By Kayla Ratliff, senior
Stancik spent time with family over Thanksgiving break and ate
at his grandmother’s house. He is thankful for friends, family, and music.
Tristler celebrated by having dinner at her grandma’s; she also went
to travel soccer practice.
“I’m thankful for the people in my life that are positive, and the
negative ones too because without negative you couldn’t have positive.”
Johnson ate dinner with her immediate family
during break; she also planned to see friends.
Johnson is thankful for “the inclusive LGBT community.”
Foster’s plan was “to eat a lot of food, watch
a lot of Netflix and not do any homework.”
She also had thanksgiving at her house because
the rest of her family lives far away.
Foster is thankful for dogs. “I love dogs, all kinds of dogs.
I don’t care what they look like; I just love them.”
Kolbe spent Thanksgiving break with family with family,
watch football, and also did not shave his “mustache
for another twelve days”.
“Usually I celebrate with my extended family in Indianapolis,
but this year my family is changing it up, and we’re going to have
a Thanksgiving at home to freshen it up a little bit.”
“I’m thankful for a lot of things; there’s a lot of great things in my life.
I’m thankful for my family, and I’m thankful for all of the opportunities
that I’m given. I’m thankful for baseball, and I’m thankful for everything
I’m blessed with.”
Hetser spent Thanksgiving break with family and friends;
she celebrated at her grandmother’s house talking and
playing board games.
“I’m thankful for my friends and family.”