Meet the Patriots: Pittston Area senior interviews


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    Aimee Kizer

    Aimee Kizer is the daughter of Susan and William Kizer. She can usually be seen hanging out with Lauren Robert, Samantha Mayers, and Tatianna Gianacopoulos. Her friends were a big reason why she considered her high school experience “fun.”

    Even though she enjoyed high school, if Aimee could do it over she would “trust different people.” She would also consider teaching a math class if offered the opportunity.

    Aimee has many favorites. She loves to eat fries while watching the movie “Pitch Perfect,” or watching her favorite athlete, Robert Scianna, perform.

    After her high school graduation, Aimee will miss “Friday night football games.” Her plans are to attend college next fall.

    Sarah Wesoloski

    Sarah Wesoloski is the daughter of Judith and Daniel Granahan. She can usually be seen hanging out with Sara Lukowich, Rayna Lercara, and Dana Zalewski.

    If Sarah could start high school over again she would “get more involved.” She would also consider teaching a physiology class if offered the opportunity.

    Sarah has many favorites including teachers Mr. Richards and Mrs. Cocco. She loves to eat anything spicy while watching the movie “Fast and Furious,” or listening to her favorite song, “Thanks for the Memories.”

    After high school graduation, Sarah’s plans included attending college and eventually living on her own.

    Ashley Scarantino

    Ashley Scarantino is the daughter of Shelly and Carl Scarantino. You can usually find Ashley hanging out with Lucia Menichelli, Mindina Lieback, and Alyvia Guarigilia. Her friends are a big reason why she would say she “survived” high school.

    If Ashley could start high school over again she would “be more involved in the school and community.” Ashley plans on being more involved when she attends college next fall.

    Ashley has many favorites including teachers Mrs. Plis and Mr. Richards. She loves to eat pasta especially while watching “The Last Song” or listening to her favorite singer, Blake Shelton.

    Throughout her high school experience, Ashley’s favorite memory is “the pep rally my senior year before the Wyoming Area game.”

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