Miranda Mahoney, Managing Editor
Classes, sports, clubs, friends, the list of high school memories goes on and on. After being at the same school for four years, students overcame trials, celebrated accomplishments, and made lifelong memories. Two Oswego High School seniors Isaiah Malagon-Spencer and Shae McCabe face a pivotal time in their lives and share their experiences throughout high school, where they are now, and what they plan for the future.
As COVID-19 guidelines have changed to exempt students from having to wear masks and socially distance, Oswego High School has found a new way to get some money. Since students can now be as close together as possible, OHS has decided to sell a third of the lunch tables in the cafeteria. On March 33, 2022, there were lunch tables missing and students panicking as the first day with fewer cafeteria tables commenced.
St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that gives people in countries that celebrate it a chance to appreciate Irish heritage and partake in Irish traditions. Bridget O’Toole, an Oswego High School senior, goes about celebrating in a unique way.
As candy and flower companies prepare for a rush of sales for Valentine’s Day, shoe brands begin to sell their holiday-themed shoes. Brands such as Nike, Converse, Adidas, and Vans have released different red and pink shoes in the past and continue to develop new designs and styles for this year.
She leaves school early to begin her work as an elementary school teacher aid at 1:30 p.m. through the Intercorrelated Cooperative Education (I.C.E.) program offered at OHS. She leaves that job at 4 pm., only to begin her next job as a dance instructor at 4:45. After she finishes her shift at 6 p.m., she takes dance classes from 7-9:30 p.m. She returns home at 10:15, does her homework, and then goes to bed at around 12:30 a.m. Every day.