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Wolf of the Month-Dax Towns


Dax is a 17-year-old senior on the Honor Roll with a 3.8 GPA. Dax names Mr. David Wilson (Art), Mr. Daniel Weirich (Social Studies), Mrs. Sherri Ramseier (Language), Ms. Morgan Reese (Ag), and Mrs. Sue Terrell (Business) as his favorite teachers. Some of Dax’s hobbies and interests outside of school include working on the farm, playing sports, hanging out with friends, riding 4-wheelers, and working on his pickup. When asked about his role models, Dax responded, “Both of my Grandpa’s and my dad. All three have shown me how to do things the right way, both in life and work.”
When asked to discuss an accomplishment that he is proud of, Dax responded, “My lawn-service business won a State Proficiency Award. I am proud of that because I started that business from scratch and the application process was long and difficult.” Dax shared that a ‘Fun-Fact’ about himself is that, “I am both the youngest and tallest in my class.” Dax was asked to discuss his future and stated, “I am going to attend Nebraska College of Technical Ag in the fall. Upon graduation, I hope to return to the family farm.” Dax’s advice to his fellow students is, “Get involved in school activities. Believe in yourself and don’t let other people’s negative noise bother you or throw you off track.”
Mr. Johnson had the following to say, “Dax is doing a nice job in the classroom where he has a 3.8 GPA, and is also heavily involved and holds leadership positions in several extracurriculars such as athletics, FFA, and Student Council to name just a few examples. Dax has a super easy-going personality and possesses the ability to hold a conversation with just about anyone—from a 3 year old preschooler to our community’s most “experienced” individuals and everyone in-between. Along with being highly personable, I find Dax to be very even keeled and steady in his outlook on life. I think these traits will continue to serve you well moving for-ward. Keep up the good work Dax and best of luck at college and beyond.”
Submitted by Myles Johnson, Superintendent


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