Student of the week: Rebecca Singley
Name: Rebecca Singley
School: Central High School
After-school activities: Marching band, wind ensemble.
Favorite book: “The Truth About Forever” by Sarah Dessen.
Favorite show: “Criminal Minds”
Favorite Web site: No time for Web sites.
Most played song on your iPod: “Someday” by Rob Thomas.
Parents: Denise Harvey and Mark Singley.
Personal hero (mentor) and why: “Matt Hudgens because he is an amazing oboe player, and he has helped me become the player I am today.”
Preferred college: University of Utah.
Preferred career: High school chemistry teacher.
Greatest achievement so far: Juggling band, work and school.
What you’d like to be your next greatest achievement: Graduating college.
Q: What has been your favorite class in high school and why?
A: AP English Language because it didn’t feel like a high school class. We had intellectual discussions about philosophical topics that I had never considered before.
Q: How do you prepare for a big test?
A: Most of the time I feel prepared from class and don’t have to cram, but when I do, I know the specific topics I need to review and just focus on those few topics.
Q: If you could have your pick of service projects, who would you help and how?
A: I would help the community food bank because no one should go hungry, and the community is very willing to help others and donate food if asked.
Q: What does it say under “interests” on your Facebook page?
A: I actually do not have a Facebook page.
Q: What’s the best advice a teacher, coach or parent has ever given you?
A: Don’t sweat the small stuff; it doesn’t matter in the long run.
Q: Where would you like to be in 10 years?
A: I want to be a high school teacher and starting a family.