Seniors of the Month


The West Liberty-Salem Seniors of the Month of October are Olivia Ames and Connor Glock. Here are their comments.

Olivia Ames

PARENTS: Marty & Sarah Ames

School Activities and Awards: Volleyball, softball, Link Crew, Key Club, iPad Committee President, Student Council, Choir

Awards: homecoming court freshman and senior year, National Honor Society

If I were principal for a day: I would give everyone recess

Favorite school memory: 8th grade class trip to Washington DC and the bus ride to and from.

People who have been an inspiration to me include: Grandma Sally

Because: She always kept a positive attitude and never gave up. She could face the biggest challenges and work her way through it without complaining.

Lately, I have been reading: School related material

My advice to parents: Let your kids try new things, even if it is something you don’t like. If you want your kids happy then give them the opportunity to be happy.

My biggest regret: Not attending every athletic event with my friends. They are starting to come to an end so I try to cherish every moment.

Next year I will be: Attending college, undecided right now. Majoring in Accounting

Connor Glock

PARENTS: Melissa and Steve Glock

School Activities and Awards: -Captain of the football team, -Quick Recall team, -NHS Vice President, -Key club member

If I were principal for a day: If I were principal for a day, I would take the day off but make everyone else go a full day.

Favorite school memory: My favorite memory is playing in my first home high school football game.

People who have been an inspiration to me include: My mother

Because: She is kind, trustworthy, and caring.

Lately, I have been reading: Lord of the Flies

My advice to parents: Allow your kids to be independent and learn from their mistakes.

My biggest regret: My biggest regret is never seeing Peyton Manning (My favorite Athlete) play in person.

Next year I will be: Hopefully attending the Ohio State University for engineering



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