Meet the Warriors: Wyoming Area journalism students interview seniors


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Alexandra Fitzgerald

By Laura Heinzlmeir, 2016

Alexandra Fitzgerald is the daughter of Mary Fitzgerald and Justin Enders. She resides in Wyoming. Alexandra is a member of Key Club. She works as a dog walker during the week. Her hobbies include singing, creative writing, and reading books about animals. Her favorite subjects in school are English and chorus. Alexandra’s most memorable moment from her years at Wyoming Area is the first time she sang in chorus during her sophomore year. She was terrified but it ended well and everyone clapped for her. Two teachers that influenced Alexandra the most are Mrs. Salmon and Mrs. Litwin. Both of these teachers helped her build the self-confidence she has today.

After graduating, Alexandra plans on attending Johnson College for a two-year program to become a veterinary technician. She is also going to get a job to help pay for college and bills. She is looking forward to learning how to care for animals and wearing scrubs. Her role model is her mother. Alexandra describes herself as crazy, fun, and loving.

Alexandra Mondlak

By Rebecca Crawford, 2016

Alexandra Mondlak, daughter of Maria and the late Dr. Gerald Mondlak, resides in West Pittston. Alexandra has a part-time job where she currently works 20 hours a week. Her hobbies include modeling and acting. Alexandra’s favorite class is science. She likes all of her teachers. After graduating from Wyoming Area she plans on attending the New York Film Academy, Penn State, or UCLA.

Alexandra plans to major in fine arts, and she is looking forward to meeting new people. After college, she hopes to continue modeling and acting. Alexandra looks up to her mother Maria as her role model. She describes herself as out-going, helpful, and loving.

Ashley Crispell

By Rebecca Crawford, 2016

Ashely Crispell, daughter of Edith and William Rought, resides in Falls. She is a member of the National Honor Society. This year is Ashley’s fifth year playing softball for Wyoming Area as an outfielder and pitcher. Ashley has a part-time job and she works 10 to 15 hours a week. Her hobbies include hanging out with her friends, softball, and spending time with her family.

Ashley’s favorite classes are math and science. Her most memorable moment at Wyoming Area happens to be when she started her senior year, realizing it is her last. Ashley’s favorite teacher at Wyoming Area is Mrs. Stevens, because she helped Ashley realize she can do anything she puts her mind to. After graduation, Ashley plans to attend college and study nursing or become a physician’s assistant.

Ashley is looking forward to meeting new people and making new friends. After college, she hopes to find a job, one she will enjoy. Ashley looks up to her mother Edith as her role model. She describes herself as understanding, kind, and intelligent.

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Information provided by Wyoming Area Secondary Center.

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