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Student of the Week

Trista Bowser

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Q: What are your hobbies and extracurricular school activities?

A: I play softball, I like to swim, and I enjoy spending time with my friends and family.

Q: When you get screen time, what are you viewing?

A: I mainly watch college softball, but when it’s not on I watch like cartoons for older kids.

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school so far?

A: I have made many memories with softball, and my favorite memory in high school is getting the Presidential Award for having good grades.

Q: Where is one place on the planet you would like to visit someday? Why?

A: I want to visit Bora Bora or France because Bora Bora’s waters are so blue and beautiful, and France is just absolutely beautiful.

Q: Favorite class subject and why:

A: My favorite class subject is Spanish because I get to learn a different language, and I help her decorate for all of the Spanish holidays.

Q: If you could have dinner with anyone from the past or present, who would it be?

A: I would like to have dinner with Michael Jackson.

Q: If you had to write a thank-you note to a person who has taught you an important lesson, who would it be? What lesson did you learn? 

A: I would write a letter to my mother because she is a very important person in my life. She has taught me many life lessons that I can’t even begin to count, but the biggest one is “the people that make fun of you in school won’t even matter out in the real world.”

Q: What is your passion, as of right now in high school? 

A: I want to become a doctor in the future, and I am trying with a passion to become one.

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