Senior Kyra Hoffman is the daughter of Christopher and Robin Hoffman. She is involved in speech, the Ogilvie High School drama department, National Honor Society, student council and choir. Her hobbies consist of painting, writing and reading. Her favorite subject in school always has been and always will be English because she really enjoys writing and expressing herself through words. Kyra plans to be an author one day. She writes about real situations that people have trouble opening up about and expressing to others. She wants to encourage people to talk about what they have gone through because their story could help somebody else.

Sophomore Haileigh Bolling is the daughter of David and Katie Bolling. She is a volleyball player who enjoys swimming, watching movies, farming, crafting and shopping.  Her favorite class is physical education because it is “stress free.” She is planning on attending a trade school in the future.  

Eighth grader Talon Baker is the son of Tony and Ashley Baker. He is involved in football, track and field, bowling, Future Farmers of America and 4-H. He enjoys fishing, showing goats in competitions and hunting. His favorite class is math because he understands it well. In the future, Talon plans to attend the U of M for biology and mathematics. Then, he’d like to attend medical school and become a medical doctor.

Congratulations to these students for their hard work and positive attitudes.

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