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Pluma Pross
Senior Pluma Pross has been involved in all aspects of AHS journalism over the past three years. This year she is a yearbook editor. Pross said her favorite part about yearbook is “the freedom we get to design our own pages.” Adviser Allison Berryhill said, "Pluma is a brave and positive member of the journalism team. She isn't afraid to learn new things."

Pross has been in a lot of activities in addition to journalism during high school, including cross country, track, basketball, and AHS fuel. Pross said one of her favorite activities is track. 

At this time her plans after high school are to attend Dordt College where she would really like to study sports medicine, sports management, or maybe even become a PE teacher. 

Pross likes the feeling of being a senior. She said, “My senior year is going good.” 

Her hobbies outside of school consist mostly of hanging out with her friends. Pross said her dream job is “being an actress and getting to live in Hollywood.”

By Jayden Ford

Pluma Pross, Yearbook Editor

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Pluma Pross