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Estefany Perdomo-Montoya

Estefany Perdomo-Montoya, Staff

Estefany Perdomo is a Senior at North Cobb she will begin her first year in journalism. Her obvious passion for politics was crucial in deciding the perfect magnet program. A recently discovered passion for writing allowed her to express herself in a new way. She hopes that journalism may be a place to grow her writing skills while trying a new form of writing. Some normal activities she enjoys include; walking her dog, watching soccer games while aggressively yelling at the screen, and leading teen group at her church. For Estefany family time is essential to her daily routine, she credits her family for the individual she is today. In ten years she can see herself graduating law school, but for now, she hopes to share her passion for politics with the student body.

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Senior Ana Barahona created GEO Club here at NC in hopes to include her classmates in a great cause; in her trips to Honduras Ana discovered a special needs school in need of help and Ana started different donation drives to help the school out. All of January GEO Club is accepting school supply donations in the magnet lounge that will be donated to the special needs school.

[Photo] A donation away

January 14, 2020
Shhhh! Varsity Cheerleaders keep quiet today October 18 for a fun tradition. They wear a football player’s jersey and only communicate between themselves to keep from getting pied at the Homecoming game. The NC students make their best efforts to entice the cheerleaders to speak. Any student who can achieve the task holds the honor of pushing a pie into the cheerleader’s face.

Keeping quiet for hoco

October 18, 2019
Magnet seniors Chandler Quaile and Carsynn Miller enjoy their lunch, taking part in a friendly discussion with AP world teacher Jeffrey Bettis. Enjoying the light-hearted talk, they talk about current events.

Friendly discussion

September 6, 2019
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