Senior Editorial: Taylor Weiss


Through my years at Kennedy, they have definitely been an up and down roller coaster. As an incoming freshman it was hard trying to find my place, meet new friends and figure out who I was and who I wanted to be as a person. Now, being a senior with only a few days left before graduating it is bittersweet.
I remember being so excited to finally get to go to a big school and be a “big” kid. As the years went on I was just waiting and waiting for the year 2017 to come and it did, then spring break happened and now it’s May. People weren’t kidding when they said it goes by fast.
All the friends we grew up with and met, the relationships we’ve made and the memories we’ve created, they’re not going to be the same anymore.
Everyone is moving on with their lives and going to achieve the things we’ve set our minds to since we were 10. Thank you to everyone who has believed in me through my years at Kennedy.
Thank you to my teachers, friends, parents, cheer girls, and most definitely my Torch family for keeping me sane and together, I couldn’t have done this without you. I hope the best for the class of 2017 and I am going to miss every one of you!