Seniors experience Life 101
“I decided to be a student leader for Life 101 because I think it’s an amazing opportunity to share with other seniors about events we all are going through. I think of it less like a leadership position and more like a mouth piece; I hope I am able to learn from others and share what I learn,” says Theresa Centola ’17.
The first seminar was on February 15, which was used as an ice breaker and discussions on happiness and using our time in this world wisely.
“I learned that our happiness is super important and we should strive to make our life a priority and to do things for ourselves,” says Sophia Brooks ’17.
Life 101 is a safe place to speak one’s mind, listen to peers strengthen and make relationships, as well as be supported.
“I will absolutely go again. It was such an awesome experience and it was so worth it,” says Brooks.
The next Life 101 meeting is March 1 in the Library from 6-8.
“Seniors should go to Life 101 because…why not? They should take a little risk for potential great reward. If they don’t like it, there’s no pressure to come back, but Life 101 is unlike any experience or club you can be involved in at Heritage. It’s an amazing environment full of open minds and kind hearts,” says Centola.
VPN Policy Explained
Within the last six months there has been a noticeable increase of VPN usage within the student body in the Littleton Public School District. As a result, the school is more strictly enforcing the policy in place.
Juuling Punishment Continues
Since the release of vape pens to the market, they have become increasingly popular, particularly in high schools, and Heritage is no exception. Administration has since been exploring ways to fix the problem in order to keep students safe from the harmful effects of vaping.