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Students share their Thanksgiving thoughts

Several students and staff of BCHS shared their thoughts of what makes Thanksgiving special to them. Here is what they had to say:

Rebecca Adams: “I am thankful for my friends and my family that are helping me through my senior year.”

Emma Nolan: “I am thankful for all the opportunities that my school and community has provided me because I get to do what I love like dancing and being a part of various clubs.”

Matthew Whitaker (teacher): “I am thankful for my family, deer hunting, fishing, Kentucky basketball and football, and my wonderful FFA members who brighten my day everyday.”

Megan Kidd: “I am thankful for the country that I live in where females are allowed to have an education and equal rights.”

Photo by Laura Nolan Teacher Matthew Whitaker and student Tucker Vanwinkle are thankful for their Principles of Agriculture class.

Photo by Laura Nolan
Teacher Matthew Whitaker and student Tucker Vanwinkle are thankful for their Principles of Agriculture class.

Tucker VanWinkle: “I am thankful for God, being alive, and being able to worship him.”

Steve Goggin (assistant principal): “In terms of school, I am thankful for our awesome students, and dedicated teachers here at Boyle County Schools.”

Delaney Simpson: “I am thankful for my family because they are always there for me.”

Ryan New (teacher): “I am thankful for my daughter and son who better me as a person.”

Toni Myers (teacher): “I am thankful that I get to wake up and go to a job that I love, and when I leave it, I go home to a family that I love even more.”

Karli Graves: “I am thankful for my family, for the FFA, and for the opportunity to worship God.”

Daniel McQuerry: “I am thankful for all the new experiences I have had and all the good people I have met in high school, and for all the good in this world. Thank Jesus!”

Wilson Kelly: “I am thankful for my family, all the privileges I have, and for friends who have a big impact on my life.”