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Caylee Loomis

Caylee Loomis, Editor

    Caylee Loomis was born and raised in Alliance, Nebraska. She went to school from preschool to her seventh-grade year in Alliance then transferred to Hemingford her eighth through freshman year. She transferred to Hemingford because Caylee struggled in school and her mom thought it would be a good change. Caylee transferred back because she didn’t like Hemingford, and is now graduating from Alliance! Caylee said, “I am very excited to be graduating school I want to go out and do my own thing.”

     In school, Caylee is involved with the band playing the cymbals and learning the trumpet. Caylee said she chose band for an activity because the majority of her friends were in band and Mrs. Mangas offered to teach her the cymbals and trumpet. 

     Caylee stated, “For my last year at the high school, I would love to get awesome grades and a good GPA of 3.3.” She also wants to explore more job opportunities before leaving high school. When Caylee goes out to explore different jobs there is also more to life than just one job. Before Caylee leaves for college she would like to go to Lancaster, Pennsylvania to visit. She wants to know if that is really where she wants to live when she moves away. The reason she wants to move to Lancaster is because of the environment and she wants to get out of Nebraska. 

      Outside of school, Caylee works as a dishwasher at Ken and Dales. During her time away from school and work she loves to spend time with her family and friends, bake, and read fictional books. 

       After high school, Caylee would love to attend WNCC ( Western Nebraska Community College) and major in education. Caylee said, “I chose WNCC because of the financial aid, and it is cheap, it doesn't cost an arm and a leg to go there.” After college Caylee wants to be an English teacher in Pennsylvania. The person who inspired Caylee to be a teacher was Mrs. Gustafson because of how she interacts with the students and her teaching methods. Caylee's parents and her friends have inspired her to accomplish her dreams. 

     Caylee has one quote she wants everyone to remember, “Just cause your writing sucks, don’t ever give up.” Caylee wants everyone to know this quote because her writing once sucked and she never gave up now she is chief editor of the high school newspaper. 

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