September Student of the Issue: Hunter Adams


Mason Flynn

Hunter Adams is a transfer student with a lot of plans for the year.

Katherine Sauvageot, Section Editor

This year at Cabell Midland, we have new upperclassmen students in attendance, with new fears, goals, expectations and ideas.
The new students have several different reasons for transferring to Midland.
“I just didn’t like St. Joe and thought the bigger school would be a better setting,” said Hunter Adams. “I really just like that I don’t have to wear a uniform.”
These students have undergone many changes by transferring.
“The biggest change has definitely been the amount of students,” Adams stated. “My classes are a lot larger and the hallways are way more crowded.”
Adams plans to get involved in the student body by participating in baseball, swimming and other school activities like football games, as well as running for student council.
“I have played baseball for a really long time, so I think it will be a good way to meet more people,” said Adams. “But this will be my first year swimming competitively and I think I will really like it.”
“I’m excited for football games to start. I have heard the games are really fun and that’s not something we had at St. Joe,” Adams later said
Like everyone else, new students have goals and expectations for the new school year for themselves and their teachers.
“One of my goals for the school year is to meet and remember as many people as possible,” Adams said. “With the amount of people at this school, that shouldn’t be too much of a problem. I also expect to get a decent education and have teachers that will provide me with the ability to do so.”
Even after only a few days at Midland these new students have met and come to like many people and teachers at their new school.
“My favorite teacher so far is probably Mrs. Staford because she is easy to get along with.”
This year’s new students at Cabell Midland are already learning to love it just as much as the rest of us do.