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Wolf of the Month-Camren Morris

CAMREN MORRIS—WOLF OF THE MONTH

Camren is a 14-year-old freshman.  When asked to name her favorite teachers, Camren replied, “All of them!” Camren is on the high honor roll and her favorite classes include Agriculture, English and Language Essentials.  Some of Camren’s interests outside of school include working with her 4-H animals, volleyball, basketball, reading, and hanging out with her family and friends.  Camren looks up to her Grandpa Freeman (or as Camren likes to call him, “Freem-cheese”) as her role model stating, “He is always positive, even in hard times.”

When asked to discuss an accomplishment that she is proud of, Camren responded, “I am proud that our JH basketball team made it to the championship both years I was in Junior High.” Camren stated that a ‘Fun-Fact’ about herself is that, “I love the TV show Friends.”  Camren was asked to discuss her future and stated, “A goal of mine is to get accepted into a good college.” Camren offers the following advice to her fellow students: “Always trust your gut feeling.”

On naming Camren ‘Wolf of the Month’, Mr. Johnson said, “Camren stood out to me this month due to her positive attitude and impressive work ethic.  Every time I see Camren, she always has a huge smile on her face and is super friendly and respectful.  She is excelling in the classroom, on the volleyball court, and is a great friend and role model for the rest of our student body.  Our school is very fortunate to have her and although just a freshman, I know Camren will continue to develop into one of our schools leaders and positive influences over the next four years.  Keep up the good work Camren! You are doing an awesome job and I look forward to seeing you have much success over these next four years and beyond!” Submitted by Myles Johnson, Superintendent

 

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