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Well, my name is Miranda. I'm 17 years old and a senior in high school. I'm actually looking forward to taking physics this year, even though I do not really favor science. I am one out of the four seniors on my cheer team this year. I took up cheer this year and last winter season because it is the closest sport to gymnastics. I quit gymnastics due to various injuries. This year, I am really trying to focus on school and give it my absolute best. 

 

I decided to take regents physics because, like Mr.Fullerton said "Physics is everything". I would like to become a pediatric nurse someday, so taking physics will help me in a way to pursue my future interest. Also, it looks like more fun than any previous science class I have taken. 

 

 

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Hi Miranda - I also used to cheer in high school because it was the closest sport to dance. So glad you decided to take physics, and remember that Mr. Fullerton, Miss Lawson and I will be here to help in any way you need this year!

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