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Back To Sixth-Grade Camp


A select few Lake Shore upperclassmen got the chance to be a sixth-grade camp counselor for the Kennedy Clippers from November 1st through the 3rd. 

Macie Palacios, a senior, said, “ I had a lot of fun. I want to be a counselor in the summer if I find something.”

Palacios seemed to enjoy sixth-grade camp as a counselor and wants to try and go back in the summer as a job.

Stewart Gibson, junior, said, “I think it was equal to my sixth-grade camp, just different things” 

He continued, “My group was a little chaotic but thankfully I had two counselors in my room, so we were able to control them.”

Gibson enjoyed his time and his group but realized dealing with kids can be rough at times.  

Kehara Shabazz, junior, said, “The best part was the nature. I enjoyed all the trees and stuff “

She continued, “I had a fun time. I wasn’t able to go to sixth-grade camp, so I enjoyed it a lot.”

Shabazz also wasn’t able to attend camp when she was in sixth grade so it was a new and fun experience for her. 

Ellie Morell, junior, said, “They were fun and cute. I didn’t realize they were five years younger till like the second day.”

Morell didn’t realize how much they’ve grown since their own sixth-grade camp experience.  

Megan Morell, junior, said “Best memory would be the kid at my table who ate a whole bowl of cheese” 

Morell said another highlight was, “It was warmer, so we got to do the canoeing and the rock wall.”  

Camp counselors left an impact on the sixth graders, and the sixth graders left an impact on them.

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Jersey Abriel, Staff Writer
Jersey Abriel is 16 years old and a Junior here at Lake Shore High School. She has two older brothers, two nephews, and a dog named Zeus. In her free time, she works mostly and has dabbled in babysitting. Her favorite teachers are Mr. Coffey, Mrs. Ferguson, and Mrs. Lebiecki because they are nice and bring an easygoing vibe to the classroom.
Nate C Renfroe, Staff Writer
Nathan C. Renfroe is a junior at Lake Shore High School. During his free time, Renfroe likes to watch funny videos on TikTok, look at nice houses on Zillow, and resign houses on his iPad. He also runs track for Lake Shore, competing in the 200-meter and 400-meter races. Renfroe plans on taking a real estate class once he turns 17 so he can get his real estate license as soon as he turns 18.

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