Name: Erin Jacobs
Parents: Gary and Elaine Jacobs
School activities and awards: Volleyball, Varsity L Club, Key Club, SADD, Spanish Club, National Honor Society, honor roll, senior class co-president, Honda Achievement Award, yearbook
If I were principal for a day: I would let everyone watch movies all day, and have mandatory nap time.
Favorite school memory: Being on prom committee, and junior year prom.
People who have been an inspiration to me: My brother Trevor because he always pushed himself to do his best in school, and also my cousin, Haley, because she always shows how to make the best in every situation.
Lately I’ve been reading: Newspaper articles from 1996 for my birthday paper.
My advice to parents: Encourage your kids to do what they want to do, and support every single decision they make.
My biggest regret: I have none.
Next year I will be: Attending Wright State University and majoring in chemistry.
Name: Daniel Fry
Parents: Randy and Terri Fry
School Activities and Awards: Buckeye Boys State, Key Club, Key Club President/Vice-President/Treasurer, National Honor Society, SADD, Spanish Club, Science Club, Senior Class Treasurer, Soccer, 2-Year Soccer Captain, Indoor Soccer, Cross Country, Basketball, Swimming, Track & Field, Musical Backstage Light & Sound Crew, Blood Donor, Homecoming Escort, Prom Committee, Channel 1 ½ News Crew, Bible Study, Teacher Assistant, Honda Achievement Breakfast, Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance Award, 99% Attendance Award, Indian Lake Chorale Meritorious Service Award, CBC Scholar Athlete Award, Soccer CBC Sportsmanship Award, Soccer CBC Special Mention Award, Kettering Sports Medicine Sportsmanship Award, Varsity Soccer Booster Award, National Soccer Coaches Association of America Senior Excellence Award, Freshman Basketball Booster Award
If I were principal for a day: I would give all teachers a raise. They work too hard for what is expected of them. Teaching is tough.
Favorite school memory: Beating rival Benjamin Logan in soccer to clinch a first-ever CBC Mad River Title my senior year.
People who have been an inspiration to me include: My family for always supporting me and all my coaches, especially Coach Shoffstall for teaching me more than just the game of soccer.
Lately, I’ve been reading: The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck and college scholarships.
My advice to parents: Be like my parents. I just earned points! Let your child be who they are and continue to support them through thick and thin.
My biggest regret: Not continuing piano lessons past fifth grade. Also, having to ask people to help with school and sport fundraisers, thanks to all that helped!
Next year I will be: Attending either Capital University, Wittenberg University, or Ashland University majoring in Athletic Training/Pre-Physical Therapy.