The Signal’s New Year’s resolutions

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As a Newspaper staff, we decided to write about our New Year’s resolutions.

My name is Kelsie Anderson, I am a reporter for The Signal and my 2020 New Year resolution is to keep my grades up and make sure that as a reporter, I put out good content for The Signal by mainly writing about events that are happening throughout the CB District along with events around TJ and Council Bluffs.

I’m Katelyn Gwennap, I am a Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Signal, for my 2020 New Years’ resolution I have chosen to focus on my education and make sure that all of my Junior and College class grades stay up while juggling my job, and family. My grades are very important to my success in life, although I haven’t chosen a major for college, education is the key to opening doors to my future. Therefore, I am going to push myself to get good grades and finish my schooling.

I’m Emily Eikenberry, I am a Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Signal, for my 2020 New Years’ resolution is to not be as stressed as the past four years have been. Juggling school, work, and sports times can get stressful when I can’t get sleep because I’m up doing homework after I worked five hours or I just got done with sports. Therefore, I am going to try and not be so stressed with finishing my last year of high school sports and my last year of high school.

I’m Heather Giovannoni, I am the copy editor of The Signal , for my 2020 New Years’ resolution is to get of rid of toxic people in my life. Over the past few years I have become friends with people who have hurt me in ways that have tremendously changed my life. Some were for the better and have made me become a stronger person. I still have a lot of cleaning up to do good thing I got a whole year. Therefore, by the time I graduate high school, I will have new friends.