2020 had its share of ups and downs

Kaelee Grettenberg

While 2020 was a rough year filled with dark, negative things, there is always light that shines through, especially for sophomore Kaylen Foss. 

Foss had tons of good memories from 2020.

“I got to spend more time with my sister and my best friend … got to travel with them, went to Colorado and had a lot of fun,” Foss said.

She admitted, that even with the good memories, she had an equal amount of bad experiences.

Foss didn’t enjoy having to stay at home.

“Having to stay at home with siblings and loud neighbors. And then I also broke my elbow on my longboard that I got two days after my birthday,” Foss said.

Foss hopes that 2021 will be a lot better than 2020.

“I hope that we don’t have to go back to remote learning at all and that hopefully corona dies down enough that we don’t have to wear masks,” Foss said.