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Amy Hill

Amy Hill, JagWire reporter/photographer

This is senior Amy Hill’s first year on the JagWire staff. At Mill Valley, she is involved with theater and is a manager for the cross country team. Outside of school, Amy can be found riding her bike, working at Crumbl Cookies or hanging out with her family and friends. In her free time, Amy likes to make scrapbooks, write stories, paint, draw, read, watch TV/movies and play games. She likes to try new things that she had never done before and she is very thrilled to be a part of the JagWire staff for 2021-2022.

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Amy Hill: Dont Give Up

Amy Hill: Don’t Give Up

Amy Hill, JagWire reporter/photographer
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Listening to senior Damara Stevens’ presentation, some team captains participate in the meeting after school to prepare for the event Friday, April 8.

[Photo] Relay for Life event makes final preparations

Kaitlyn Burke, JagWire reporter/photographer
April 22, 2022
Holding her guitar, sophomore Addisyn White practices a song for Jazz Band on Wednesday, Jan. 28.

Band and Choir classes prep for upcoming performances

Amy Hill, JagWire reporter/photographer
January 29, 2022
Senior Elisabeth Peters shows her small device called t-slim that can help her to take control of her blood sugar on Nov. 13

[Photo] Bringing awareness to American Diabetes Month

Madelyn Welch, JagWire Writer/Photographer
November 20, 2021
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