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Kylie Neal

Kylie Neal , Yearbook Editor

Kylie Neal is a senior at Atlantic High School and has partaken in several activities throughout her high school career. She has been involved in journalism, track, National Honor Society, mentoring, student council, AHS Fuel, wrestling manager and also cross country manager.  Neal is also very artistic and makes sure to put her special touch on whatever she is working on. Her role in journalism is creating videos, writing stories as well as working on the yearbook. “I like having the freedom to do what I want and how it’s student-driven,” she said. Neal’s favorite thing to do in journalism is taking photos because she feels she has a good “artistic eye for it.” In her free time, she enjoys eating or just hanging out with friends and family. Another trick up her sleeve is that she knows how to juggle which she learned her sophomore year while in journalism advisor Allison Berryhill.  Her dream job would be to become a teacher, which she plans to achieve after high school. “I enjoy working with children and it makes me feel good when I can make a difference,” she said. She plans to attend Iowa State University next fall to major in elementary education. She chose ISU because of its location, great program and she also felt familiar with the campus.

Story by Dani Mathisen

 

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5, 6, 7, 8 - Junior Zachary McKay glances down after a song. McKay has been in show choir since his freshman year. His favorite part of show choir is going to the competitions.

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HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO - Genevieve Martinez belts out a solo to start the girls' number. “I like working with my friends and making choir a positive environment. The high energy it brings allows my friends and I to have fun while performing,” Martinez said.

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SHOWING EMOTION - Senior Avery Andersen gets into the music as he performs. Andersen has been in choir all four years of high school and is known for his perfect pitch.

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DON’T STOP ME NOW - Diversity ends their show with an upbeat song titled “Don’t Stop Me Now,” featuring soloist Nolan Perez. “I do show choir because I have a passion for performing,

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MUSIC, SWEET MUSIC - Anna Havemier starts off the Diversity ballad with a breathtaking solo. Diversity preformed four songs in their show: “Dancing in the Street,” “I’ve Got the Music in Me,” “Fire and Rain” and “Don’t Stop Me Now.” Diversity will complete at multiple show choir competitions in the next few months.

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REACHING OUT - Senior Cambry Miller reaches toward the audience during the Premiere performance. Premiere's show has six songs, including “Rise/New Revolution,” “Hero,” “Never Alone,” “Holding Out for a Hero,” “Larger than Life” and “Immortals.” They will work to perfect and perform this show all season.

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JUST KEEP SINGING - Freshman Katy Rothfusz, a member of Diversity, sings along during the ballad. A ballad is a song in a show choir performance where there is no dancing. Instead of moving to the beat, the music slows down as the performers create a still picture.

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DANCING QUEEN - Sophomore Sydney Sanny moves to the beat at Swing Inn. Swing Inn was held Thursday, Jan. 10. This performance gave a preview into both show choir and jazz band season.

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