Matthew Barney has been here a long time but really only a very short time with perspective. The school as a whole has perhaps not changed dramatically but in small imperceptible amounts. Teachers have retired, classes have been removed, and programs changed. The biggest change Barney has experienced here would have to be either the elimination of the eight period day or the “optional donations” required for sports teams. Both of these lost effects were thought to be pillars vested in time and never to be removed but Matthew soon learned the folly of that overestimation. Life changes. School transforms without permission. Absorbing these changes is the hardest part of school so Matthew Barney would advise walking out of a classroom with a respect for the momentum of life but a determination to stand fast in the sands of time.
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