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David Killian McKay

May 12, 2013
Reinbeck Courier

NAME:David Killian McKay

PARENTS:Dwight

Lindley(stepfather) and

Article Photos

Eva Lindley(mother)

PART TIME JOB:

Hardware store

(for EBCE)

FAVORITES:

G-R LUNCH: pizza

G-R TEACHER:Mr.

Kiburis

G-R

SUBJECT/CLASS:

government

G-R FIELD TRIP:

Going to see the

Lincoln film

G-R SCHOOL

EVENT: pep rally

PE GAME/

ACTIVITY: I really

don't have a favorite PE

game/activity. (kind of

hard to enjoy any

physical activities, when

you constantly have to

watch out for blood

clots, and you can't lift

anything over 25

pounds.)

G-R MEMORY:

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

7th grade talent show

which was both

embarrassing and

hilarious!!!

HIGH SCHOOL:

Finally moving back to

Gladbrook, and

reconnecting with my

old friends, as well as

new ones.

BEST

ACCOMPLISHMENT

AT G-R: I rock at

drawing.

SONG THAT BEST

DESCRIBES YOUR

TIME AT G-R; WHY?

"I've had the time of my

life." Every other school

made fun of me, and told

me I was worthless.

They judged me because

of who I am and what I

believe in. But G-R has

given a second chance,

and made me believe in

myself. Everyone has

been so kind to me. I've

made so many friends,

and met so many

amazing people here. (I

believe that is how every

high school experience

should be.) The teachers

are nice, and they are

truly dedicated to the

students they teach.

SOMETHING

POSITIVE ABOUT

G-R: The teachers and

students. You are all so

kind.

WHO HAS

INFLUENCED YOU

THE MOST; WHY?

Lady GaGa, Katy Perry,

and Michael Jackson.

These singers all started

out as outcasts. They

were alone for years, and

had no support from

others. All of these

singers fight for

acceptance, and

tolerance toward

ourselves. I accept

everyone for their

differences, and believe

we should all have a

second chance.

FAVORITE

QUOTATION AND

WHY: "Sticks and

Stones may break our

bones, but words will

crush our spirits." This

quote, embodies the

cruel words we often

throw at each other. We

often don't think before

we speak, and once we

speak, the words can

never be taken back. In

general, we as a nation,

are quick to judge each

other, and we don't think

anything of it at first. But

later on, our words will

come back to haunt us.

That's just one of the

several dark truths to

life.

WORDS OR ADVICE

FOR

UNDERCLASSMEN:

Never judge a book by

its cover. Read inside,

and you just may learn

something you never

knew.

FUTURE PLANS; In

all honesty, I will

probably stay in

Gladbrook for a while.

Once I get the money,

I'm headed to New

York, to make my life a

bit more interesting. I

enjoy the high life, and

prefer to hang out with

people of a more colorful

sence of living.

 
 

 

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