Top 19 Seniors: Shawn Miller


Nevaeh Valtierra, Staff Writer

During Shawn Miller’s high school career, he has participated in many school activities. Freshman year Miller was in Senate.

Sophomore year he participated in computer sciences and career exploration. Junior year he participated in graphic arts and in unified sports. Senior year Miller participated in choir, unified sports, and graphic arts. Outside of school, Miller volunteers his time to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Canine Companions for Independence, and The Romito Foundation. He also does a lot of activities like going to summer camp, playing sports, and hanging out with friends. Miller showed off his awesome leadership skills when he helped other kids and when he was in senate.
Miller was influenced to stay positive by teachers; Cindy Nesladek, Lance Austin, Kay Landon, and Timothy Slater. He will miss his teachers and friends. He will also miss the learning and social part of school. His favorite memory is when he joined unified sports with Djimon Hill. If Miller could relive high school he would participate in more activities, programs, and work harder. If Miller was granted one wish he would use it to restart high school and finish with no regrets.
His mom influences him to be caring, nice, and to always do the best he can without ever giving up. Miller’s family and friends say he is unique because of his personality. They describe his personality as cool and one-of-a-kind. He is very caring and good at making others laugh.
Miller’s pet peeves are when people are disrespectful to others and when people don’t watch where they’re going in the hallways because they’re too busy texting. He enjoys hanging out with friends, walking his dog, watching and attending sports games, playing video games, watching TV, volunteering, and listening to music. His favorite foods are pizza, wings, burgers, steak, ribs, Italian food, and Mexican food.
Miller is going to travel and visit friends during the summer. He will be going to Red Rocks Community College in the fall. His one piece of advice for remaining Farmers is be respectful, try your hardest, and stay positive.