Getting to Know the Class of 2017: Page Behrens

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Getting to Know the Class of 2017: Page Behrens

Behrens has participated in pep band throughout high school.

Behrens has participated in pep band throughout high school.

Behrens has participated in pep band throughout high school.

Behrens has participated in pep band throughout high school.

Katie York

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Page Behrens loved her family vacation to San Antonio, Texas last spring. When Behrens was in Texas, she went to the beach and has a taste of the Ocean. “I went on an Aircraft carrier, and also went on the riverwalk in downtown San Antonio.”

While Behrens was in high school, she has participated in band (9-12), jazz band (9-12), choir (9-10), musical (9-10), show choir (9-10), show choir pit (10,12) and auditioned for SWIBA (9,11,12).  “My favorite was jazz band because it’s a smaller group of people,” Behrens said.

Behrens’ favorite high school memory was the band/choir trip to New York City in 2016. Her favorite elementary memory was, “hanging out with my Grandma who was a teacher.”

Behrens is most proud of her saxophone quartet from her junior year. The other members of the saxophone quartet were Emily Yager, Katie Darrow, Anna Ikel and Corgan Peterson. “We played ‘Strange Humors.’” Behrens said.

If Behrens could have one do-over, she would want to have checked under her marching uniform jacket for her bari saxophone harness. While getting ready for Behrens last home football game she thought someone had stolen her harness. “Mr. O someone took my harness,” Behrens said. After that Behrens, Band Director Jared O’Donnell, and many other band students looked around for her harness for at least ten minutes. “Is it under your jacket?” O’Donnell said. Behrens took off her jacket and her harness was there.

Behrens’ plans after high school are to attend a four year college to earn her bachelor degree in Science of Nursing. When Behrens was younger, she wanted to be “a baby nurse.” In ten years, she sees herself as a successful ER nurse at a children’s Hospital.

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