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Student of the Week: 2-27-17

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Name: Emma Reddinger

Q: After-school activities:

A: I participate in soccer, Bible Club, and Sparks Club

 

Q: Favorite book, its author and why:

A: My favorite book is “The Longest Ride” by Nicholas Sparks because it is very interesting and keeps your attention the entire time. I also like it because it is a love story.

 

Q: Favorite band or musician and why:

A: My favorite musician is Lauren Daigle because she has an amazing voice and her songs have great meaning.

 

Q: Personal hero and why:

A: My Personal hero is my mom because she has helped me strive to become the person I am today, and she has always supported me in everything I do. Also, she is a wonderful role model.

 

Q: Preferred or dream career/job

A: I would like to become a dental hygienist.

 

Q: Highlight of your high school experience so far:

A: The highlight of my high school experience was my sophomore year when soccer team made it to the playoff.

 

Q: What is your favorite subject?

A: My favorite subject is anatomy.

 

Q: If you would create your own high school course, what would it be called and what would it teach?

A: I would create a movie analyzing class called “Movie Extravaganza”. We would watch the latest movies and analyze them. It would teach students how to create a quality.

 

Q: Name three things you would like to accomplish by age 30.

A: I would like to graduate from college, get a job as a dental hygienist, get married, and start a family by the time I am 30.

 

Q: If you could spend one year abroad, where would you go and why?

A: I would go to France so that I could see the Eiffel Tower in Pairs and shop at all of the fancy stores.

 

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