Senior Spotlight - Ashley Hazelbower
What do you look forward to the most during your senior year?
I look forward to the freedom I am given and graduating.
What activities/athletes were you involved with at FHS?
I was involved with cheer and choir.
What are your Post-Forreston plans?
I will work full time at my current job and as I figure myself out more, I will decide if I want to go back to school.
Who do you admire the most and why?
I admire my Mom, Sister and Dad the most because they’re the most hardworking and caring people I know. They have always been here for me and I truly wouldn’t be who I am today without them. I also admire Emma Lindquist, because she has the kindest heart and is very true to herself.
5) What is your favorite memory at FHS?
I have quite a few favorites. I really just enjoyed the times with my friends where we all couldn’t stop laughing at dumb jokes and overall just had a good time. To be specific, on the last day and last hour of my sophomore year, the choir students were playing a big game of hide and seek. A random tornado popped up out of the oblivion and we had to go into lockdown until hours after the bell rang. Luckily, it didn’t touch the ground from what I’m aware of, but it was definitely exciting.
6) What advice would you give an incoming freshman?
Please be nice to everyone; you never know what’s going on with their personal life. Don’t be stuck up! Be your true and organic self so you don’t attract toxic people. Make sure you’re actively working on bettering yourself and never quit that habit, and get good grades to keep that GPA high.