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Vivian’s Goodbye

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My name is Vivian Nguyen. What a fantastic time I have had being a part of the St. Philip student body! I have represented our school for almost three years now. Middle school debates, decathlon, spelling bees, math competitions, science fairs, are no more. Enjoying a meal on white lunch benches are no more. Walking to an airy learning commons at recess is no more. How proud I feel to have St. Philips as a huge part of my life, and how sad I am to say goodbye. I can understand every single feeling felt by past graduating 8th graders. I’m going to miss every person in my grade and everything that I have known here.

I am off to great things, adios St. Philips.


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Vivian Nguyen, Contributor
Vivian is a 8th grader this year attending Mr. Weyermuller’s 8A class. She has two cats, both of which are featured on Falcon’s Flyer (Honey and Onion the cat). Vivian loves Disney and participating in social justice rants with friends, and her favorite class is Math but her favorite subject is Science. She adores the book and...
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  1. Mrs. Ramirez on June 15th, 2017 8:39 am

    We’ll miss you, Vivian. Keep in touch!


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