Friday, June 17, 2022 written by Jennie Kwok.

Guadalupe School’s Class of 2028 were asked to share their last words with us!

Bryan Obispo Alonso

“Thank you to Guadalupe School for always caring and helping me!”

Sadie Alvarez

“Make sure you stay positive no matter where life takes us all.”

Stephanie Barahona

“Mr. Bryant taught me about responsibility. It’s my responsibility to turn in my homework, and no one else’s!”

Karina Batalla

“Ms. Tracy helped me understand the importance of art and how it doesn’t always have to be perfect.”

Wesley Brooks

“I will miss Ms. Granvold because we made good memories everyday.”

Juan Cancino Castaneda

“My favorite subject is History because I learned about people who changed the world, which encourages me to think that I could change the world too.”

Cristian Chavarria

“My friend Wesley got me into basketball. He puts up a good challenge when I play with him!”

Judith Chavez

“I made so many friends at Guadalupe School and I love them because they make me feel safe and happy!”

Christopher Felix

“I want to be a soccer player and chase my dreams! My dad used to play, so I want to keep his legacy alive.”

Leslie Gonzalez Flores

“Do your homework on time. Get enough sleep. Learn how to spell. That’s one major thing you will need for your whole life.”

Kiley Forshee

“Art is my favorite subject because I love to paint and draw! It makes me feel happy and free like I have all the time in the world.”

Noe Gonzales

“I will miss my friends because they’ve been with me my whole life, and they are my family.”

Gloria Jaimes

“Mr. Bryant is one of my favorite teachers because he will explain problems step-by-step until you understand.”

Rocio Montoya

“Never give up no matter how hard it is, even though you can’t do something, don’t give up, just try harder!”

Dannika Pedroza

“Always stick together no matter what. If you’re shy or embarrassed, friends will keep you confident!”

Alejandra Perez

“Never give up. You can accomplish so many things in life!”

Amber Avelar Ponce

“I want to be a doctor when I grow up to help my family and those in need.”

Zuleyka Macias Ramirez

“It’s good to have kindness because bullying isn’t right, and you could hurt other people’s feelings.”

Marisol Rios

“Thank you to Guadalupe School for being with me for six years, teaching me new things, showing me how to be respectful, and learning responsibilities.”

Isabella Rivera

“I hope to become a police officer because I want to make the world a better place! If there were people on the street, I would buy them food and blankets so they can be warm!”

Marcos Santana

“I’ll miss the staff because they are welcoming, nice, and make it feel like home. I’ve known most of them for a long time.”

Brian Ramirez Soledad

“Most teachers at Guadalupe support what you do and are nice to you. It encourages me to do better!”

Mireya Tafolla

“I’m happy to see you guys during my last year here, but I will come visit you guys next year!”

Dylan Garcia Tafoya

“Thank you, Guadalupe School, for teaching me so much during the time that I’ve been here!”

Allison Castaneda Zuniga

“At the beginning of the year, I thought I wouldn’t have friends. I became friends with Zuleyka and was so happy! She teaches me things and is like a second mother to me.”