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Morgan Potter is the Williamstown High School Youth Performance Award winner for November.
She is a senior at WHS and is the daughter of Ben and Michelle Kruse of Williamstown.
Extra-curricular activities: I participate in volleyball, basketball and softball as well as KUNA, beta club and the student advisory counsel. I am also the class president.
Community involvement: I write an article for the Grant County News each quarter about senior year. I also do community service through the Key Club.
Class schedule: My classes are AP literature, AP calculus, agriscience, integrated science II, psychology and sociology and peer tutoring.
Favorite class or classes: My favorite class is AP literature because I love English and hope to teach it one day.
Favorite teacher(s): My favorite teacher is Paradise Forbes because she helps me anytime I need it regardless of what it is. She would do anything for anyone and I hope that I can influence people one day as much as she does.
What do you do for fun/recreation: I enjoy playing sports in my free time. I also enjoy playing with my little brother and sister.
Future plans: I plan on going to the University of Louisville next year to get a degree in post-secondary education.
What has been your most meaningful experience: The most meaningful experience that I’ve had was going to the Governor Scholarship Program this summer. I had just been in a huge accident and it made me realize how much I am capable of getting through. Also I made many new friends and got a feel for the college life.
(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. To nominate a student, contact the guidance counselor at Grant County or Williamstown High Schools.)