you are thankful for them is important and can make their day. For instance, these are Bruins displaying who they are grateful for this holiday season!


“Mr. Schimdt for coming to water polo games.”


“Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Navarro, my best friend, and my old math teacher Mr. Peters, and family, of course. They all make me feel better and more confident in myself <3.”


“I’m thankful for Lynette Fay because she makes an effort to greet students every single morning, and it means a lot to hear that, first thing in the morning while walking into school.”


“My friend Reagan because she has really helped me feel comfortable at this new school.”


“Thank you, Stacy, for always being there for me when I go through hard times. You’ve been a good friend. We have come a long way since 2013 when we met.”


“TJ, Mr. Johnson, because he is a great role model and coach.”


“My best friends Sara & Ella- they’re the people (along with my family) that I know for certain are going to be there for me the rest of my life. Andrew Schroeder- he pours so much of himself into everything he does, and he’s so passionate. You’re a lucky person if you know him.”


“Mr. Holzback because he’s the goat. He takes care of his student’s learning and helps them. “


“I’m thankful for best crippled, broken-legged, friend/boyfriend ever, Ethan Jones.”


“The XC Freshmen guys because they’re my best friends.”


“My friend Valancy, even though she gave me a concussion in the middle of the hallway at school. She’s cool though.”


“Ms. Adina, <3 best teacher 100% really nice and great.”