School subject: Math (specifically trigonometry and statistics)
Extracurricular activity: Cheerleading
Hobbies: Cheerleading and band
Car: Dodge Charger
Musical artist: Tim McGraw
Movie: The Notebook and Bridesmaids
TV show: Law and Order: SVU
Cafeteria food must-have: Fruit
Last book read that wasn’t required: Safe Haven
Pet peeve: Misuse of your and you’re, to, too, and two, and their and they’re
Person most admired: My grandma
Person I’d like to meet: Randy from Say Yes to the Dress
Items always in my locker: Books, pens, pencils, and pictures.
First job: Hostess at Jed’s Barbecue and Brew
Top accomplishment: Getting an offer to cheer for Notre Dame College
After-graduation plans: I will attend the University of Toledo and major in early childhood education with a minor in photography.
Career goal: I hope to become a third -rade teacher and be able to coach the local high school cheer squad. Additionally, I would enjoy working part-time as a photographer.
Quote from teacher: “Natalie has demonstrated a strong work ethic throughout her four years in high school,” said Susan Lowry, English teacher. “She has set herself apart with her attention to detail, with her diligence in meeting deadlines and with her exemplary participation. Natalie handles a busy schedule with ease and uses her extracurricular activities and volunteer work as a means to stay organized and focused.”
— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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