Extracurricular activities: Queens, the women’s group at GCCP, and the manager for the GCCP girls’ flag football team
Q: Why were you interested in running for Homecoming Court?
A: I was interested in running for Homecoming Court because I was a pretty well-known person, but I never thought of running for the court. But, as time went on, I really thought about it. I thought maybe winning would be very nice and a great experience for me.
Q: Describe how you felt during Spirit Week, leading up to the dance.
A: I felt very good and excited with all the love and support I was getting but also definitely felt nervous and scared.
Q: Describe how you felt finding out you won.
A: When I won and my name was announced, I stood there for a moment and then it hit me that I won. From there, I was just really happy and full of excited energy.
Q: How do you want to set an example for your peers?
A: I want to set an example for my peers by taking this event/experience and showing others that it is okay to take a leap to do something you never have before. It can really turn out to be a good experience and moment in the end.
Q: If you had the power to do something as a member of the Homecoming Court, what would you do?
A: If I had the power to do something as a member of the Homecoming Court, I would try to create a group that encourages kids to go for actions that they are afraid to leap into and show them that there is not always a bad outcome and that, sometimes, there could be a good ending.
Q: What do you want to do after you graduate GCCP?
A: Go to a four-year college and pursue one of my set pathways like business, financing, marketing, accounting, doing hair, and more. I want to make really good money to live more comfortably.