8th graders ready to take on high school

By Sofia Coffin

Whether it was dancing with Mrs. Carmena or missing the bus and having to walk back from Park Street, Bay Farm School’s 8th graders have had an exciting year. There are still so many questions left to answer, so I interviewed some of the soon-to-be graduates. Check out these students’ exciting plans for the future.

Sonia LeMonier

Future Alameda High School student

Q: Why did you go to Bay Farm School?

A: All of my friends were going here, and it seemed like a really good community.

Q: What was your favorite 8th grade experience?

A: I really liked when we went to the ballet in San Francisco.

Q: What would you tell incoming 7th graders?

A: Make sure to have good friends that can support you.

Sean Bhalla

Future Alameda High School student

Q: Why did you go to Bay Farm School?

A: It looked like a small fun school.

Q: What was your favorite 8th grade experience?

A: I had fun when we went to watch “Pitch Perfect” and had to walk back.

Q: What would you tell incoming 7th graders?

A: 8th grade is very different from the other grades; treat it differently and get all your work in.

Mickey Worrede

Future Bishop O’Dowd High School student

Q: Why did you go to Bay Farm School?

A: It was close to home and had a good community.

Q: What was your favorite 8th grade experience?

A: I really liked that play on Park Street we went to.

Q: What would you tell incoming 7th graders?

A: Don’t procrastinate–get your work done on time and get good grades.

Q: What has Bay Farm taught you?

A: I learned how important it is to make friends.

Gael Page

Future Alameda High School student

Q: What would you tell incoming 7th graders?

A: Expect your teachers to be a bit vague and behind on grading.

Q: What has Bay Farm taught you?

A: I learned that track is really fun, to organize or run.

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