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Middle School New Year’s Resolutions

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The New Year is here, and Saint John School students are thinking about their New Year’s resolutions for 2018. The most common resolutions usually include exercising more, losing weight, eating healthy, doing a good deed every day, and learning a new skill or hobby. New Year’s resolutions are all about people pushing themselves to achieve personal goals for the upcoming year. Many students are determined to commit to their resolutions.

Raffaele DiPiero in Mrs. Karen Klenk’s sixth grade class said, “My New Year’s resolution is to be nice and kind to everyone I meet and to not to get angry at anyone.”

People usually struggle with keeping to the resolutions set because it requires a lot of determination and perseverance. For example, giving up sweets could be extremely hard for some people, while for others it could be a breeze.

Raffaele is sticking to his resolution because, he said, “I want to follow God and his teachings, and I also want to go to Heaven.”

Leila Chehade in Mr. Brian Mariano’s seventh grade class said, “My New Year’s resolutions are to be nicer to my little brother, get straight A’s, and also be a really helpful and supportive Student Council member.”

Leila is motivated to keep with her resolutions this year.

“My family and friends motivate me,” she said.

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Middle School New Year’s Resolutions