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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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School lunches allow some food insecure children to eat during the day. However, when school is out for the summer, federal and state-sponsored programs give these children access to meals.
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Callan Meyer, freshman

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Henry Moye
Freshman Callan Meyer smiles after finishing his final exam.

Freshman Callan Meyer enjoys participating on the debate team as an extracurricular. Meyer just recently joined the team, but says he so far likes challenging his educational abilities and debating in competitions.

“I like debate because of how it challenges my thinking and writing skills in ways that will surely improve them,” Meyer said. “I also enjoy it because attending competitions is super fun, especially when you’re winning rounds.”

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Henry Moye
Henry Moye, Comment Section Editor
Henry is a sophomore that is very excited for his second year on the Southerner. Aside from working on the paper, Henry plays on the Midtown soccer team and competes with the Midtown debate team.

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