by Marc Helgeson | October 10, 2016 1:53 pm
All my four years of high school I thought to myself, How am I going to get through all of this? I always wondered, Am I doing something wrong or am I doing something not good enough? All the help I got from my parents, other folks around the area, and the teachers and other staff members at RB really helped me out a lot. There were some things that weren’t the right thing to do most of the time. However, I have always had the need to come back smarter or as a better person than I was. I would always think, What can I do to make myself an even better student at RB? When I got to my senior year of high school, I really realized I beat myself up on some stuff that I shouldn’t have worried about.
If there was one thing I could change about high school it is my attitude. I seemed to be that teenage child if things weren’t going my way. I would automatically give it all up. Only my mother knew where I was coming from during certain things and she made it the best for me while I was still on my feet. She also made sure I never hit rock bottom. Playing football and basketball really gave me a fun experience. Me and all my friends had good times here at RB as well. I would like to thank all the teachers and other staff members that have helped me throughout my years at RB.
Source URL: https://rbclarion.com/uncategorized/2016/10/10/senior-goodbye-brandon-bennett/
Copyright ©2021 Clarion unless otherwise noted.