Newman Student of the Month: Kyle Moore
|Senior Kyle Moore, 18, of Rock Falls, is Newman Central Catholic High School's October Student of the Month. Physics is his favorite class. "It's something completely new to me." (Philip Marruffofirstname.lastname@example.org)|
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Senior Kyle Moore, 18, of Rock Falls, is Newman Central Catholic High School’s October Student of the Month. He is the son of Jeff and Angie Moore of Rock Falls; his sister is Kayla Moore, 19, a student at the University of Illinois.
Favorite class: Physics. I really like the teacher, Lisa Cook. It’s something completely new to me, and she makes learning easy.
Extracurriculars: Football, basketball, baseball and spring musical. And I’m a Kairos leader.
After graduation: I hope to attend the University of Illinois and study business management.
Paycheck: I work at Moore Tires, Rock Falls, as a tire tech during the summer. It’s hard work, but I enjoy it.
Best friend: Luke LeMay. We’ve known each other since we were in fifth grade. We’re close with each other’s families, too. Every time we’re together, it’s a good time.
Favorite musical group: Zac Brown Band.
Favorite actor: Daniel Craig (as James Bond).
Favorite TV show: “Big Bang Theory.”
Hobbies: Golfing and pingpong.
Favorite food: Steak – medium.
Favorite place to shop: The Nike Factory Store in Chicago.
Biggest fear: Not living up to my expectations.
Pet peeve: Being poked.
What kind of music makes your skin crawl? Screamo.
Haunts: After football games, we go to McDonald’s and just hang out for an hour.
I’m in the dictionary next to: Dedicated, because whenever I do something, I give 100 percent; I’m never half-hearted about anything.
Secret twin: People have said I look like Matthew McConaughey.
Personal trivia: I can juggle pretty well.
Dream job: Skydiving instructor.
Trading places: Brian Urlacher of the Chicago Bears. He’s who I look up to in football.
Trading spaces: Australia. The wildlife and nature – it just looks so cool on TV.
Read this: “Eragon” and the Inheritance Cycle series by Christopher Paolini. I like the fantasy-type stories.
Favorite website: Facebook.
What would you do if you had $100,000? I’d give some to my family, and I’d take a trip around the world.
What do you wish your high school offered? Men’s indoor volleyball in the spring. I think we’d be pretty good.
What’s a tip you would give freshmen for making high school life easier? Do what you can to stay friends with your classmates through high school. Time is going to run out.
Shout out to: Cierra Wilder at Rock Falls High School.
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