This Weeks Senior Spotlights - April 24th

posted May 9, 2016, 1:25 PM by Joe Cordova   [ updated May 9, 2016, 1:26 PM ]

Dani Layne

I began attending Knippa at the beginning of my sophomore year. Activities that I have been involved in are volleyball, track, FFA, art, One Act Play, and UIL Poetry.  Some of my accomplishments are serving as secretary and president of FFA, being voted Miss KHS by my peers, winning first place in SWTJC Creative Arts mixed media, medaling in VASE, and being part of the area champion volleyball team. My funniest experiences while going to school at Knippa were all during volleyball season, specifically during dinners at Chik-fil-A. What I liked most about my time at Knippa was making lifelong friends and learning how to prepare for the real world.When I graduate from Knippa, I will miss seeing my friends everyday and playing sports.  I plan on getting a degree that will allow me to travel and help people. My advice for younger students is to enjoy being a kid while you can because it will be gone before you know it.

Noah Esquivel

I have been a student at Knippa since kindergarten. I have been involved in basketball, tennis, cross country, and track.  Some of my accomplishments include advancing to state competition in cross country and tennis. My funniest experience while going to school at Knippa was one the way back from a tennis match.  We started a food fight on the bus. I have enjoyed getting to spend the last two years running with younger students and watching them achieve success and becoming the best at what they do. When I graduate, I will miss being in sports and all of the accomplishments I have had.  Most of all, I will miss all of my classmates.  We will all be apart, but we will still have the memories we all share with one another. I plan on getting a graduate degree in sports science and becoming an athletic trainer. My advice to younger students is to keep close to all of your friends; you have a lot of memories ahead of you.