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EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | Apr 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Scott and Lynnette Thompson; Sister: Ashley Thompson

Hobbies/ Activities: Make money and chill with friends

Being a Senior Means: That I’m almost done with school

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? That you can do anything you put your mind to.

Greatest Accomplishment: Graduating high school

Future Plans: Make money

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | Apr 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Shane and Janet Noll; Siblings: Hali and Emily Noll

Hobbies/ Activities: Powerlifting and singing.

Being a Senior Means: Finding out high school was just a small part of my life and realizing there are many new adventures ahead of me.

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook: “Ice Ice Baby” from my sophomore Pop’s Concert.

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? A picture from my first and last All-State chorus performance.

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? Mrs. Strube telling me to pursue what makes me happy.

Greatest Accomplishment: Setting three national powerlifting records.

Advice to Underclass: Don’t sweat the small stuff or you’ll miss out on the important things.

Future Plans: Go to college.

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | Apr 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Randy and Linda Nieman; Brothers: Randall and Zachary Nieman; Dogs: Ginger, Charlie, and Leo.

Hobbies/ Activities: Taking pictures, drinking coffee and spending time with friends and family.

Being a Senior Means: Being a senior means the last of everything. Senior year is the time where you get one last try to get involved, and put forth your best effort in High School. It may be a sad time for some, but being a senior means that new doors are about to open.

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? Senior Homecoming Week

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? “Mondays are great.” Mr. Pickett

Greatest Accomplishment: Being a member of NHS, the President of the senior class, and being nominated onto Homecoming Court were my greatest accomplishments my senior year.

Advice to Underclass: Don’t stress too much because it won’t matter in a year; be yourself and be as involved as much as you can.

Futuree Plans: I plan to attend Iowa State and major in Interior Design.

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | Apr 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Harold Lowman and late Mellissa Lowman; Sisters: Samantha Huberty and Lisa Lowman. Brothers: Joey and Alex Lowman.

Hobbies/ Activities: My hobbies/ activities are band and vocal. Also, I like to hang out with my friends and family in my free time.

Being a Senior Means: Being a senior means that you are the role model who everyone looks up to.

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook. A high school event that should be placed in the video yearbook is senior survivor.

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? A memory from high school that I would include in a time capsule would be a class picture of us all at graduation just for people to look back on.

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? One thing I learned from a teacher is KFC. Mr. Riley would always tell us about KFC for keep, flip, and change.

Greatest Accomplishment: My greatest accomplishment would probably be getting through high school with good grades.

Advice to Underclass: Advice to underclass is to always study and to listen in class.

Future Plans: My future plans is to go to Iowa Lakes for two years and then see if I want to go to a four-year college to become a teacher or run a day care.

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | Apr 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Kristyn Simington and The Late Randy Simington, Siblings: Chance and Katie Simington, Jeremy and Angie Simington, Adam Simington, Alissa and Jake Leeper

Hobbies/ Activities: Throughout high school I have been involved in softball, volleyball, student council, concert choir and show choir, and have served as the Service Chair of the EHS National Honor Society.

Being a Senior Means: To me being a senior means that you are a leader. It’s a year in which you can celebrate your accomplishments and spend time with your friends. A senior should be a role model who underclassmen look up to.

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook. Some of the best events in high school would be the cheering in the student section at all of the sporting events.

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? My favorite memories from high school would have to be from softball. One of the best memories was being the only team from the Lakes Conference in the 2014-2015 season to beat Spirit Lake.

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? One lesson that I will always remember from Mrs. Schany was, “It’s okay that you got a bad grade, the sun will still come up tomorrow.”

Greatest Accomplishment: One of my greatest accomplishments would be receiving Second-Team All-conference as a freshman and First-Team All-conference as a sophomore in softball.

Advice to Underclass: Always treat your teachers with respect and don’t worry too much. Enjoy each day with your friends and never take the time spent doing the things you love for granted. Try new things while you have the chance. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Future Plans: I plan to attend Iowa Lakes in the fall of 2017 to complete my generals and then transfer to a four-year university to major in nursing.