Student Spotlight: Miranda Haagensen

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Student Spotlight: Miranda Haagensen

Natalie Erickson, Staff Writer

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This week we will get to know Miranda Haagensen and what her likes and dislikes are. Miranda Haagensen is in 10th grade. One thing she is looking forward to is leaving high school. Something she is not looking forward to is leaving all my friends when she goes off to collage. Her plan of the rest of the year is to get passing grades in all her classes. Her favorite thing about being in 10th grade is being able to hang out with all of her friends during the school day.  One of the classic questions if she could go anywhere in the world she would go to Hawaii. Miranda funniest story from this year is this: Miranda and one of her friends were at the Maplewood Mall and Miranda laid across the escalator. There was a very loud beeping noise so Miranda jumped off the escalator and they ran to the other side of the mall. As they were walking back they saw the escalator was closed.

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