Thoughts From The Trail: Best Trailside Memory

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Thoughts From The Trail: Best Trailside Memory

Megan Helge and Max Pusloskie

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Megan Helge
“It was sixth grade, and it was time for the obstacle course, and Mr. Hallinan, he’s a swimmer right? So he was ready to go (in the position to dive) and he dived right into the ground and lost terribly.” Said Diana Altenhof, eighth grader.

 

Megan Helge
“Before Trailside opened, we had a big, picnic for all of the parents and students. We had food, and games and that was where all of the staff met each other. The place was packed, and people couldn’t even drive. It was fun because the students and teachers connected with each other.” Said Mrs Garrity, seventh grade house secretary.

Megan Helge
“My son was an eigth grader and I was very, very happy and supprised when he was nominated for the spirit award at the end of the year. It was something that I would remember for a long time after.” Said Mrs M when remembering her most memorable Trailside memory.

Megan Helge
“My son was an eighth grader and I was very, very happy and supprised when he was nominated for the spirit award at the end of the year. It was something that I would remember for a long time after.” Said sixth and seventh grade resource teacher, Mrs Maheshwari.

Jillian Smith
“It would probably be the boxcar races because one team was short one person so Mr Dunlevy got to run around in a tiny racecar and he pumbled over a kid.That was fun.” Said Katherine McCoy, eighth grader.

Megan Helge
“My favorite Trailside memory is all of the amazing teachers here and this year especially.” Said Amber Monjelli, eighth grader.

Megan Helge
“My favorite Trailside memory is all of the amazing teachers here and this year especially.” Said Amber Monjelli, eighth grader.