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Yumna Siddiqui

Yumna Siddiqui

“So I switched schools my sophomore because my neighborhood got annexed into this district. [Moving] was very difficult because those were the kids that I grew up with. Those were the kids that I’ve been going to school with since preschool and coming here was really scary. I didn’t know how I would meet new people and create the same bond I had with those people that I had at Warren. But I came here and I joined yearbook because I thought it’d be a great way to meet new people with the same interests as me. It ended up being that three years later I’m also still in yearbook and I’m also the Editor-in-Chief. I have a staff that I can now call my family. We have such an unbreakable bond,” senior Yumna Siddiqui stated.

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