2019 Heritage Resolutions

2019 is upon us, and with a new year comes new resolutions at Heritage High School.

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2019 Heritage Resolutions

Zack, Writer

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New date; clean slate! January’s coming to a close, and that means 2018 is about to be officially off everyone’s minds. Last year, Heritage students and teachers alike made all sorts of resolutions, from striving to get involved in extracurricular activities to making people laugh. With 2018 behind us, let’s catch up on one of last year’s resolutions and explore some all-new ones for the fresh year of 2019.

English teacher Kay Toole’s 2018 resolutions were to help her students improve their ACT scores and to exercise more often. “I lost 25 pounds [in 2018],” she said, “and I would like to lose 25 more.” To achieve her goal, Toole plans to “get back into a routine” in 2019.

Tyler Johnson is a junior with an ambitious resolution for the year. “I want to get out of Arkansas,” he said, “and pursue new opportunities.” In order to make this happen, Johnson will be saving money at every chance he gets.

Another junior, Tanner Williams, plans to put his workout ethic above everything else this year. “The number one most important thing to me is my physical health,” he said. Williams won’t hold back on exercise and physical upkeep in 2019, and he expects to stay on top of his health all year.

What does the new year mean to you? For many Heritage students and teachers, it offers a fresh chance to reflect and improve upon the previous year’s resolutions. “A new year means new resolutions and new challenges,” said Johnson. “It’s a time to improve on yourself and others.”

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