SENIOR PROFILES

We will be displaying Senior Profiles for the remainder of the week. These profiles will consist of answers to questions that were posed to them over the past week and a picture of the students.

Katrina Bolstad

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Katrina's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Getting everything done, feel like I am cramming everything in.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Enjoy it because it goes by really fast.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? A licensed cosmetologist and starting a family and own a home.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? Take it in because it goes by so fast.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Prom or senior prank

  6. Who are you inspired by? Not really inspired by anyone I just have people I don’t want to be like.

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Ms. Mhyre because she has always been there and she is awesome.

  8. What are your plans after high school? Going to the Salon Academy in Onalaska.

  9. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” my phone sadly.

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? People to be kinder

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Todd smashing a watermelon over his head last week.

RaeAnna Lee Aspenson

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RaeAnna's interview answers


  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Getting through school

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Stay in school

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Somewhere 10 years older

  4. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Seeing everyone at school again.

  5. Who are you inspired by? My pets

  6. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mrs. Wick, because she is Mrs. Wick.

  7. What are your plans after high school? Attend UW River Falls

  8. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” pizza

  9. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? For everything to be better than it is.

  10. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? When Mr. Zitzner blew up something and broke the ceiling.

Todd Holsten-Jensen

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Todd's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? The masks

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Get all your work done on time because it will catch up to you.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Stable job, own a house or apartment.

  4. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Moving here and punching a watermelon.

  5. Who are you inspired by? My real mom

  6. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mrs. Stovey, Ms. Mhyre, Ms. Chellevold, they helped me out throughout the year.

  7. What are your plans after high school? Moving to Westfield and getting a job

  8. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” coming to Crawford for senior year.

  9. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? Have a stable life

  10. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Jumping through boxes in the performance center, punching the watermelon and camping out in the parking lot.

Nathan William Zibrowski

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Nathan's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Preparing for the future and finishing up everything.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Not to think about it too hard because it’s not as difficult as you may think.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Graduated from college and I have my life together and am successful.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? Things just have a way of working out.

  5. Who are you inspired by? Mr. Ghormley

  6. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Ghormley because of the drive he can put into students. Mr. Ferrito because he is funny and has a good sense of humor

  7. What are your plans after high school? Planning on going to college

  8. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” people

  9. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? For everyone to wake up and figure their lives out.

  10. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Me and my friends pulling pranks on each other. Raiden hit me in the face with a sandwich so many times that the sandwich basically disintegrated.

Nevaeh Celcilia Peralta-Roe

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Nevaeh's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Caring about school still.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? On a yacht in the Bahamas.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? When you stop looking for a lover is when you find one.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Prom

  6. Who are you inspired by? Mr. Tripalin

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mrs. Robel because she helped me pass high school math and Mr. Ghormley because he helped me learn how to cope with my emotions.

  8. What are your plans after high school? Going to UW-Platteville

  9. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” McDonald’s.

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? We will all be at peace.

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Mr. Wettstein doing the soldier boy dance.

Nathaniel William Silvia

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Nathaniel's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Pretty straight forward

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? The rumor of being a senior is hard is not true and it’s a lot of fun and worth it.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Owning a house and property with a good paying job to support myself and my family.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? High School is going to be tough, deal with it.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Senior prank

  6. Who are you inspired by? Mr. Keenlance has inspired me.

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Keenlance because he has inspired me to pursue a career in outdoor power equipment.

  8. What are your plans after high school? Working at BAPI

  9. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” my knowledge I have gotten from school

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? Make the planet cleaner, even willing to work on electrical motors.

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? In gym during different games, funny things always seemed to happen.

Julia Wangen

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Julia's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Getting work in on time and avoiding senioritis because it is real. Not going fishing every day.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Don’t get into the drama and stay out of trouble because it is not worth it. Get into theater and clubs because that is worth it.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Starting a family and having a stable job.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? Don’t catch my parents hats or I will be thrown in the water. Don’t throw fish at anyone. Even if it’s in the water and it let’s go you still have a chance by jumping in after it.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Track season, got to meet a lot of new people and make new friends. When we were on a hybrid schedule, spending some of that time fishing and visiting friends.

  6. Who are you inspired by? By my mom because she is a really strong person and my dad.

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? In 3rd place Mr. Ferrito because he didn’t kill me when I dropped out of his class. In 2nd place Mr. Zitzner because he is a relative and I have to put him in his place. In 1st place is Mr. Ghormley because he was there for me a lot during tough times.

  8. What are your plans after high school? Attend UWSP for Natural Resources and business.

  9. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” fishing, family and friends.

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? Would love to see a lot less hate and more people being brought together with a sense of community.

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? When she hid a hot dog behind her back and asked Mr. Tripalin if she could put it on more car antennas.

Cierra Stevenson

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Cierra's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Getting ready for graduation parties and graduation itself.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Take hard classes your first year of high school

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Having a steady job and taking classes

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? Your enemies become your friends

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? It will be graduating

  6. Who are you inspired by? Mrs. Stovey

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Ghormley because he always teaches us about traveling and how to handle depression.

  8. What are your plans after high school? Go into the workforce

  9. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” teachers

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? More kindness

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Senior prank

Benjamin Jade Johannes-Benson

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Ben's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Being the person that everyone looks up to.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Look up to your peers

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Living the life

  4. What has been the highlight of your senior year? sports

  5. Who are you inspired by? Grandpa

  6. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Keenlance because it’s my favorite class.

  7. What are your plans after high school? Working construction on the road with my dad.

  8. Finish the sentence: “I could not live without……” my parents

  9. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? peace