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.

Laura Leigh Eitsert

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Laura's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Getting stuff done.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? To work hard.

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

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? They make more every day.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Hanging out with friends and teachers.

  6. Who are you inspired by? Mrs. Stovey

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Ghormley because he helped us understand English better.

  8. What are your plans after high school? workforce

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

  10. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? sports

Marco Antonio Esparza

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Marco's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Finding the will to keep going through the end.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Take as many courses as you can and let it feed into your career. Think about college because it’s never too early. The knowledge from the classroom will benefit you in college.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Coming out of the peace core after undergrad law school and returning to “normal” life.

  4. What has been the highlight of your senior year? The senior prank in the parking lot

  5. Who are you inspired by? My mother

  6. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mrs. Brandl because she is so supportive and Mr. Cota because he is so likeable and a nice guy and knowing him on a personal level has been rewarding.

  7. What are your plans after high school? Hartwick College and major in political science and international relations with a minor in Spanish. Then I plan on going to the Albany School of Law.

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

  9. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? More united bond and educated population. Society of developed role models.

  10. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Mr. Zitzner kissing the pig.

Connor Thomas Gannon

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Connor's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Finishing the year and moving on from school

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Double up as much as possible. Do as much as you can when you are younger.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Heavy equipment operator

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

  5. Who are you inspired by? Hardworking people who like to get things done. go-getters.

  6. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Wettstein was the guy I always went to and Mr. Keenlance because I have a close connection with him.

  7. What are your plans after high school? Working for Anderson Excavation and attending the Wisconsin Operating Engineers- Training Center in Coloma.

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

  9. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? World peace and all this recent anger after the politics to just go away.

  10. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Quentin Lathrop bringing squirt guns and soaking a couple of teachers.

Sunshine Ray Nelson

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Sunshine's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Going to some of my classes

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? You're good kids and will graduate a better person than you are right now.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Working at the Tractor Supply

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? Go and paint and you will paint awesome.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Protecting some of my friends

  6. Who are you inspired by? Raiden Steele

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Wettstein because he is a fun person and I like doing things in his class.

  8. What are your plans after high school? Work at Tractor Supply

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

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? Taming tigers and mountain lions

Jacob Brian Olson

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Jacob's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Stay focused on school and not get ahead of yourself.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Get on your teachers good side and stay on their good side.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Fully functioning construction business with 3 or 4 different crews.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? To teepee the school your senior year.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? Getting to chase my dreams and work as hard as I can.

  6. Who are you inspired by? My parents

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Hubatch because I am interested in the business and personal finance stuff. Mr. Keenlance because he teaches all the hands on stuff and Mr. Zitzner because he’s a hoot in class.

  8. What are your plans after high school? Start my own construction business

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

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? Get up and go to work

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? When Mr. Zitzner did an experiment in class and blew a couple of ceiling tiles out of the ceiling.

Naedene H Puckett-Heisz

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Naedene's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? The random adult things and figuring out financial aid for college.

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Take the personal finance classes and try to get as many credits as you can.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? If all goes well I would have my own café.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? Measure it with your eyes and figure out what tastes good to you.

  5. What has been the highlight of your senior year? The freedom I feel being an adult

  6. Who are you inspired by? Mrs. Peterson, Ms. Mhyre, Mr. Ghormley and Lori Foley

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Ms. Mhyre because she makes the class fun.

  8. What are your plans after high school? SWTC for an associates degree in business management.

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

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? Would like the café to be a safe place for everybody and a place to stay for anybody that might need it.

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? At Boscobel I had a classmate that lost his shoe every time he kicked a ball.

Aubree Leigh Larson

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Aubree's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Trying to come to school at the end

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? The next four years are not that bad and it goes by really fast and at the end it’s kind of sad.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Have my own place and be grown up and have a family.

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

  5. Who are you inspired by? Kathy Schwartz because I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for her

  6. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Ms. Mhyre because she has always been there, listened to me and is a really nice person.

  7. What are your plans after high school? Go into the workforce and see where the road takes me.

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

  9. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? For the world to be peaceful

  10. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Hot dogs on the antennas

Thomas Jeffrey McCormick

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Thomas's interview answers

  1. What is the most challenging task as a senior? Wanting to show up to school

  2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Don’t get behind, it’s not worth it.

  3. Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? Stick around here and do my own thing.

  4. What is the strangest advice your parents ever gave you that turned out to be correct? You’ll miss your years in school.

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

  6. Who are you inspired by? My dad and my sister

  7. Who has been your favorite teacher at North Crawford and why? Mr. Ghormley, Dornink and Zitzner because they have been really cool, have patience and work with me the way I like to work.

  8. What are your plans after high school? I want to work at Vetesniks

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

  10. What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? Corona to be gone

  11. What is the funniest thing you remember from your years of schooling here? Hanging out in Dornink’s homeroom with Chase, Connor and Jake.

Ronnie Alec Hatlan

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