Interview with Kathy Stapleton
QUESTION 2
PAUL STECKLER:

So, I remember back when I was in high school and you go through all these lower rungs looking forward to being the king of the hill, the, the top of the-. Tell me what your expectation was in terms of, of Southie. I mean, what was South Boston High good for in terms of, of high school?

KATHY STAPLETON:

South Boston High, I remember I was excited to be a senior; being a senior always made you important. And, it meant your classes eased up a little. You did have a lot more fun than you had the previous years, because hopefully you had your grades in order, and you're all set to go on. Um, it was a wonderful school. We had a great time. I had a great three years at South Boston High School up until going into my senior. So, I expected my senior year to be a continuation of the previous good three years that I had. I was doing well. I had a lot of friends. I was having a lot of fun. I was an--I was anticipating a great year.