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By: Carissa Zawiski/ Sophomore Writer

RR: What are your plans after high school?

LS: “After High school, I will be learning to use a new communication device that may open many doors to countless opportunities. I will also be pursuing credits to further my education. I am very interested in writing so I am planning on using my new device to aid in this interest.”

RR: If you’re going to college, what will you major in?

LS: ” I will be taking online classes – undeclared major at this time.”

RR: Will you participate in any extracurricular activities at college? What will they be?

LS: “I will continue my therapeutic horseback riding and other therapies.”

RR: What clubs, organizations, sports, etc. have you participated in? And how long for each?

LS: “Therapeutic horseback riding for 14 years, water therapy for 6 years, and 4H for 1 year.”

RR: How do you anticipate the next few years will be compared to high school?

LS: “I anticipate having more freedom to choose my courses of study and plan for my future.”

RR: If you could have your dream job what would it be?

LS: “My dream job would be writing and creating cards for Hallmark. I would write books too.”

RR: What is your favorite high school memory?

LS: “Laughing and hanging out with friends.”

RR: Do you have a quote that helped you get through high school? If so, what is it?

LS: “I choose not to place DIS in my ability” – Robert M. Hensel

RR: What advice do you have for underclassmen?

LS: “Time flies, make every moment a good one and work hard.”

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