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Senior Spotlight

Brooke Ryder

Future Plans: Attend Massachusetts college of Pharmacy and Health Sciences to dual degree in Pre-med/ Physician Assistant studies

Extracurricular Activities: Soccer, Basketball, NHS, SADD, Student Council and Sprit Club

Best High School Memory: Winning a state championship and senior year

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: Parents, friends, every single one of my teachers & coaches

 

Jasmine Newborn

 

 

Future Plans: SUNY Broome

Extracurricular Activities: Liberty Partnerships, Book Club, Varsity Cheerleading.

Best High School Memory: My best high school memory was when the Hershey Park music department trip.

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: Tracy Parker has influenced me to be the person I am today and I couldn’t thank her enough. Thank you so much for always guiding me in the right path. You always had faith in me when no one else did. I’m more than grateful to have you in my life. 

 

Amber Adams

 

 

Future Plans: SUNY Broome and then SUNY Cortland for Elementary Education

Extracurricular Activities:

SADD, class secretary, tennis

Best High School Memory: Attending sporting events with friends

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: My mom because she has always had my back and supported me with any choices I make

 

Mason McCormack

 

 

Future Plans: West Virginia University

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball, Football, Spirit Club

Best High School Memory: Pep Rallies/Homecoming/Prom

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: I would like to thank my parents for turning me into the man I am today, I’m truly grateful for everything they’ve done for me and I wouldn’t be where I was today without them.

 

Nina Axton

 

 

Future Plans: Attending SUNY Broome for Musical Theater and Film

Extracurricular Activities: Drama Club

Best High School Memory: Performing in the musical each year

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: Tracy Parker has been such a wonderful influence on my life. Tracy treated everyone with kindness and always inspired me to do my best academically and to be the best version of me. So thank you so much Tracy for getting me through high school, I’m going to miss you so much.

 

Jason Osborne

 

Future Plans: Workforce

Extracurricular Activities: Bowling

Best High School Memory: BOCES

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: Mr Hutchinson thank you

 

Esther Valentine

 

 

Future Plans: I’m going to Geneva College to pursue a degree in English Secondary Education.

Extracurricular Activities: Volleyball, Indoor and Outdoor Track, Softball, NHS, YES! Leads, Band, Pep Band, and Badminton.

Best High School Memory: My best high school memory would be hosting a school wide volleyball tournament to raise money for Mental Health Awareness. The tournament was a blast!

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: I have to give credit to Mr. Mindemann for influencing me to be who I am today. He has played a major role in how I have developed as a learner, he has become an educational role model that I aspire to mimic in the future, and a person who’s characteristics I value. He has pushed me to become a better writer, and he inspired me to become an English teacher. A very special thank you to Mr. Mindemann!

 

Sierra Root

 

 

Future Plans: SUNY Broome

Extracurricular Activities: NHS, SADD, varsity volleyball, varsity Outdoor track and field, varsity indoor track and field

Best High School Memory: Playing volleyball

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: I want to thank both my parents, Dusty and Stacey Root, for always loving and supporting me in everything I do.

 

Ilma Halilovic

 

 

Future Plans: College for Mechanical Engineering

Extracurricular Activities: Student Council

Best High School Memory: My best high school memory from sv was being in the homecoming parade.

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: Someone who was influential to me becoming who I am today is the lunch lady from the middle school. Every day when I was in middle school, I would have a conversation with her. she would always put a smile on my face. she convinced me to always say hello to people and be there for people when they need someone. In high school, i wouldn't be able to go see her back in the middle school but I would say "good morning ladies" to the office ladies. it had helped me open my eyes to see that a school isn't about the students and the teachers. it is also about the lunch ladies, nurses, guidance counselors, etc. we can't do it without them.

 

Mikayla Bergman

 

 

Future Plans: Attend the University at Buffalo for psychology then continue onto law school.

Extracurricular Activities: Cheerleading, volleyball, track, mock-trial, model united nations, and national honor society.

Best High School Memory: I will never forget Mr. Brice’s class and preforming at the Saber Snow Show! 

Someone who was influential to you becoming who you are today: I have so many teachers to thank like Mr. Brice, Mr. Swingle, Mr. Cordisco, Ms. Marris, and Mrs. Merrell. I want to give an extra special thank you to Mrs. Butts for always believing in me and for helping me get to where I am today.

 

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