Senior of the Month: January
Congratulations to Isabelle Riegle on receiving the January Senior of the Month! Here are some questions we asked her:
What will you miss most about high school?
-I will miss the familiarity of high school and my friendships with teachers, classmates, and friends. I have grown up at Arlington and am so thankful for the way that high school has prepared me for the future.
What is your favorite high school memory?
-My favorite high school memory was spending time with my classmates as we prepared for the junior class play. It was a blast to mess around and laugh together during rehearsals and performances.
What are your future plans?
-I plan to attend The Ohio State University majoring in Medical Laboratory Science, with hopes of working in a hospital laboratory.
Who is your role model?
-My role model is my mom because she is patient, kind, and teaches me so much about everything. She is exactly the kind of mother I hope to be.
What is your favorite subject?
-My favorite class is biology, which is why I want to work in the medical field.
What is your biggest fear?
-My biggest fear is probably of drowning or of sharks (although I love going to the beach).
What are some of your hobbies?
-Some of my hobbies are baking, listening to podcasts, and surfing Pinterest.
Here is what the staff has to say about Isabelle:
“An inquisitive thinker, a creative mind, an optimistic attitude, a humble nature, and a joyful spirit. All of these describe our Senior of the Month, Isabelle Riegle! Not only does she carry around a contagious and genuine smile, she is engaged in every lesson or discussion and she is dedicated to being a supportive peer, a friendly helper, and a committed student. I appreciate Izzy's willingness to make our school a better place to be and encourage others to learn from her. Congratulations, Izzy!”
“Izzy is a ray of sunshine in the classroom. She is open-minded, eager to learn, and is always supportive of her classmates. Izzy’s motivation, intelligence, and kindness towards others will propel her into a bright future. Congratulations Izzy!”
“Izzy is positive, kind, and makes everyone feel welcomed. She is eager to learn and asks inquisitive questions. She is a great resource for students who need help. As the secretary of SNHS, she has been implemental in starting the massive planning process for the Elementary Science Festival.”
“Izzy is one of those students that are one-of-a-kind. She has incredible qualities: kind, caring, thoughtful, perseveres through problems, responsible, proactive, and inquisitive, to name a few. I enjoy having Izzy in class and she's an ideal role model for other students.”