School's out!

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Hey everybody! I hope everyone is doing well! We are out of school officially, all done with finals, and all the grades are out. The seniors await their graduation ceremony (my brother haha) and that's it for them for the rest of their life as well. What a journey for them.

So have you guys made plans for the summer yet? A great way to prepare for the summer is to make a list of things that you want to do with your friends and yourself. This doesn't necessarily mean setting goals, which is okay, but more on what you want to do to relieve stress or make fun memories. I am already starting to do this, and the list includes camping and six flags. Not a bad way to start.

Second thing to think about during the summer is jobs. With this economy, you may think it's hard to get jobs, but there are plenty of part time jobs out there. It really depends on how much you want to get the job. I will be working for the school this summer so this should be a fun experience. I hope everything goes well because it's going to be an hour drive to Lowell everyday haha.

There is going to be a lot of work done on the school during the summer so don't be surprised if there are changes after you come back. I am anticipating good adjustments and hopefully another great year is ahead. Until then, enjoy your summer vacation, and make sure you check back every week! Check us out on twitter as well!

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Until next time,

-Andy

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You said "you may think it's hard to get jobs, but there are plenty of part time jobs out there"
First of all where did you get your data from because according to ours there is a huge lack of jobs. Some even say the rate of employment is nearing that of the depression. Did you know that the rate of unemployment for African American males is 17% and in New York City it's 25% ? So again where did you get your data from?

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