2018 New Year's Resolutions
“To be more fit, eat healthier, maintain weight, and live a prosperous year!”
“I’m buying a new vehicle in 2018. Possibly a Jeep, which has always been my goal.”
“My resolution is to be more clear within myself and then communicate with others the WHY in the things we do.”
—Robert Gray III, director of curriculum and instruction at Salt River Schools
“For 2018, one of my resolutions is to read more books. To accomplish this, I set myself a goal to make sure to read at least one book every month. I want to get lost in good books and to experience classics and new books.”
“Continue to eat right and exercise.”
—Mervin Sisto, Sr.
“A healthy and successful life for my family, my friends and myself.”
“We’ve had a couple of deaths in my family, so [my resolution is] just for us to be joyous and to get together as a family sometimes. Death can separate families, and I just want our family to be how we were when we were younger.”
“I would like to save more money.”
"To continue on a path of being healthy, reaching goals of losing weight and to make 2018 fun."
“To hang out with family more and to do better in college. ”
"To serve my Community better in the New Year."
- Chester Mack
“I have long known that vegetables have numerous nutrients and vitamins that the body needs, but I recently found that vegetables also have many properties that help the body repair itself. Because of that I will make a concerted effort to eat more vegetables.”
—Dr. Louis Laffitte Jr., Salt River Schools Superintendent