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There were a lot of unsure faces as incoming freshmen attended their first day at Summit High today. Junior Harrison Johnson is part of the "Link Crew;” a group of upperclassmen who buddy up with freshmen to help them through their first year. He says he's expecting a very busy year: "I expect a lot of work. Junior is the hardest and I just have to make sure I stay focused and get it done." Math teacher Kathy Quick says with the change to a seven period day, she might be able to get more accomplished: "My goals are to stay positive and have fun with the kids. And I’m actually looking forward to the seven period day and being able to extend my lessons out over two days instead of just one." And the cheerleaders were on hand and always ready to keep the spirits high: “Go Storm!”

 

 

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