"Do you play any sports?" "I like playing [softball] and being involved. I’ve played for nine years. I want to keep playing in college."
"Do you travel often?" "I go out on a lot of hikes; I go Glacial Park. I went to New Mexico a couple years ago, and we went hiking in the mountains. I've been on a cruise to the Bahamas. I've been to Disney twice, and next year will be my third time."
"If money and time were not a concern what would you do?" "I would play basketball all the time in NYC with the New York Knicks."
"How would you describe your style?" "Warm, for my style cause I like warm sweatshirts a lot. Typing because I like being on the computer, and fast because that's kind of the way I like things to go."
"Can you tell me about your trip this summer?" "I studied abroad in Portugal with an environmental science group."
"When did you start riding horses?" "I got into [horseback riding] in fourth grade. I kinda didn't know what I was doing because no one in my family does horses or anything ... but it wound up being this huge thing."
"If you could give one message to the students of RB about high school, what would it be?" "I’d say that it really doesn't matter what people think of you and I know that sounds stupid and cliche but honestly I don't care what anyone in my class thinks of me. I could go up to any single one of them and comfortably say what I am thinking to them and I think everyone really needs that mind set going...
"Why do you like racing cars?" "It's the adrenaline rush that I get when I race, that I love so much."
"How would you describe yourself?" "I'm addicted to working out, and I strive to be a person everyone can come to for advice."
"How do want others to see you?" "I would want others to see me as happy, positive, and a good influence."
"What is your favorite passtime?" "I like to ride my horse in the woods because its an escape from the rest of the world."
"Why do you love music?" "If something isn't going right, music will help. It's always there."
Mary Kate Spohr
"Who do you think has influenced you most in your life?" "Probably my parents because I feel like the way I am today, the way I treat other people, has a lot to do with them and how they raised me."
Mrs. Beth Marshall
"If there is one thing you wanted people to know about you what would it be?" "I take my job seriously, and I want to encourage my students to do them best, be able to admit mistakes, and have the ability to move on."
"What are your plans for after school?" "After high school I would like to go to college. I want to major in dance. I can't wait for what the future has in store."
"Would you ever want to live somewhere else?" "Right now I wouldn't want to move, but eventually I want to live in Cali."
"What do you want to do when your older?" "I want to learn more about make up artistry and what happens behind the camera."
"What's something you strongly believe in?" "Well feminism. I just think that people should just be treated like people. No one is less or more than anyone else. We're all just people. I don't understand why people are treated differently. I think that everyone should just be treated with respect and love."
"If you could have eaten anything last night, what would it have been?" "If I could have eaten anything last night it would have been brownies dipped in pudding."
“Have you ever won an award or had other special recognition for something you did?” “Last year, I was in the Stem plus [club] … It was kind of a process over a couple years. I first started when I was in fifth grade and it was just: build a paper airplane and see how it flies. Then in seventh grade, we built styrofoam RC planes… We did all the wiring … ourself, and we attached it to...
"When did you start to get into technology? What made you become interested in it?" "I started to get interested in technology since I got my first iPod Touch. All my older brothers and friends had iPhones, and I knew I wouldn't get one until I graduated 8th grade. I looked forward to getting a new phone, and did a lot of research because I was so excited to get a phone; it was all I looked forward...