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Cassandra R.

Most School Spirit

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Cassandra was voted most school spirit with Kevin M.

    Cassandra Elizabeth Ring was brought into this world on December 7, 1989, to Paul Ring and Heather Hodgson.  Today, Cassie has two younger sisters, Hanna and Davi, and is also surrounded by her 6 pets!
    During the past four years, Cassie has had a very active high school career.  The two-year NHS member has been seen rooting her teams to victories all four years of football.  This peppy cheerleader was recently voted “Most School Spirit” by the senior class.  Cassie is no stranger to the arts, where she is involved in band, Jazz Band I, chorus, fall musicals, all-school plays, swing choir, and solo ensembles. She also is a member of TATU, T.A.P., and International Club.  This past summer, she also had the opportunity to participate as a student ambassador for the People to People Student Ambassador Program.   She attends the United Methodist Church in Rock Rapids where she is a member of the youth group.  
    Cassie’s schedule remains packed full of subjects with band, calculus, government, physics, grammar, Spanish IV, chorus, business law, p.e., and social psychology.  Some of Cassie’s favorites include the movies the Mummy and the Mummy Returns, the book Inkheart by Cornelius Funke, Japanese and Mongolian food, and crime shows.  She also enjoys the season of fall, and her favorite subjects are grammar, band, and choir.
    Cassandra’s future plans include going to a great college to obtain a major in forensic science and Spanish.  In ten years, she sees herself living in a happy home of a loving husband, wonderful kids, and a loyal dog.  If Cassie could spend one day with someone, it would be with her grandpa, David Charles Ring; he was a loving person whom she misses very much.  Looking back on her high school career, Cassie’s most memorable high school moment was cheering at the football games.  Cassie’s words of wisdom she offers to the underclassmen are, “You will never know what the world is like until you go out into the world.”
    Although Cassie has had a busy high school career, her hard work and her dedication will be sure to pay off in the future.