Lynn, daughter of Jerry and Marty and older sister to freshmen
Shelley, was born on February 8, 1988. Stacey is currently involved
in chorus and both jazz and swing choir. She is also part of
International Club and journalism. She is the National Honor
Society Vice President and the senior class Vice President. Stacey
volunteered at Vacation Bible School and at the library this
summer. She also baby sits for many families in the area, and she
does respite care for children through Hope Haven. She also teaches
Spanish to an elementary student. For best of class, Stacey was
voted the class
angel, most organized, and
The school subjects that Stacey is taking for her final year at Central Lyon are government, Spanish IV, calculus, chorus, physics, journalism, mentoring to elementary students, and psychology. In ten years Stacey sees herself with a successful job as a Spanish interpreter/translator after she has finished attending a four-year private college in Iowa to major in Spanish.
Stacey said that her most memorable high school moment was the International Club’s trip to Mexico. As words of wisdom to underclassmen she would say, “Take Spanish, go to Mexico, enjoy high school-- it goes by quickly, but also work hard!”
When asked who she would spend a day with, Stacey chose her Grandma Kracht. Her grandmother died a year and a half ago, and Stacey loved her and misses her a lot. Stacey said that her grandma was a sweet, loving person and always believed in and supported her. “She was a wonderful example and made a huge impact on my life,” Stacey said.
A little more about Stacey is that her favorite movie is A Walk to Remember, her favorite book is To Kill a Mockingbird, and she likes listening to the band Green Day. Stacey also loves the color blue and loves to eat chicken. The classes that Stacey enjoys attending most are journalism, Spanish, mentoring, and chorus. She is also on the high honor roll and in National Honor Society. Stacey is a member of Who’s Who Among American High School Students, and was also selected to go on the Iowa NREC Youth Tour trip to Washington, D.C. Anyone who knows Stacey knows she has a bright future.