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What Students Like Most About SCMHS
What Students Like Most About SCMHS
Shane Purdy
Thursday, October 15, 2020

What Students Like Best About SCMHS:

Savannah Alderman 10th- “I love the cell phone policy and school spirit.”

Addie Holt 11th- “The one thing I like about school is friends.”

Zaravion 10th- “I love being able to go to chorus at the end of the day. I sing often and listen to my peers as well.”

Katelyn Greenstein 12th- “I like that we have the privilege of being able to use our phones.”

Maggie Grace Myrick 10th- “I like our agriculture class.”

Elizabeth DuBose 12th- “The thing I like best about Seminole County is that the people who go to this school are always there for each other, and we always give support when it's needed. They also are always so friendly and try and help whenever they can.”

T’Erica Williams 12th- “The best part about school is that we are allowed to have our cell phones. Also, we have more club activities. The club activities help students become more interactive with peers, boost self-esteem, and become leaders.“

Ethan Whatley 10th- “We get to use our phones.”

Lilly Castro 10th- “I like the people.”

Mallory Smith 12th- “I like the school spirit and having fun opportunities.”

Macy Batchelor 12th- “I love the friendships I have made and the school spirit.”

Brinlee Easom 12th- “I like our new senior lunch room because it’s a lot calmer & quieter.  I also like how we can use our phones now.”

Desiree 11th- “I like Ag.”

Makenna 8th- “I like Ag.”

Madison 11th- “I like lunch.”

Moses James 12th- “I like the way we come together to support our football team.”

Leahbeth Boyett 12th- “What I like best about this school is being able to use our phones, more clubs, and spending time with my friends.”