By Chase Cuteralli
Chloe Powers is the daughter of Steve and Jamie Powers.
She has played softball for three years and has been a member of Leo Club for four years. A participant in youth group, she also teaches Sunday school at The Rock Church. Her other hobbies she enjoys include hunting and fishing with her family.
Her favorite memory at Marysville High School has been having her cousins Madison and Michael Powers in her grade and being best friends with them.
After she graduates, she said she’ll miss seeing all of her friends every day.
“Through my high school career, I have stayed strong in my faith and put all my trust in God to fulfill his plan and purpose for my life,” she said. “My family is a huge part of my life, and I couldn’t have made it through these 18 years without them.”
She plans to attend The Ohio State University Marion Campus to become an early childhood teacher.
By Chase Cuteralli
Jakob Hullinger is the son of Todd and Missy Hullinger.
He plays football and has been the captain of the lacrosse team for two years in a row. Additionally, he is a member of the Youth Group at Trinity Lutheran Church and has participated in Habitat for Humanity. He also likes to fish and practice for lacrosse.
His favorite memory at Marysville High School (MHS) involves going bar down last year in one of his lacrosse games, and he will miss “the boys.”
He plans to study exercise science and ministry in college after graduating from MHS, and one day he would like to join the U.S. Coast Guard or the Navy.
He thanks his mom for being “pretty cool.”
By Chase Cuteralli
Karlie Marlatt is the daughter of Aaron and Marylou Marlatt.
She is the captain of the swim team, mentor for younger students and volunteer at Memorial Hospital. In addition, she practices taekwondo and kickboxing, performs in competition dance, works as a lifeguard, babysits, teaches swim lessons and is a member of the summer swim team.
Her favorite memory at Marysville High School (MHS) involves making breakfast in teacher Dawn Burns’ room with classmate Megan Cunningham before taking her test in accounting.
When May 18 has come and gone, she said she’ll miss taking notes, making copies and grading papers as a teacher’s assistant for Burns and other teachers, Terri Waller and Jennifer Watts.
She plans to attend The Ohio State University Marion Campus this fall to study nursing.
By Chase Cuteralli
Gabriel Avink is the son of Justin and Amanda Avink.
A senior at Marysville High School (MHS), he has been a violinist for 14 years and performed in the pit for the school musical and plays drumline in the marching band. He likes building and experimenting with computers, and will soon be playing rugby.
His favorite memories at MHS involve the trips to Walt Disney World and New York City with the marching band, as well as performing at the Ohio Stadium twice and having a perfect 2018 season for drumline.
When he graduates, he will miss the business department, band and freedom and flexibility most teachers gave to him while learning. He plans to earn a business degree at Ohio University.
Senior artist spotlight: Molly Alexandra Crane
By Isabelle Shroyer
Molly Alexandra Crane is the daughter of Timothy and Susan Crane.
She has been a member of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) for two years. She was the treasurer for her junior year and historian this year.
Alongside NAHS, she has also been a member of the Marysville Swingers Unlimited instrumental combo as an alto saxophone and was in the Monarch Marching Band through her junior year as an alto saxophone. On top of being in the marching band, she was the alto sax section leader during her junior year.
She is very artistic and spends a lot of her free time drawing and taking pictures using her Pentax K-S2 camera.
She said she’ll miss seeing all of her friends every day at Marysville High School when she graduates. However, she said she’s excited to attend a four-year college program.
Through NAHS, she is looking forward to the club field trip at the Pizzuti Gallery March 15.
Students take internships for experience in medical field
By Chase Cuteralli
Three Marysville High School (MHS) students had the opportunity to intern at Memorial Hospital, twice a week, in the past year.
Savannah Sparks, Kassidi Jones and Ethan Smegal are three MHS students who worked along with doctors, nurses and other staff members. They also spent an hour of their school days gaining real-world experience in the field of medicine. These students were also joined by a select group of students from the Early College High School.
“They take us into the different departments,” Sparks said. “We’ve gone to City Gate, Wound Center and other branches.”
Each student said they have their own favorite part about the experience.
“I really liked City Gate,” Smegal said. “I just really like sports and being behind someone who actually deals with recovery and helps the athlete get back on the field is something I really enjoy.”
Both Sparks and Jones expressed their interest for the infants and mothers they were able to meet.
While the internship helps guide these students into careers that interest them, much of the learning comes from the emotions in a hospital.
“When we go into each of the (different) departments, they tell us their ‘low,’” Sparks said. “But that’s what comes with the medical field, so it prepared us.”
This was the first school year for this program, and will continue in the future.
“I guess I didn’t realize all the different jobs needed to run a hospital,” Sparks said. “We’re learning about all of the people that help make medicine possible.”
They said they’re glad they participated, and appreciate the opportunity.
Trip to Italy planned
By Megan Melish
A school trip to Italy is being offered to high school and early college high school students in 2020.
Due to a cancellation of the previous date due to inclement weather, there will be an informational meeting about the trip at 6 p.m. March 5 for all students interested in attending
The country is filled with outstanding sights, sounds and culture. It is known for its arts and widespread influence, such as the Sistine Chapel and the classic Italian dish pizza. Students may also see Venice and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
For more information, students are encouraged to contact Shelly Hasser by emailing her at email@example.com.
MHS students attend tech conference
By Megan Cunningham
Earlier in February, Marysville High School’s (MHS) business and technology students attended the 2019 Ohio Educational Technology Conference.
The conference was held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus, and featured a wide spread of exhibits ranging from exploring new technologies to hands-on demonstrations.
Lindsey Itnyre, a senior business student at MHS, has been involved in numerous business classes throughout her time as a high school student. For college credit, she has taken computer applications, advanced computer applications, marketing, principles of business, accounting and advanced accounting.
“My favorite part about going on the trip was going in and talking to all the different companies and what they do with their business,” Itnyre said. “The biggest part I took away was how technology and innovation are evolving in today’s world.”
After her senior year, she will continue learning about business and technology, and will attend Bowling Green State University’s College of Business next fall.
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