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Mickee Witt

Best Dancer

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Mickee W.

Mickee Witt is the daughter of Brad & Cindy Witt and Scott and Lori Ohlemann. She has an older brother Brandon and three younger siblings: Alex, Makayla, and Brevin.

Mickee stays very busy working and dancing at Robin’s School of Dance Company. She is also involved in DOTY, TATU, Third Avenue Youth, fall musicals, spring plays, speech, choir, international club, River Valley Players musical, and Central Lyon dance team. Her activities in jazz choir got her an award for best soloist at competition last year. She has traveled far and wide with mission trips to Marvel, Arkansas; Minneapolis; and Tanzania.

She has a full schedule with classes including AP Spanish, AP literature and comp, economics, government, calculus, foundations of education, sociology, choir, and grammar.

When Mickee isn’t busy, she enjoys watching any movies that make her laugh and the show “How I Met Your Mother.” Her favorite book is “The Great Gatsby,” her favorite color is royal blue, and her favorite food is Oreos or any form of chocolate. She also enjoys any class that Mrs. B teaches.

Mickee’s future plans include somehow meeting Jason Segal and getting married so they can own an aquarium and can care for hurting manatees. She also wants to go to college and get a degree so she can become a teacher. Her ultimate goal is to be as awesome as Mrs. B. She would also like to go and help people in third world countries who don’t get the opportunities she has.

When asked where she sees herself in ten years she said, “I would like to think that I would have a stable job, and have a child. If I wouldn’t have a child at that time, then I’d probably get the adoption papers started. Dogs can only keep you company for so long, but we can hope I’d be married too.”

Her most memorable high school moment was her mission trip to Tanzania. When Mickee was asked about her words of wisdom for underclassmen she said, “I met children in Africa who would go to school and not have a teacher help them for 85% of the day. Those kids had to pass an exam (85% fail rate) in order to further their education. I know as a student you don’t want to go to school every day. At Central Lyon we have amazing teachers who want to help you, just don’t be afraid to ask them to help you.”

Good luck in the future, Mickee!