Seniors of the Month


Jones


Steiner


Bryce Jones and Annie Steiner are Seniors of the Month at West Liberty-Salem High School Here are their comments.

Bryce Jones

PARENTS: Tim and Chrissy Jones

School Activities and Awards: Basketball film crew, Baseball

If I were principal for a day: I would have a pizza party for the whole school then let everyone go home early.

Favorite school memory: Sitting back watching all the funny things students did in the lunch room

People who have been an inspiration to me include: My dad

Because: he is the one who taught me my values and has helped me get to where I am in my life. I wouldn’t be the same person without him.

My advice to parents: Keep your kids focused on school but don’t forget to let them be kids

My biggest regret: Not keeping my gpa as high as I could in my first few years of high school

Next year I will be: Attending Wright State University to become an engineer.

Annie Steiner

PARENTS: Doug & Ellen Steiner

School Activities and Awards: Drama Club, Musical, NHS, Calc Club, Choir, Honda Math Medal, Academic Excellence 4 Years

If I were principal for a day: I would ride around the school on an elephant and make a mandatory nap time.

Favorite school memory: Pajama Day

People who have been an inspiration to me include: My parents, friends, and teachers

Because: for better and for worse they have influence who I become.

Lately, I have been reading: Everything I can get my hands on

My advice to parents: High school students are always smart when you expect them to be stupid, and stupid when you expect them to be smart.

My biggest regret: I don’t have a pet puma.

Next year I will be: Attending Goshen College with a Major in Pre-Medicine and a second Major in either English or Music.

Jones
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Steiner
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Information submitted by the West Liberty-Salem school district.

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