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John Register talks perseverance with student body

Hannah Pecis and Cameron Bolton

Cameron Bolton, Staff Reporter

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Former hurdler and now Paralympic track medalist John Register spoke with the RB student body on September 24.  The themes of his talk revolved around the Olympic ideal “Citius.  Altius.  Fortius” – swifter, higher, stronger.  If you did not get a chance to hear Register talk, Clarion has the video highlights for you.

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Cameron Bolton, Staff Reporter
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Cameron is a returning member to Clarion this year. He loves reading and writing, in addition to watching movies and TV shows.  He has been apart of several  activities at RB, such as the band, choir, NHS, Day of Service, speech team, and the school theatre productions. Cameron can be reached at [email protected].

 

Hannah Pecis, Media Editor
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Hannah Pecis is retrning to Clarion for fabulous year three. She can’t spell to save her life, so she has been greatly honored to work on a school paper that uses spell check. She enjoys telling pointless stories about inanimate objects. She also enjoys playing Slenderman and having bonfires with her friends.

When she isn’t wasting time she is playing golf or badminton, she is also an ever learning photographer. She loves writing and spending endless amounts of time with her friends. Hannah tries to live her life as environmentally friendly as possible, and loves her 3 cats, fish, turtle, frogs, dog and bunny. She is six feet and a quarter inch tall.

She can be reached – just kidding, she is too tall to be reached — but if you would like to contact her email her at [email protected].

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John Register talks perseverance with student body