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Student Spotlight: Abigail Langdon

March 21, 2017

This week for Student Spotlight, sophomore Abigail Langdon was interviewed. Abigail lives in the town of Clarkson with her parents Rowe and Sheryl Langdon. She has two siblings: Beth, who is 24, and a brother, Jon, who is 20, both graduated from Clarkson.

Abigail  is involved in many activities which include band, choir, FFA, one act, speech, dance team, softball, and track. She plays the flute in band, she’s a soprano in choir, and is a thrower in track.

When Abigail graduates in two years, she plans on going to the University of Lincoln to do something with agriculture. Her favorite class is web design 7th period with her favorite teacher, Mr. Murren.  Abigail is apart of the “Crazy Clarkson Public Schools” crew, and she says the class is really fun.

Abigail has been dancing for as long as she can remember, and she really enjoys it. It is the one thing she can’t live without.  You can always see her in the hallway or in the classroom before class showing her classmates a dance move she learned. She often spends her Saturdays either dancing, participating in school activities, or babysitting.

She is almost always busy with activities, but when she gets free time to herself, she enjoys dancing, archery, or babysitting. Abigail also likes spending time with her grandpa on the farm.

Abby is a spunky, cheerful, kind-hearted person who is always there when you need her. She works very well with kids; you can always see her talking with the elementary kids. She is apart of the “Patriot Pals” program that allows her to work with a child during a free period just to hang out and get to know them. In ten years, Abigail plans on being married with kids. If she could live in any other time frame than now, she would choose to be living when her grandma was still alive,  so she could get to know her better.

 
By Halee Steffensmeier

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