Senior Memories

Leslie Lopez, Reporter

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Tyanni Gomez
Q1: What is your favorite memory of Venice?
A: My 17th birthday, when my friends sang me “Happy Birthday” and smashed my face on a cake.
Q2: What will you remember most about high school?
A: The High School romance. Room 241, during 6th period was the day I realized my heart never beat so fast.
Q3: Have you changed since you started high school?
A: I was very socially loud which was annoying. Now I’m calm and quiet.
Q4: What will you miss the most about high school?
A: I will miss my friends and the teachers and staff. They truly made me the person I am today: an independent wise person.

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Angie Maximo
Q1: What is your favorite memory of Venice?
A: My favorite memory was when the football team was playing against Westchester and the field lights went off during the second quarter.
Q2: What will you remember most about high school?
A: I will remember all the times people told me that I should’ve been president of ASB (Associated Student Body) instead of vice president due to my leadership skills and my personality.
Q3: Have you changed since you started high school?
A: I became more aware, responsible, outgoing, and smart throughout my high school years.
Q4: What will you miss the most about high school?
A: I will miss performing during halftime at football and basketball games.

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Karen Perez
Q1: What is your favorite memory of Venice?
A: My favorite memory in Venice was when my friend Lesley (Calvo), tripped me in the hallway. Even though it was embarrassing, it was still funny.
Q2: What will you remember most about high school?
A: What I’ll remember most about high school is all the amazing people I’ve met throughout my four years.
Q3: Have you changed since you started high school?
A: I’ve become much more outgoing. I’ve developed a much broader idea of what the real world is like.
Q4: What will you miss the most about high school?
A: I’m going to miss hanging out with my friends. There are friends I’ve had since kindergarten and friends I just made in high school, but I’m going to miss them all the same.

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Senior Memories