On January 6, 2003 I made my entrance into the world. I was born to two wonderful parents who would later move into a house in the small town of Dresser. It was in that house where our family grew with the additions of my sisters, Kaylee and Samantha. My sisters and I grew up with the passion of adventure and performance. To this day I still remember all of the dance and singing concerts performed in our basement with no one but my parents as audience. My parents encouraged creativity and it really showed as a child. My parents raised us with the Catholic faith and the belief that hard work will get you far.
I have always been very active and love to stay busy. I am involved in many clubs including student council, kinship, clowns, and NHS. I enjoy spending time with children and find myself signing up for every activity that gives me an opportunity to. Sports have always been a passion of mine. My dad exposed me to all athletic activities from the day I could walk. Thanks to all the time he spent with me, I am now I successful athlete and am improving everyday. I have been playing basketball, softball, and volleyball since kindergarten and am currently playing all three. Outside of my school basketball team, I am also on a club team called the Force. When playing for the force, I had the opportunity to travel to Chicago and Ames where we competed against the top teams across the state. Click here to see our schedual for the upcoming summer. I also have the chance to play for a club volleyball team,Club Red, where I get the chance to play with teammates outside and within my school.
As a child I always dreamt about becoming a teacher, but a lot has changed since then. I am now aware of the wide variety of occupations available to me and am having a difficult time choosing what I want to do. As of now, all I am sure of is that I will be attending college and possibly playing college basketball. My occupational goal is to provide a service of support to people, more specifically something like social work or therapy. Whatever occupation I go into, I hope to give back and influence others in need.