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Cameron Petit

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief

Editor of The Roar and proud of its advancements over the two years that I’ve been involved in its production. Writing is something that I love to do and I am happy to have had the experiences associated with Journalism class. Aside from writing, I love to eat a variety of foods and learn new things. I plan to become a science teacher (no, not a journalist) because I’ve learned as Editor that teaching people new things is almost as great as learning them. I look forward to enlightening future generations while furthering my own knowledge as well, and I could not have found this direction without the help of The Roar and the opportunities it has continually supplied to me. I’m excited to lead this paper into bigger and better things and I hope that this becomes more than just a school newspaper, but a way for the Biddeford community to stay up–to–date with what’s going on in the center of Tiger pride commonly known as Biddeford High School.

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A final goodbye

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
May 19, 2015
The grading system at BHS in the agenda book.

Stacked GPAs don’t add up

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
April 9, 2015
Our school, our decision, right?

Our school, our decision, right?

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
March 20, 2015

Musically dependent

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
March 20, 2015
Laflammes hospital bracelets over her three surgeries.

Four Games

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
February 24, 2015

The new college investment

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
February 19, 2015

Biddeford athletics need more support

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
January 15, 2015

The education downward spiral

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
January 13, 2015

How much we missed out

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
October 21, 2014

A glimpse into the Editor’s Mind

Cameron Petit, Editor in Chief
September 19, 2014
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