Seniors of the Month

Seniors of the Month
Posted on 12/21/2019
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Bethany GollidayCorbin Knief Seniors of the Month for December

Name: Bethany Golliday
Parents: Brent and Christina Golliday
Address: DeGraff

School Activities and Awards: 4-year letter winner softball and basketball, 3-year letter winner in volleyball, Honorable Mention CBC Basketball, 2nd Team CBC Basketball, Honorable Mention CBC Volleyball, 2nd Team CBC Volleyball, Honorable Mention District Volleyball, Honorable Mention CBC Softball, 1st Team CBC Softball, District Softball Honors, 4 years Presidential Scholar Athlete, Class Treasurer, Laker Leadership Council, 2 years Honda Achievement Breakfast Awards, National Honor Society, 4 years Choir, 3 years FFA, Key Club and SADD
If I were principal for a day: I would let students who drive have open lunch. I would also let students have their phones at school. 
Favorite High School Memory: My favorite memory is winning districts in softball my sophomore year and just seeing the community come together during that time. It was an amazing experience.

People who have been an inspiration to me include: I'm inspired by my mom, dad and sister. They do so much for me and they taught me that nothing is impossible.
Lately I've been reading:  Prospero's Daughter by Elizabeth Nunez
My advice to parents: Patience, patience. Every kid is going to mess up.
My Biggest Regret: I regret not getting involved our school's musicals. Next Year: I will be attending Mount Saint Joseph with an undecided major.

Name: Corbin Knief
Parents: Brian and Silvina Knief
Address: Lewistown

School Activities: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Pep Band, Middle School Pep Band, Jazz Band, Soccer, Track, Science Club, Welding Club, Robotics Club and National Honor Society

If I were principal for the day: I would bring back book bags, have the wifi fixed and declare it a day off school for all schools forever. 

Favorite School Memory: I enjoyed anytime I goofed off. 

People who have been an inspiration to me: 
I'm inspired by my family and my past senior friends. 

Lately I’ve been reading:  A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

My advice to parents: Support your kids in and out of school. 

My Biggest Regret: I regret not taking easier classes my senior year. 

Next Year I will be: I have not decided.