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Brittney Thedens

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Brittney Thedens was born on May 7, 1997. Her parents are Shannon Monson, Kyle Monson, and Jason Thedens, Nicole Thedens. She has four siblings Korinna and Chase Thedens, her step brother Payton and her half-brother Hayden. If Brittney could spend a day with anyone she wanted to it would be her Great Grandmother Hawf, because she passed away while Brittney was young and Brittney never got the chance to know her great-grandmother.

As a senior Brittney is taking painting, choir, HAP, consumer and business math, government, basic geometry, basic writing, speaking fundamentals and economics. While she is not busy in school she is busy with her extra-curricular activities. Since her freshman year Brittney has been in cross country, choir and swing choir. For three years she was a cheerleader for the wrestling team. For two years she ran track and was in the musical. And for one year she participated in basketball cheer, large group speech, jazz choir, and was a softball manager. She has achieved honor roll for the past three years. She also lettered in cheer, track and cross country. Her most memorable high school moment was when she cheered at the state wrestling finals. Brittney is involved in the Third Avenue Youth, and is a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Rock Rapids.

Her favorite movie is “The Little Mermaid.” When listening to music she prefers country style music. Also the color purple she likes the best. The best book she has read so far is “The Kissing Hand.” Her comfort food is Casey’s pizza. Her favorite subject is human anatomy and physiology, and biology. When watching TV she is drawn to “The Big Bang Theory.”

After high school she wishes to attend Casper College and major in Occupational Therapy Assistant. In ten years she hopes to be back in the Rock Rapids area working with children with disabilities. Her words for wisdom to the underclassmen is “Don’t be afraid to ask for help, and ALWAYS STUDY FOR MR. DOCKERS TESTS.”

By:Steven Davidson