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Mauriana Gilbert.

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Chesney Wilbanks

Mauriana Gilbert.

Chesney Wilbanks

Chesney Wilbanks

Mauriana Gilbert.

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We recently made the hard decision of choosing the classes we want to take next year. This week, student’s received a yellow paper that listed all of the classes they will be permitted to take next year. Students may have either gotten all of the classes they signed up for, and some may have the alternative classes they chose.

 

It can often be stressful not only choosing your schedules, but having the classes you want to take and making sure you are going to be doing all of the classes that are required to graduate. I discussed with a student, who wanted to stay anonymous, about this year’s scheduling.  

 

“No, I know exactly what classes I want and what I need, but I could see how it could be stressful for someone who is unsure of what they want to do with their life.”

 

While choosing your courses for next year as well as changing your schedule, it is recommended that you seek guidance from teachers and administrators about the classes you choose. Making changes to your schedule are highly encouraged to be made on the yellow sheet you receive, but further changes can be made when official schedules are released at the beginning of the school year.

 

Student’s stress with getting their next year’s classes is finding mistakes in their schedule or changing their mind about a pathway or class they put down. Their schedules can easily be fixed by crossing out the class you don’t want a replacing it with class you want instead. This doesn’t just go for elective classes, if you change your mind about doing an honor or AP class you can change those as well to fit what you believe will benefit your learning best. If you have any questions about classes you want to change, you can talk to your advisement teacher or a counselor. Anonymous expressed their views on how they choose classes for the upcoming year.

 

“I like to choose classes based off my interest, such as graphic design and business.”

 

Having received these classes, students are suggested to make any changes now rather than later. This gives you time as well to make sure you choose classes that are going to benefit your learning best and is something you take an interest in. If you have any further questions regarding getting a paper with your schedule on it, or changing a class you can contact your teachers and or administrators.

 

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Chesney Wilbanks, Staff Writer

Hi, I'm Chesney Wilbanks with the East Hall Newspaper. This is my first year at the newspaper as well as my first year at East Hall High School. You may have seen me at the football games in the Marching Band. I am in the Colorguard and am a first year marcher. This will also be my 3rd year in Tome Society. Outside of school I enjoy going to the mall with my friends. I also enjoy going to the Free Chapel Youth Group. This year I would like to write about things currently happening here. Whether that's sports, upcoming events, or writing about my opinion, I want to write things that people are going to want to read more of.

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