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Wolf of the Month-Kye Towns

Kye Towns is an 18-year-old senior on the High Honor Roll. Kye’s favorite subjects are ag and history and he could not name a favorite teacher, as he says he loves them all. Some of Kye’s hobbies and interests outside of school include working on the farm, building things, and working on vehicles. Kye names his parents (Jess and Chad) and grandparents as his role models and states, “They have taught me everything I know and set an example of how to act and carry yourself. I aspire to be as successful as my role models have been.” Kye shared that a “fun-fact” about himself is, “Through the NRA I have received the marksman, sharpshooter, and distinguished expert awards for my shooting.”
When asked to discuss an accomplishment that he is proud of, Kye responded, “I was recently able to buy my first welder and tools to start my own business after many years of work.” When asked to discuss a future goal, Kye stated, “I plan on attending a technical school and then return to the family farm, while also running a mobile welding and repair business on the side.” A piece of advice Kye offers to his classmates is, “Work hard for what you want and don’t be scared to fail. Show respect where respect is due, and you will be successful in your high school career.”
Mr. Johnson states, “Kye excels in the classroom and has been a constant on the High Honor Roll throughout high school. He is also heavily involved in extracurriculars such as FFA and football. Kye is one of the most even-keeled and reliable people you will ever meet. His quiet, steady demeanor, paired with his strong work-ethic makes him an excellent leader by example for our younger students. No matter what challenges and obstacles life throws at him, Kye never gets rattled and just puts his head down and works. Congratulations on being selected as Wolf of the Month Kye, and best of luck on all your future aspirations and adventures!”
Submitted by Myles Johnson, Superintendent

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