KIRKSVILLE — Caleb Foglesong, 18, is a senior and the student body president at Kirksville High School. He plans to start college at Truman State University this fall. His family owns several businesses and is one of the more well-to-do families in Kirksville. From that standpoint, he analyzes the class divide within the high school and shares his theory of what makes children — lower or middle class — become successful in life.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Caleb Foglesong, 18, Kirksville
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