Senior Spotlight

Posted November 16, 2012 at 5:05 pm


Jodi Wetrosky

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Jodi Wetrosky, daughter of Gregg and Lori Wetrosky was born on September 23, 1994, at Floyd Valley Hospital in Le Mars, Iowa.

Jodi has three brothers, James, Nathan, and Cory, and one sister, Jayde.

Jodi is sometimes called “Jo-Jo” by her friends and family.

Jodi does not have a favorite sport in which she likes to partcipate..

“Jo-Jo’s” favorite pasttime is hanging out with her friends.

Jodi’s favorite movie is Precious; she does not have a favorite musician, and her favorite saying is, “Live and let live”.

Jodi’s favorite childhood memory is playing with her sister.

When Jodi was younger, she imagined herself as the President of the United States.

In Jodi’s life the person who inspired her the most is her mother because she always believed in her.

“Jo-Jo’s” most memorable moment is being shoved into her locker by Ashly McCormick.

Jodi is currently employed at Bomgaars in Hawarden and at the bowling alley in Akron.

While in high school, Jodi has been involved in choir and the Prom committee.

Jodi’s greatest achievement is getting through her problems.

What “Jo-Jo” likes most about high school is the freedom.

Jodi’s biggest regret about high school is not caring her freshman year.

Jodi’s favorite excuse for not being on time is, “I’m very stressed, and I have Senioritis.” Also, her favorite excuse for being tardy is, “I didn’t want to strain a muscle by rushing.”

If she could give any advice to the underclassmen, it would be to live it up because high school goes by fast.

While in high school, Jodi’s favorite class was anything with Mrs. Jill Schroeder because it was always exciting.

After high school, Jodi plans to go to beauty school and then open her own hair salon.

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