What is your favorite Stanley memory? I transferred to Stanley Middle School during 8th grade. Since it's only my first and last year at Stanley, I will miss all the friends I made, namely Maya and Cooper. I want to thank them for being kind humans who befriended an outsider like me. While it was a little difficult to adapt to the new faces and environment, they made each day a little more bearable and pleasant. Home Economics by far is my favorite subject where I learned how to make hats and other fun projects such as cooking and sewing. I want to thank all the teachers for giving us their gift of knowledge, ultimately education and having patience with me. I will miss everyone. Peace out Wildcats!!
Describe your Shelter In Place Experience. There's definitely a lot of bonding time with my family. It was great since I'm an introvert, I feel safe in my home. My mom taught both my sister and I how to knit a scarf. I got to doodle/paint on my sketchbook in my own free time. On-line learning was hard at first but once I got the hang of it, it was easier. Plus I think wearing a mask is cool. I look forward to our family hikes in the late afternoons; the Briones trail across the street from Acalanes High was my favorite because we get to see cows grazing on the side of the road.
What are you looking forward to most about attending high school? What I look forward to high school is making new kindred friends at Campolindo High. It will be a new adventure both exciting and scary at the same time. I've toured the school and was really impressed by their costumes in the theater department and the wellness center. I can imagine myself hanging out there when I need to collect my thoughts or having a bad day.