Senior Spotlight

                                                       by Savanah Baugh


With only eight days left for the senior class, the 2019 graduates are exceedingly focused on their grades, homework, finals, and especially graduation. Among this graduating class is senior Spencer Tyliski, who courteously donated his time to participate in an interview for our final Senior Spotlight article. He has been involved in FFA and the academic team throughout his years of high school and was asked questions about everything ranging from his post secondary plans to what his high school years have been like.

Q: Which event did you most look forward to this year? Did it live up to your expectations?

A: The National Convention for FFA. It met more than my expectations.

Q: Where do you see yourself in ten years?

A: Probably back in school, teaching hopefully.

Q: What has been your most challenging activity?

A: Reading The Grapes of Wrath.

Q: What three words best describe your senior year?

A: Short, fun, memorable

Q: How would you hope to be remembered?

A: Hopefully by my name. 

Q: Which subject do you think prepares you for life after high school? Why?

A: Health with Knox. It teaches you a lot about health; it’s just a good class to start with.