2020 Vision:(Sydney Eggleston, Rebecca Savidge, Jake Tovinsky, Dan Stinger)

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We are back with this weeks 2020 Vision: The Seniors. We are now almost half way through the school year and graduation is closely approaching for our senior class! Going from Audubon students and athletes to future Engineers, Nurses, and Teachers, the class of 2020 has a bright future. Continue reading to see what some of these students plans are for the future.

First we have Soccer star, Sydney Eggleston:

Q. What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. I’m going to the Army Reserves college in South Carolina.

Q. What is your favorite memory from high school?

A. My favorite memory is being the Soccer State Champs of 2018.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes?

A.  Study for the SATs, and even get a tutor.

Q. What are you going to miss the most when you leave high school?

A. Definitively the sports: softball, soccer, and track!

Q. Who or what has influenced you most throughout your high school career?

A. My guidance counselors, they helped navigate my future and keep my grades up, pushing me to do my best.

 

Next, we have some great advice from Rebecca Savidge:

Q. What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. I want to go to college to be a Special Education Teacher.

Q. What is your favorite memory from high school?

A. Probably Cross Country. I got to meet a lot of people and have fun with my team.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes?

A. Don’t procrastinate. Deadlines come up faster than you think. To be successful you have to take the time to work seriously.

Q. What are you going to miss the most when you leave high school?

A. All of the people I’ve had the pleasure to meet. All my friends and teachers that have helped me through the years.

Q. Who or what has influenced you the most throughout your high school career?

A. Mr. Cramer. He’s helped me so much as a coach and a teacher. I’ve learned the value of hard work, perseverance, and the ability to overcome. I also learned how to be a leader. All of these things have helped me so much in life already and I know they will help me in the future.

 

Our next interview is with future Engineer, Jake Tovinsky:

Q. What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. Engineering and Draftsman.

Q. What is your favorite memory from high school?

A. Ron Knopf and Danny Stinger playing basketball IVI.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes?

A. High school flies by in the blink of an eye, so enjoy it.

Q. What are you going to miss the most when you leave high school?

A. Everyone and Mrs. Arcolesse.

Q. Who or what has influenced you the most throughout you high school career?

A. My brother, because he told me to work hard for what I want.

 

Finally we have future nurse, Daniel Stinger:

Q: What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. I want to get my Nursing degree.

Q. What is your favorite memory from high school?

A. Rivalry wrestling matches.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes?

A. Do your homework.

Q. Who or what has influenced you the most throughout your high school career?

A. Mr. Seybold. He pushed me to do my best.