Student of the Week, March 26, 2012
After-school activities: Horse riding, Youth Policy Summit, work at Regal Cinema 14.
Favorite book: “The Host” by Stephenie Meyer.
Favorite TV show: “The Big Bang Theory.”
Favorite band or musician: Almost all music between country and pop rock.
Parents: David and Glenda Reust.
Personal hero and why: Everyone who has helped me become the person I am today.
Preferred college: Colorado Mesa University.
Preferred career: Genetic counselor.
Greatest achievement so far: Becoming an R-5 student and using the opportunities presented to me.
What you’d like to be your next greatest achievement: Helping create a student leader program such as student orientation and other programs for R-5.
Q: What has been your favorite high school class so far and why?
A: I enjoy all of my classes, but I believe my favorite was a neuroscience class I participated in at R-5. I am interested in the brain and the way it deals with moods and behaviors.
Q: What do you do for fun when you’re not in class?
A: I read or spend my time outdoors horse riding or hiking when the weather is warm.
Q: What’s the best advice a teacher, coach or parent ever gave you?
A: Treat others as you would like to be treated.
Q: What will you miss about your school after graduation?
A: The close-knit relationship between the staff and students.
Q: What would you like to do after college?
A: Become a genetic counselor to help people with genetic disabilities, and own a ranch.
Q: If you could spend next summer anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: I would go to Montana and spend the summer on a ranch.