Seniors of the Month for March at Indian Lake High School are Kim Garrison and Steven Major. Here are their comments.
Parents: Debra and Richard Garrison, Lakeview
School Activities and awards: Meistersingers, Musical, Chorale, Ohio Ambassadors of Music, Vocal Jazz, Mad River Honors Choir, ONU Honors Choir, All County Choir, Windmill Awards Nominee, School play, National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Rotary Club Honors, Key Club President, SADD, Student Council, Spanish Club, Teachers Assistant, Journalism, School Announcements, Prom Decorating Committee, Presidential Award of Excellence and Honda Achievement Breakfast.
If I were principal for a day: I would serve iced coffee in first period and have a field trip for everyone to the zoo.
Favorite school memory: My favorite school memory is playing Ariel in Disney’s The Little Mermaid musical and when the students in Mr. Tennant’s Freshman English class thought I was their substitute teacher.
People who have been an inspiration to me: My Director/teacher Joyce King, English teacher Brian Levingston, Anatomy teacher Blythe Moorhouse and my family
Lately I’ve been reading: The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck
My advice to parents: Be there for your kids. Go to every sporting event, performance and awards banquet because before you know it, there won’t be any more and your child will be away at college.
My biggest regret: Growing up too fast and stressing over the little things.
Next year I will be: Next year I will be studying Allied Health Sciences at the University of Cincinnati to become a pediatric speech pathologist.
Parents: Charles and Gloria Major
Address: Russells Point
School Activities and awards: Football, Wrestling Baseball, FFA, Key Club, Rotary Club Honors, and SADD.
If I were principal for a day: I would have a day for all students to watch movies and have food in class.
Favorite school memory: My favorite school memory is making the playoffs, winning the CBC conference in football and qualifying for the State Wrestling tournament.
People who have been an inspiration to me: I’m inspired by my parents, coaches, teammates and friends.
Lately I’ve been reading: The Golden Compass, by Phillip Pullman
My advice to parents: My advice is to let your kids be who they want to be.
My biggest regret: My biggest regret is not being able to attend all the school events that I wanted to go to.
Next year: I will be working to get my degree in Criminal Justice at a four-year college where I can continue in athletics.
Information submitted by the Indian Lake school district.