Susquehanna Valley

logo
Senior Spotlight
 
 

 

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.

 

Susquehanna Valley Central School District - 1040 Conklin Rd. Conklin, New York 13748 - (607) 775-0170

Educational Software created by eSchoolView