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Happy Valentines Day!

Kendra Ketchum
History teachers Mrs. Brockman and Mr. VanOrman make a heart with their hands.

Since Valentine’s day is just around the corner, we interviewed people on the topic of Valentines Day and the questions were: 

  1. What does Valentine’s Day mean to you?
  2. What’s your definition of love?
  3. Who’s someone you love?

We interviewed some teachers and faculty members for this because they are probably a little more experienced in the love department. 

First we interviewed Mr. Schell, his answers were that Valentine’s Day is a made up holiday and he believes that love is the idea of wanting to spend the rest of your life with someone. He loves his wife Mrs. Schell, who is also a teacher. 

Now onto Mrs Schells answers. She thinks that Valentine’s Day is a day to really show your appreciation for your significant other. She thinks that love is about friendship and wanting to be there for each other, and she loves her family.

Then we interviewed our assistant principals. Mrs. Davis thinks this holiday is about spending time with the people you love and being kind. She thinks that love is about being there for them through anything and caring for them unconditionally. She loves her husband and kids.

Next is Mrs. Willey. she thinks that today is about chocolate and happiness, and she agrees with Mrs. Davis on loving someone to the point you would do anything for them. She also loves her husband and kids. 

Then we took a trip into the counseling office and found Andy Kennard. His responses were that Valentine’s Day is a money making holiday, and that when you love someone you take the good and the bad with them, he loves his children and wife. 

Next, we found Mr. Lazarov. He stated that it’s made up, and love is when you care about someone and are deeply committed to them, he also loves his children and wife.

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Kendra Ketchum
Kendra Ketchum, Staff Reporter
Kendra Ketchum is a junior at MPHS. Outside of her work as a staff reporter for the Pipeline, she’s usually working or with her 12 siblings. She enjoys hanging out with her boyfriend, friends, and family.
McKenzie Dickhausen
McKenzie Dickhausen, Former Staff Reporter
McKenzie Dickhausen is a senior and first-year staffer on the Pipeline. She was drawn to newspapers by her interest in what's going on in her community. She is most interested in covering events that are going on within the school. When she isn’t covering events, you can find her hanging out with friends, driving around, or working.
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