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EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | May 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Shawn and Jennifer Connelly; Sister: Ashton; Dog: Riley.

Hobbies/ Activities: Playing basketball, running track, being with friends and family

Being a Senior Means: It’s time to grow up and figure out what you want to do with your life.

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook. The homecoming bonfire.

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? Homecoming 2016

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? “There’s lifters, there’s leaners, and there’s inbetweeners.” Coach Dunlap

Greatest Accomplishment: Earning a varsity letter in track every year since I was a freshman.

Advice to Underclass: Take advantage of the time you have. It goes by faster than you think.

Future Plans: I plan on attending Iowa Lakes for one year and earning my AA, then I plan on transferring to UNI to finish my education.

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | May 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Lisa Zurmely and Kent Clark; Sister: Cassidy Clark; Brother: Kaleb Zurmely

Hobbies/ Activities: Football, wrestling, track, and vocal. I also enjoy hanging out with friends during free time.

Being a Senior Means: Leading the school with honor, respect, and integrity.

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook. Homecoming coronation

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? Senior year of football.

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? I have learned that you are always capable of more than you are right now.

Greatest Accomplishment: Homecoming king

Advice to Underclass: Prioritize your work and finish it on time. Do not procrastinate.

Future Plans: Attend Hawkeye Community College studying Criminal Justice. Then, transfer to University of Iowa.

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | May 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Jill and Randy Loomis; Brother: Chad Loomis

Hobbies/ Activities: Cross country, track, dance, concert choir, vocal jazz, and show choir

Being a Senior Means: Being a senior means finally closing one chapter of your life and starting a new one

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook. State Dance

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? My sophomore year when both girls and boys cross country teams made it to State.

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? “Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.” – Mrs. Moffitt

Greatest Accomplishment: Being a three-time cross countrystate qualifier

Advice to Underclass: Have fun and enjoy high school because it goes by fast and you won’t get these four years back

Future Plans: Attend a four-year university

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | May 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: BJ and Jill Schany; Brother: Nick; Sister Abbie

Hobbies/ Activities: Football, wrestling, golf, baseball

Being a Senior Means: Being a senior means to me that I am nearing the end of being a highschooler.

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook. Homecoming week

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

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? “Look people in the eye.” – Coach Dunlap

Greatest Accomplishment: Academic Letter

Advice to Underclass: Don’t wish away your time in high school.

Future Plans: Attend the University of Northern Iowa.

EHS Senior Spotlight

By Staff | May 4, 2017

Parents/Family: Parents: Jeff and Tammy Naig; Siblings: Paige and Alexa and a dog Buddy.

Hobbies/ Activities: I participate in basketball, volleyball, track, choir, vocal jazz, musicals, show choir, and piano. I also enjoy spending time with my friends and family, baking, and boating.

Being a Senior Means: Being a senior means setting an example for the school system and enjoying one last year of being in high school.

Describe a High School event that should be placed in the video yearbook. Our junior and senior year powder puff games.

What would be one memory from high school that you would include in a time capsule? A video of our fall musical Oklahoma.

What is one thing you learned from a teacher that you will never forget? “We do not cry in track.” Mrs. Strube

Greatest Accomplishment: Being able to participate in multiple sports and music organizations while keeping my grades high.

Advice to Underclassman: Do your best to enjoy every day in high school no matter what it holds.

Future Plans: Attend a four-year college for business or mathematics and play basketball.