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Senior Spotlight: Klaudia Biel


I interviewed Klaudia Biel. Something that stuck out to me was her goals. She wants to graduate college with a bachelor’s degree and get a job that she would enjoy doing that makes a lot of money. She wants to use that money to travel to cool places. She also wants to live in a nice house and be close with her family.

Klaudia has many accomplishments, but one that she’s most excited for is to graduate with honors and make the most out of her last sports’ seasons. Something she’s most excited about is to graduate and get out of high school. She is also excited about going to graduation parties and getting ready for her own.
A favorite elementary school memory of Klaudia’s is rides home on bus 5 with her friends. They always had a good time. She also enjoyed recess, especially playing jump rope games. Her favorite high school memory is being a part of a lot of activities like cross country, softball, and track. She also enjoyed her Knowledge Bowl days, especially when they went to the mall. Other activities that have had a great impact on her include FFA, the Spring Play/Musical, Choir and Band.
The most challenging part of her senior year so far has been her senioritis. The easiest part is spending time with her friends in class. It makes her school year go by fast. After high school she plans on attending the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities to major in Ag Marketing and Communications.
Klaudia’s biggest role models are her older sisters Kayla and Kelsey. She said they each seem like they have their life together. They are big supporters of Klaudia. They also have genuine values and are easy to talk to. She can always look up to them for advice.
Klaudia has had many teachers that she looks up to. The first is Ms. Nielsen. She is very patient with all of her students, and she has helped her to become a better student. Mrs. Holten has also had a big impact on her because she made school fun with her choir lessons and giving life advice. Another teacher is Mrs. Koch because she is Klaudia’s sister and is always there to talk to during the school day.
Lastly, Klaudia’s advice for people coming into high school would be, “Join lots of clubs and activities. It makes your high school years more enjoyable.” I loved interviewing Klaudia. She is very relatable and overall a good person to talk to for school advice!
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Audrey Bothun
Audrey Bothun, Staff Writer
Audrey Bothun is currently a junior at Fillmore Central High School and is 16 years old. She enjoys watching her favorite movie The Beauty and the Beast and her favorite show Stranger Things. Audrey also likes listening to her favorite artist Coldplay. Audrey’s family includes her parents, her sisters Hannah and Abby, her two brothers Dylan and Gavin, her 2 dogs Scout and Auggie, and her one cat Arlo! Her favorite color is pastel yellow, and her favorite animal is a monkey. Her favorite place to eat is Sonic. The thing she likes doing most is hanging out with her family and friends!
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