Senior Spotlight - Devin Garcia
1. What activities/athletics were you involved with at FHS?
I played baseball freshman year, but the season was cancelled due to Covid-19. I participated in football sophomore - senior year. In my early years of high school, I was involved with FFA. I plan on performing in a play later this year.
2. What was the biggest change for you between your freshman and senior year?
Maturity. Yes, for those who know me, I seem to never learn from my mistakes. But as the years went on, I decided to take on the role as a leader, considering I'm a senior.
3. What advice would you give an incoming freshman?
Don’t give these teachers a hard time. They dedicated their lives to teaching you specific subjects to be able to understand how and why things work. I’m not saying you should suck up to the teachers but set an example for others.
4. What do you look forward to the most during your senior year?
Savoring the memories. Knowing it’s my final year is bitter-sweet so it’s important to make the most of everything before you head out
5. What are your plans after high school?
I plan on attending trade school/labor work. I don’t know what labor specifically but I just know I'm heavily focused on labor work.
6. What is your favorite memory at FHS?
My favorite memory is when Lil Uzi Vert dropped ‘Eternal Atake’. Colin Kuhn and I were in English, and when we got the notification it dropped, we went crazy. What’s funny is that the album wasn’t the most memorable moment; it was the fact that a few days later, we would be shut down for a year and a half because of Covid-19.
7. Who do you admire the most and why?
I admire my coach, and my favorite English teacher, Keynon Janicke. Having to deal with a bunch of high school boys is hard enough, let alone he has to deal with me. I know he still loves me the same way I love him.