• March 14FFA Livestock Judging April 6

  • March 12April 10 - HS Track @ Carrollton @ 4:30

  • March 12FFA Banquet - April 5 @ 6:00 pm

Not your everyday hero

Kylee Murray, Staff Writer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Heroes are helpful not just in comic books but everyday life as well. Heroes can help a cat that is stuck in a tree or a person that is stuck in a car. Sometimes certain heroes are not as well-known as others, such as heroes in small schools.

In Franklin High School one student, Carolyn Wood, concludes that there is not just one hero present in the halls, but anyone who helps bring people up and helps them think positively. She believes there are multiple heroes here because they help all those who need it and don’t let anything bring them down.These people help the school in a lot of different ways: make people smile, make others feel like school is not terrible, and bring around happiness

One quote that Carolyn stated stands out the most about being a hero, “They’re not being a bystander, they’re getting up and doing something.”

Of course, all heroes have sidekicks. According to Carolyn, their “sidekick” can be their role model(s) in life. What other features must a sidekick have? Obviously a sidekick to a true Franklin High School hero would need to be genuinely happy, nice, a voice. Most heroes have weaknesses. A weakness is very hard to pinpoint in a group of people, but when they are passionate about something someone can talk about it and drag it down and the hero will try to defend it. “Also with being a hero, their weaknesses help them get stronger,” Carolyn claims. “Because of their strengths they are less likely to be able to pushed down and not letting people walk over them.”

These people are heroes to others because they generally speak up. She went on to note,  “Their enemy in a comic book world would be someone who would be able to get into their heads, because these people are strong, they are heroes.”

Before I was going to do the interview with Carolyn I expected her to have one person be her hero, not a group of people. I’m surprised that she didn’t pinpoint one person, but very happy with how she explained herself.

 

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Features

    A brother & sister bond

  • Not your everyday hero

    Features

    Furb is the word

  • Not your everyday hero

    Features

    Can teachers have more than one job?

  • Not your everyday hero

    Features

    Doki Doki is not oki doki

  • Not your everyday hero

    Features

    Gaggles of giggles

  • Not your everyday hero

    Features

    Fantastic cryptids and where to find them

  • Not your everyday hero

    Features

    The harsh reality of senior year

  • Not your everyday hero

    Flashes Spotlight

    All About Madeline

  • News

    St. Patrick’s Day

  • Not your everyday hero

    Entertainment

    Hobbies at FHS

Not your everyday hero