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Dillon Cronin: Leaving It All Behind

    I guess it’s just hard to say goodbye. Especially when you’re leaving behind such a huge part of your life. Six years I spent at this school, six years of growth and development. And thats all about to come to an end, the friends I met along the way, the memories, and the mentors all made history. It’s gonna be tough, no doubt about that, but I guess it’s time to move on, and I’m ready, ready for a change, ready to start the next chapter of my life.

    The toughest part about this is leaving my friends behind, the friends I spend virtually all my time with. It’s all about to change, my friends, my school, my life, it’s a new chapter, a new beginning. Coming into Fenn as a timid four foot tall fourth grader, not knowing a soul at the school, six years later I will walk out those doors on June Seventh knowing the school like the back of my hand. Fenn and I have had our ups and downs, but all in all, through the years we’ve stuck it out ‘till the end. 

    Only a couple more weeks here, but I’m gonna make them count, because it the last impressions that are the lasting impressions.