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January Student of the Month McKaley Boothe

Published: Saturday, April 20, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT
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McKaley Boothe has been named January Student of the Month at Polo Community High School. She would like to become an event planner, and continue her education in Florida.

Senior McKaley Boothe, 18, of Polo, is Polo Community High School’s January Student of the Month. She is the daughter of Jeff and Theresa Boothe, and has a brother, Mitch, a PCHS freshman.

Favorite class: physical education, contemporary American thought, or English.

Top teacher: Sarah Kamp, English 12 College Bound.

After graduation: I plan to study horticulture, hospitality, and event management to become an event planner. I hope to attend the University of Central Florida.

Paycheck: I work at the Dixon DQ Grill and Chill.

Best friends: This may sound cliché, but I’d say my parents.

What advice would give freshmen? Stay true to yourself, be nice to everyone, respect your teachers, participate in extracurricular activities, and always try your best.

Favorite singer: Michael Buble.

Favorite actor: Sandra Bullock or Drew Barrymore.

Favorite movie: “Fever Pitch.”

Favorite TV show: “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Favorite food: Panera Bread’s potato soup in a bread bowl.

Biggest fears: Dying or not succeeding.

Least favorite class: I don’t really have one.

I’m in the dictionary next to: Jaunty.

Dream job: An event planner for sporting events.

What would you do with $100,000? I would pay my car off and put the rest toward college.

I’d like to meet: I would have loved to have met Lucille Ball.

Trading places: With Guiliana Ranic (“E! News,” “Fashion Police,” “Guiliana and Bill”) because she has the best job, best style, and is always so positive.

Trading spaces: Barbados. It’s warm, gorgeous, and the perfect place to relax.

Heroes: My parents. No matter what challenge comes their way, they fight through it and always stay positive. They will do anything for my brother and me.

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