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Brittany Brock is the Grant County High School Youth Performance Award winner for December.

She is a junior at GCHS and is the daughter of Todd and Jolene Brock.
Extra-curricular activities: Some of my extra-curricular activities are the Grant County High School Dance team, gymnastics and vice president of the Future Business Leaders of America.

Community involvement: A few examples of my community service are the GCHS print shop, the school store, trash pickup and dance camp for pre-k through eighth grade.

Class schedule: U.S. History, algebra II, accounting and financing, English III and painting,

Favorite class or classes: My favorite class is U.S. History because it helps me gain an understanding of where our world started and how we got to where we are today.

Favorite teacher(s): My favorite teachers are Mindy Roy and Lindsay Duke because both are great people inside and outside the classroom and they continuously go above and beyond to get things accomplished.

“Brittany is a great student, a member of the dance team and serves as the VP of FBLA. She has a strong work ethic, initiative and is determined to succeed. She volunteers in the community and within school, as well as acts as a motivational leader to many. Brittany helped write the business plan for the schools new print shop and often stays after school to work. She is trustworthy and extremely dependable, ” said Roy, business education and FBLA advisor.
What do you do for fun/recreation: I like to paint, dance and just help the community.

Future plans: My future plans are to double major in interior design and business adminstration and then go to open my own business in that.
What has been your most meaningful experience: The most meaningful experience in my life was initiating teachers to help supply Christmas gifts to kids the Grant County area who wouldn’t have a Christmas otherwise.

(The Youth Performance Award recognizes students who have given their time and talents for the benefit of the community. The recipients exemplify those unselfish attitudes and ideals that should guide our daily living. The award is sponsored by the Grant County News and Performance Pipe, a division of the Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, LP in Williamstown.)