Academy Chatter: What is your New Year’s Resolution and why did you choose it??

Academy Chatter:  What is your New Year's Resolution and why did you choose it??

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Jordan Bellmund, junior: My New Year’s Resolution is to be a more positive person.”

Ellie Rose, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to stay focused and get my responsibilities done in a timely manner.”

Anna Schaut, senior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to go to bed earlier and get more sleep.”

Samm Mecklenburg, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to be more grateful for all of the things I have.”

Madison Hansen, senior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to be a more positive person.”

Vanessa Lent, senior: “My New Year’s resolution is to smile more.”

Ben Laluzerne, senior: “My New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with my family.”

Will Schneider, senior: “I mean, I’m already pretty cool. So my New Year’s resolution is to get even cooler.”

Abby Comar, senior: “My New Year’s resolution is to stop procrastinating because it will help me be less stressed.”

Mitch Chosa, senior: “My New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with my friends ‘cause this is my last semester.”  

Keegan Gille, junior: “My goal for this new year is to focus on school and finish this year with A’s.”

Jack Kress, junior: “My New Year’s resolution is to get bigger and stronger for football so i can be better than Mitch.”

Jake Gryboski, senior: “My goal is to be an even better Fan Man than I was last semester.”  

Courtney Romes, junior: “New Year’s Resolutions are stupid because nothing really changes except for people complaining about how last year sucked and how this year will be so much better, but we all know that at the end of 2019 everyone will still complain.”

Maxwell Timmer, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to drink more water because I drink a lot of soda.”

Griffin Klein, sophomore: “Treating my family members better because we can enjoy family time more.”

Xander Roberts, sophomore: “Win hockey games and stop pukes because I wanna be a better man this year; this is my year, not yours.”

Nick Foscato, junior: “To be a better me, the best self I can, be an overall better person to friends and family.”

Sophie LeMieux, senior: “To become less forgetful by using my own personal planner and filling out calendars.”

Micah Dennis, senior: “To try harder in school. I think as I go into college I’m going to need to learn to take school seriously and now is a good time to start.”

Dominic Vanden Elzen, sophomore: “I want to be as cool as my sister Olivia in 2019.”

Duncan Riedi, senior: “To get a good grade in Calculus because my GPA could use it.”

Bailee Malcore, senior: “To not sell myself short because I feel like a lot of the time I doubt my abilities and what I can accomplish.”

Adison Karbon, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to ride my horse more.”

Emily Landwehr, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to volunteer more.”

Rachel Bal, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to not procrastinate and be more positive.”

Helena Parmar, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to eat healthier and to work out.”

Megan Zasuly, junior: “My New Year’s Resolution is to make time for myself.”

Chloe Capomaccio, senior: “To work out more because I think it is important to stay healthy and in shape.”

Ella Tristani, senior: “To go to sleep earlier so I am not as tired.”

Jenna Cuene, senior: “I want to be more organized.”

Noah Sternig, junior: “My New Year’s resolution is to try to find time to spend time with my loved ones. Lately I feel like work and extracurriculars have started to take priority in my life.”

Charles Peterson, junior: “I’m making a rock band.”

Bella Brabazon, junior: “I want to go on my phone less because I’m on it too much.”

Ben Jensen, senior: “I’m going to eat least candy.”

Katherine Fangman, junior: “To workout 6 days a week because it relieves stress.”

Brelyn McCarron, senior: “To have fun with my friends and make the most of senior year.”

Jada Ver Boort, sophomore: “To work hard in my last semester of sophomore year because it has always been a goal of mine to get good grades.”