Senior Spotlight

Posted April 4, 2013 at 5:00 am


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Jayde Ostermyer

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Jayde Ostermyer, daughter of Mark and Rachael Ostermyer, was born September 7, 1994, in Sioux City.

Jadye has one sibling, her younger brother Benton.

Jayde is sometimes called “Jaydie” or “Jackie” by her friends.

“Jaydie’s” favorite sport is football; her favorite movie is Pitch Perfect; her favorite musicians are Maroon 5, The Fray, and The Script; and her favorite saying is, “You’ll have that.”

When “Jackie” was younger, she imagined herself as a teacher or being just like her mom.

Jayde’s most memorable moment so far is getting first place at State Dance in HipHop.

“Jaydie’s” favorite pastimes are swimming, dancing, cheerleading, and spending time with family and friends.

“Jackie’s” favorite childhood memory is going to her Aunt Julie’s house and hanging out with her cousins Ryan and Nathan.

The person who inspired Jayde the most is her mom because she always knows what to do and say, and because she is strong.

While in high school, “Jaydie” has been involved in dance, cheerleading for wrestling, and the All-Iowa Honor Dance Team.

“Jackie’s” most embarassing moment is all the times that she has fallen on the ice.

Jayde’s biggest accomplishment so far is being named a member of the All-Iowa Honor Dance Team.

If “Jaydie” could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be, “Get involved as soon as you can.”

If “Jackie” could relive one moment of her life, it would be the vacation she and her family took to Florida.

What Jayde likes the most about high school is seeing her friends everyday.

“Jaydie’s” biggest regret about high school is not going out for cheerleading sooner.

“Jackie” doesn’t have a favorite excuse for not turning her homework in on time because she turns her work in on time. She also doesn’t have a favorite reason for being tardy because she isn’t tardy.

While in high school, Jayde’s favorite class has been anything with Mr. Andrew Thonstad because it is fun.

After high school, Jayde plans to get a degree in Speech Pathology and attend graduate school after college.

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