Opinion: Don’t let the negativity get you down

Although one of longest stretches of the year without a break, guest contributor Haley Flores stresses the importance of avoiding negativity.

Jay Schlaegel

Although one of longest stretches of the year without a break, guest contributor Haley Flores stresses the importance of avoiding negativity.

Haley Flores, Guest Contributor

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It’s getting closer to the end of the year and AP tests are coming up along with the excitement for the school year to be over. Unfortunately this has seemed to cause a negative attitude in many students and has led some students to stress while other students simply don’t care anymore. This attitude of wanting school to be over already has created a negative atmosphere within the school.

This negativity doesn’t seem like it will be going away anytime soon and probably won’t go away until school is actually over. School can be extremely stressful, but everybody doesn’t have to be so down.

Students are trying their best to cooperate in these stressful times, but it doesn’t seem to be helping. While students want a break, teachers keep giving work and tests. The amount of work students get everyday is accounting for much of the negativity and with the amount of work continuing to rise, it doesn’t seem to get any better.

Fortunately there are only two months left in the school year and even though school gets tough this time of year, it’s important for students to try and stay positive. We’re almost done with this year and in order to ensure good grades, continue studying because the hard work will pay off in the end.