Senior Spotlight

                                                By Savanah Baugh

Senior year has been said to be a time of independence and growth. You start thinking about what college you might want to attend and you create long lasting memories with your friends and classmates. The last few months are especially memorable. You get to attend prom, go on your senior trip and finish up finals. Most importantly though, you finally get the chance to graduate.

In her years of high school, Rian Goddard has participated in basketball, track, and softball and has been a member of NHS and yearbook. She is also Senior Class President.

Q: Have you acquired a nickname during your years of high school?

A: Just different versions of how to say my name: Reon, Rean, etc.

Q: Who has been your favorite teacher?

A: Mrs. Wilson

Q: Who are you most often seen with?

A: My sister, Kirsten, my boyfriend, Justin, or my friend, Madi

Q: What is your favorite high school memory?

A: Probably being a part of the docudrama

Q: What are your future plans?

A: I’m going to college and becoming a physical therapist.

Q: What will you miss the most about high school?

A: Being a part of sports and my friends