by Rose Ganoe
This year’s homecoming was put on beautifully in the theme based off of the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald although it had influences of the movie. Crowned as king and queen wasere Josh Servey and Madison Johnson, two bright successful students both grateful for the opportunity.
What kind of activities are you involved in? (art, band, tutoring, ext.)
Servey: Football, Track, Weightlifting
Johnson: I am involved in volleyball, basketball, student council, Sr. High Chorus, and National Honors Society.
What do you do for fun?
S: I play football and weightlift for fun.
J: For fun I like to run or exercise and spend time with my friends.
How do you feel about this school year? Why?
S: I feel there is a lot to do this year at least in the beginning hopefully it gets a little more laidback
J: I feel sad. My days at Keystone are almost over and I’m going to miss it so much. But so far I like being a senior and role model for the underclassman.
What are your favorite subjects? least favorite? Why?
S: Math is my favorite subject because it comes easy to me. English is my least favorite because I don’t know how to talk.
J: Favorite: Math (Trig) I enjoy working with numbers. Least: English, I don’t like to write and I only like to read when it is a book I like.
What do you want to do after high school? Why?
S: I would like to go to a four year college to get a degree in mechanical engineering because I love doing that.
J: I want to go to Saint Francis University to major in physical therapy and also play basketball there.
What do you like most about Keystone?
S: Probably my friends and how even though we may not be the best at sports we always have bragging rights on how academically smart we are.
J: I like the small school setting here that gives us the opportunity to form close relationships without classmates.
Have you always gone to Keystone? If not compare Keystone to your old school(s).
J: Yep always have 🙂
What do you do after school with your friends?
S: Football, and hang out with them driving around and hitting up the local Mcdonalds and Taco Bells.
J: I normally have some sort of practice. If not we normally go out to eat or go out for ice cream.
Is there anything else you wish to let everyone know about you?
S: I believe everybody knows just about everything about me.
J: I am super outgoing and love meeting people. And family is very important to me. Also I am super involved with my church and youth group.
How does it feel being crowned homecoming king/queen?
S: I did not expect it, but I was honored that the people voted for me. I feel like I did something right through these years of high school.
J: I was so surprised, but at the same time so happy and I felt honored. It is so cool to know that I was chosen and voted by fellow classmates. Out of everyone it was cool to know it was me.
What was the first thing that came across your mind when you heard that you were nominated for homecoming court?
S: I was surprised and thought that it was pretty cool how my brother was also on court.
J: First thing was excitement and nervousness. I was excited to have a fun week in spirit week; the parade, bonfire, and pep rally. I was eager to get involved and make it a memorable senior homecoming week.
Favorite part of the homecoming night?
S: My favorite part of homecoming night was the dancing by far. I love to dance with my friends.
J: Favorite part of homecoming was the excitement of crowning and dancing and having a fun night with my friends.
Least favorite part?
S: My least favorite part was how hot it was in the gym. I was sweating alot.
J: The music wasn’t the greatest this year.
So this is your last homecoming; how does it feel?
S: It is kind of sad because they are so fun and it is one of the last times I get to dance with friends from school other than prom.
J: It’s the worst feeling. I am so so sad to graduate and leave high school. I am going to miss homecoming and getting to buy dresses and looking nice and going with friends to the dance.
List some things you will miss about Keystone
S: I will definitely miss my friends the most, but I will miss the football team I have been a part of since 7th grade and a lot of the teachers that have helped me throughout the years in Keystone.
J: The teachers and faculty; my friends and classmates; playing sports; my coaches; teammates; pep rallies (dominate); sporting events (football and basketball games); dances