UHS News Highlights Members of Wildcat Nation’s Goals for 2021


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By Aurora Lorentino

Ukiah High School News is entering 2021, and many high schoolers have goals for the new year. We asked some Wildcats what their goals are for 2021. These are the responses we got:

  • “I want to finally finish my driver ed so I can drive and be more independent.” -Mia Gittleman
  • “My goal is to get more LED lights in my room because I want to be blinded by the light.”– Royce Whelan 
  • “ My goal is to get my own place in Portland and to write more music and actually release some this year.”-Andrew Datillo
  • ” This year I want to finish the story I am writing because I’ve been putting it off for a long time and really want to finish it.”-Bennet Gaylord
  • ” To take 100,000 steps in one month at least once and to get to know more people more closely. I also want to reconnect with friends who I lost touch with over quarantine.”- Rylie Barber
  • “My 2021 goal is to go to San Francisco and bike the Golden Gate Bridge.” – Izabella Nickerson
  • “My goal is to live for myself and stop trying to please everyone.” –Abigail Kirley
  • “Finish repairing my ukulele because it cheers me up when I’m not feeling that great.” –Damein Amaya
  • “I would like to bike more so I can get into shape”-John Livingston
  • “I would like to enhance my guitar skills and not die when I got to college. People be sneezing.”– Daniel Gonzalez
  • “ I would love to maintain all A’s in my classes to come, get in better shape then I have been over quarantine, and help the school be as great as they can be.”- Jaidyn Sanders
  • “ My goal for this new year is to better myself and to learn the stories of others and learn new languages along the way.” – Casey Ramsey 
  • “ My goal is to raise my confidence about my body and not care what others think of me. I also want to a better connection with my mom.” – Aurora Lorentino

We all started 2020 very different. Distance learning has become our new normal and freshman have had to adapt to a difficult circumstance. We have all had a hard time with COVID-19 because we cannot see friends or family. But these high schoolers still have goals to reach for the new year and with their spirit we will all try our best to make this year better than the last.

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