(Tur)KEY Things to be Thankful For


Thanksgiving…a time to reflect on the many blessings we are so privileged to have. As Thanksgiving break comes to a close, the Beacon asked many NNHS students about what they did over thanksgiving and most importantly what they’re most thankful for.

Kayla Korhonen:


“This Thanksgiving break I spent quality time with my family. I am thankful for my brother and being able to celebrate his first thanksgiving with him.”

Andy Myers:

“I went to Palm Springs with my family and I played a tennis tournament while I was out there. I am thankful for all of my friends and family, animals and nature, and all the opportunities I am given to have such a great life, oh and I am grateful for Beyonce’s existence.”

Kaela Whelan:

“I practiced sports, enjoyed time with friends and family, and ate a lot! I am thankful for amazing friends and family that make me happy each and everyday!”

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“For thanksgiving we all dressed as princesses and went to my uncles house and celebrated. Then we went Overlanding with my dads truck (aka camping). I am thankful for my family and friends.” 

Sammy Kerrigan:

“For Thanksgiving I went to my uncles house with the rest of my family and we had a big dinner. I’m thankful for the beautiful city I live in, my heath, my loving family, my amazing friends and delicious food!”

Bella Crafton:

“We had all of our family over for a Thanksgiving feast, rented a house down on the beach, surfed, rode bikes and played a big poker game! I am thankful for my crazy family, the beach, good food and music.”

Malia Moore:

“I went to San Diego and I’m thankful for my community.”

Karis Couch:

“I went to Ventura on Friday to be with my godfamily and I’m so grateful for my friends and family.”

Taylor Craig:

“I went to Arizona and I’m thankful for friends and family.”

Holly Kanen:

“I was grounded. I’m thankful for being grounded.”