2020 Vision: The Seniors (James Coleman, Tara Gannon, Riley Jakubowski, Chris Jimenez))

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Welcome back to 2020 Vision: The Seniors! Here’s our four outstanding seniors this week! Enjoy! 

First, we have James Coleman!

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

A: Attend RCGC for two years and transfer to a four year (not sure on major).

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school? 

A: Either the Palmyra vs Audubon Football game or the Lower Cape May vs Audubon basketball game. 

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

A: If you’re thinking about doing/trying something, do it.

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

A:  Sports. 

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

A: My coaches, because they helped me thrive in my sports and kept my grades where they needed to be. 

Next, we have Tara Gannon! 

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

A: I plan to go to college to major in journalism with a minor in psychology.  

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school? 

A: My favorite memory is seeing how competitive students get during the pep rally every year. 

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

A: Don’t push off any assignments, even if they are due in a week. It’s always better to get a headstart. 

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

A: I’m going to miss my science teachers the most. 

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

A: Mr. Niglio influenced me the most because his class made learning about science something I actively looked forward to.

Wow! After Tara, we have Riley Jakubowski! 

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

A: I’m going to RCSJ for special education, then transferring to Rowan University. 

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school? 

A: My favorite memory of my high school years have been coaching soccer. 

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

A: Stay in school. It can be tough, but you have to go day by day. 

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

A: I’m going to miss woodshop and art. You can’t always have the option of something you enjoy in college. 

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

A: Mrs. Mueller, because she has taught me to be myself and have fun.

Last but not least, we have Chris Jimenez! 

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

A: I’m thinking about going into the marines or becoming a mechanic. 

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school? 

A: My favorite memory is when my friends and I all got our licenses and we were all driving manual cars/ trucks. 

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

A: Always make time for homework and do your best on turning it in on time. 

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

A: I’m going to miss the feeling of being a kid. 

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

A: My past English teacher, Ms. Morrison, and my past Chemistry teacher, Mr. Sylvester. These two teachers helped me the most in high school by always being by our side and having the best conversations.