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Senior Goodbye: Jamison Prull

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You hear over and over how quick high school goes by. You blink and it’s over. I won’t lie. That is not how it was for me. The last four years of my life went incredibly slow, but they were so full.

I have had countless opportunities, learned numerous lessons – life and educational, and I have had a lot of fun. Kennedy has given me so much, and these are some examples:

1. People. I have met some of the most interesting people at school, staff and students. I look around in my classes and I feel grateful to be surrounded by diverse and fascinating people, but I am also disappointed I don’t have more time to get to know them all.

2. Difficult classes. I didn’t take an AP class until Junior year and I am so glad I did. I learned I am capable of so much more. I also appreciate the classes that kicked my butt, because I learned how to deal with it.

3. A love for sports, photography, and sports photography. The activities I’ve been involved at Kennedy helped me find some of my passions. I found a love for being a part of team, throwing discus, and capturing moments with a camera. Most importantly, I solidified my life passion – to always help others.

Kennedy High School offers everyone opportunities to grow as a person. The best advice I could give anyone is to take advantage of all of those opportunities and also to relish in the moments with your peers and the staff of Kennedy.

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