Humans of Sartell: December 16th- December 22nd

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Humans of Sartell: December 16th- December 22nd

A bunch of students and things around Sartell High School.

A bunch of students and things around Sartell High School.

Ashley Kesler

A bunch of students and things around Sartell High School.

Ashley Kesler

Ashley Kesler

A bunch of students and things around Sartell High School.

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With Christmas coming up, the students around Sartell have a lot of interesting things on their minds. I asked the students of Sartell to tell me some fun things about themselves and their lives. Keep reading to find out what they have to say!

“A fun fact about me is that I have three half-siblings.”

Ashley Kesler
A fun wintery vest. We have a teacher in our school who was rocking this super cool vest!

 

 

“If I could live anywhere in the world it would be Colorado because I love the mountains and hiking.”

 

“My favorite subject is lunch.”

 

“My favorite quality about myself is my positivity.”

 

“I have type A+ blood.”

 

 

Ashley Kesler
The is a cat in Mrs. Nelson’s room; she has three ceramics cats.

 

 

 

“If I could only say one word today it would be wonderful.”

 

“I would rate Justin Bieber a perfect 10.”

 

“My favorite quote is, ‘No half sends.'”

 

“My favorite color is blue.”

 

 

 

 

Ashley Kesler
Shoes. Everyone loves shoes. Shoes cover your feet and keep your feet warm.

 

 

“If I could live anywhere in the world, it

would be London.”

 

“Student debt, with college is what scares me the

most about growing up.”

 

 

 

 

“My favorite class is student volunteers.”

 

Ashley Kesler
Luke, Connor, and Josh, seniors, pose for the camera with their water bottles.

 

“I am most passionate about school and soccer.”

 

“I am most excited for college.”

 

Ashley Kesler
This is Ken. Meet Ken, he is a super cool kid at Sartell High School.

 

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