Look at All Those Chickens!!!

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Sydney Markos and Riley Hasset venture out to the back fence to say hello to the neighbor's chickens.

Sydney Markos and Riley Hasset venture out to the back fence to say hello to the neighbor's chickens.

Photo Credit: Karina Del Rio

Photo Credit: Karina Del Rio

Sydney Markos and Riley Hasset venture out to the back fence to say hello to the neighbor's chickens.

Danielle Swanson, Staff Writer

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This year Rosary Academy has some new, unexpected neighbors. They have been spotted on the backside of the school along the fence. If you haven’t seen them, you’ve definitely heard them. The Royal Reporter is here to find out about more about the chickens on the other side of the fence.

The chickens have become the unexpected mascots of Rosary Academy because they do a great job of embodying a Royal.

Photo Credit: Amelia Kennedy
Rosary’s favorite feathery friends on the other side of the fence.

Just like the average Rosary student, the chickens stick together and could talk forever. Just when the noise seems to die down, another chicken will begin a loud conversation with another chicken.

However, these chickens have a mischievous side to them. If someone invades their space, the chickens will not hesitate to show who’s in charge with a swift peck to the hand. In fact, the chickens have become very notorious for biting people. As a result, the owners have put up a caution sign warning students not to touch them.

Some students aren’t as amused by the chickens as others. Senior Lana Foley jokingly exclaims, “I hate the chickens; they’re super annoying, and I think they should be sent to Chick-fil-a.”

Junior Marisa Lopez disagrees. She elaborates, “The chickens are super cool; and they’re a nice distraction from the stress and anxiety from school.”

In an exclusive interview with the chickens themselves, the Royal community learns the chickens’ perspective on this relationship.

RR: So chicken, what is it like being a part of the Rosary community now?

Chicken #1: Bock, bock, bock, cluck.

RR: And what about you? How has moving next to Rosary changed your life?

Chicken #2: Cluck, cluck, cluck, bock.

RR: How do you feel when Rosary girls try to pet you through the fence?

Chicken #3: Bock, Bock, bock, bock, cluck, cluck, cluck, cluck.

Despite the chickens’ many quirks, most members of the Rosary community are fond of their new feathery friends. The students and the chickens may be separated by a fence, but the bond between them is unbreakable.

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