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Trimble and Bernat Thrill the Audience!!!

Click here to watch Mrs. Bernat and Mr. Trimble Thrill The Audience!!! [Ms. Magill]

Sabrina Larson

On Friday, October 13th, Mrs. Bernat, Mr. Trimble, and their backup dancers thrilled the audience during the teacher skit portion of the pep rally. The ironic part is that it was Friday the 13th, and Thriller refers to numerous horror movies. Their rendition of Thriller thrilled the audience. The actual song which was released on November 5, 1983, was Michael Jackson’s sixth studio album.

Thriller was Jackson’s first number-one album on Billboard, which spent 37 consecutive weeks at number 1. Thriller won 8 Grammy Awards, a Brit Award for Best Selling Album, an American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Album, an American Music Award for Favorite Album Soul/R&B, and the 2002 Special Billboard Award.

Mr. Trimble who portrayed Michael Jackson says, “If you’re going to do anything in life, go all out, even if you are going to embarrass yourself, embarrass yourself in a big way. Thanks to all the kids for their help and for their enthusiasm.” Mrs. Bernat, the zombie-werewolf says, “When I was approached to be a part of the teacher court for homecoming, I jumped at the opportunity to be involved and do something fun. I am not a great dancer and know little about choreography, but I decided that there was no better way to learn than to give it a try. I always attempt to give 100% in all that I do, and this turned out to be no different. I am thankful that Mr. Trimble is a talented coach and was able to help me quickly learn my steps. Being a part of a school that values its students and provides fun opportunities like the homecoming pep assembly is so important to me and I am lucky to have the chance to participate. The teacher homecoming court afforded me a perfect opportunity to get involved and have some fun! I am thankful every day to work with the most amazing staff and students here at Marion Center, and I look forward to more great events in the future.”

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Molly Spence
Molly Spence, Assistant Editor
"Remember there is good in this world, and bad, and ugly." -Unknown Welcome to The Stinger! My name is Molly Spence, I am a class of 2026 sophomore student and the assistant editor for The Stinger. I am involved in the Newspaper, Marion Center Marching Band as part of the color guard, Athena Club, United Way, and Plumville Belles as a majorette and assistant coach. When I'm not here at school, I am with my ducks. I have two ducks that mean the world to me. I love ducks, they're an important part of my life. This is my second year in Newspaper, and second year as assistant editor. I have been in ATHENA for two years and am currently one of the secretaries for the club. By being a part of The Stinger, I want to make everyone's voice heard and leave no one behind, because after all, we, Marion Center high school students, are all in this together.
Sabrina Larson
Sabrina Larson, Writer
“The dream begins most of the time, with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes you and leads you on to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called truth.”-Dan Rather    My name is Sabrina Larson. I am a Sophomore and I will graduate in the year 2026.  I am involved in music and theatre programs at the school, Athena Club, and I'm in the color guard within the Marching band. I hope to accomplish to learn lessons every day through writing.  I have always been fond of writing. It takes me on a journey like no other. This is my second year being an editor for the Stinger newspaper and I've never been happier working with a great team of friends.
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