Senior Spotlight

Posted January 24, 2013 at 6:00 am

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Helen Kroll

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Helen Kroll, daughter of Mike and Deb Kroll, was born October 12, 1993 in Sioux City.

Helen has two siblings, her older sister Ruth, and her older brother James.

Helen is sometimes called “Helenor” or “Krollie” by her friends.

Helen’s favorite movie is The Notebook, and her favorite musicians are the The Band Perry, Blake Shelton, and Justin Bieber.

When Helen was younger, she imagined herself as a doctor.

In “Helenor’s” life, the people who have inspired her the most are her parents because they are always there for her and support her in everything that she does.

Helen’s favorite pastimes are hanging out with friends and staying up late gossiping.

“Krollie’s” most memorable moment was on her 17th birthday when she and Kylee Reed watched My Sister’s Keeper and sang really loud to random songs.

Helen is currently employed at McDonald’s in Sheldon.

If Helen could relive one moment of her life, it would be the day her daughter was born.

“Helenor’s” favorite childhood memory is when her older brother would watch her and her sister and pull them on a sled with the lawn mower.

Helen’s most embarrassing moment was during Business English when she wasn’t listening and told the class by accident that she was homosexual.

“Krollie’s” greatest achievement is finishing high school while being a teen mom.

While in high school, Helen has been involved in the Art Club and the Scarecrow Festival.

If Helen could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be to be all that you can be and try everything because you might only get one chance.

What “Krollie” likes the most about high school is getting to see Mrs. Robin Dirks everyday.

Helen’s biggest regret about high school is not being in more activities.

While in high school, Helen’s favorite class has been art classes with Mrs. Dirks because she is a sweetie.

After high school, Helen plans to attend college and get a degree in Elementary Education.

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