Senior of the Month: Levi Shutts

By Trevor Dye

Senior of the Month Levi Shutts warms up for a basketball game. Basketball is one of the many extracurriculars in which Shutts participated in high school.

Senior of the Month Levi Shutts warms up for a basketball game. Basketball is one of the many extracurriculars in which Shutts participated in high school.

Senior Levi Shutts has to start making serious life decisions, and to help him make these decisions, he plans on visiting the University of Oregon over spring break. Shutts want to attend the University of Oregon because he wants a change from Wiggin, and thinks that Oregon would be the best place to make that change. Although Shutts is ready for a change, he has enjoyed his time in Wiggins, and has been very active in his career at Wiggins.

Shutts is a very active senior and participates in many extracurricular activities. Shutts participated in basketball and cross country and currently participates in both baseball and track. He hopes to do well in the remaining parts of his sports seasons. In track, Shutts hopes that he can make it to state and wants to place top six in one of his events. “It is fun to practice with Levi, even though I do not practice with him that often, and he has given me a lot of advice in track,” said sophomore Faythe Harris. In baseball Shutts is just trying to have a good time with his close friends before he has to leave for college.

Shutts not only participates in sports, but also is in many academic clubs. He is in FBLA, History Club, National Honor Society, and International club, and hopes that he can accomplish many things in these clubs. He hopes that he can have a lot of fun at state FBLA, and have a successful and good trip to Japan for International Club. “I want to do very well at State History day, and hopefully place top two at state, so I can go to nationals,” said Shutts.

Shutts feels that he has accomplished many great things during his high school career, but he feels his greatest accomplishments are the memories and friends that he has made over his high school career. He wants to have fun in his remaining couple of months in high school, and prepare for his future.

Shutts’ advice to younger classmen is, “Have fun in high school, but prepare for your future at the same time.”

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