Photo provided by Morgan Folsom
Although you have only been part of the Falconer for one year, you have already become an irreplaceable staff member in our team. The minute you walk into class, you light up the room and make it a happier place to be. We’re going to miss you so much.
As our star news quiz player, I don’t know how we are going to pass them after you leave. I will forever remember our staff playing and singing Harry Styles together in the computer lab and, overall, having the best time of our lives. One thing I would also like to say is you were probably one of the best-dressed members of the staff.
Thank you so much for making the staff and I smile every day and being such a charismatic and beautiful person. Despite being new to the staff, you came in so committed and ready to work, and that is something that should be admired by everyone. Good luck in college! We know you are going to do great things in life and will build the best future for yourself.
Your Editor-in-Chief, Rachel Singleton
Messages from the Staff:
Morgan, I did not know you long but your friendly, outgoing personality and constant hard work was something I could always count on. Whether I was having a rough day or just in need of last-minute edits, you were always there. I will truly miss you as part of our journalism family and all your funny ideas. Good luck!
~ Catherine Smith
Morgan, the cool kid with the palm tree tattoo. When you came into class, it felt as if you had just left the beach and brought us a huge dose of fresh, salty air. Thank you for sharing your voice with our readers. Thank you for focusing on the work and not the drama. Thank you for spending your years as a student learning to read and write well, learning about the world around us, and then sharing those skills with the Falconer. We will never forget how awesome you were on our weekly news quizzes and your passion for writing stories that needed to be told.
~ Mrs. Hopkins
Morgan, I really had fun getting to know you this semester. You are sweet, beautiful, and I always looked forward to seeing what cute outfit you were going to wear. I hope you have an amazing time at Coastal Carolina. I will miss having you in journalism, especially during the news quizzes!
~ Ashley Halbrook
You were so much fun to be around in class. I loved it when you, Jenna, Nora and I all played music at the same time and had a blast. T’was Rad. Hope you have fun in the years to come. As Helen Keller once wisely said, “Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K.”
~ Hannah N.