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Student of the Month Maribeth Johnson

Published: Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT
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(Alex T. Paschal/apaschal@saukvalley.com)
If it's a musical activity at Dixon High School, November Student of the Month Maribeth Johnson is involved in it.

Maribeth Johnson, 18, a senior at Dixon High School, is the November Student of the Month. She lives with her parents, Ruth and Dave Johnson, and brother, Patrick, 15. 

Favorite class: Choir is my favorite, because I love to sing, and I like being involved in our choir department.

Top teacher: Dave Stanley, because he really challenged us to do our best.

Extracurriculars: I’m involved in tennis, madrigals, jazz choir, jazz band, drama and Key Club.

After graduation: I am going to college to study pre-med.

Favorite singer or musical group: Ricky Nelson.

Favorite actor: David Tennant.

TV show: “Doctor Who”.

Hobbies: Reading, playing piano and listening to music.

Favorite game or outdoor activity: Tennis.

Favorite food: Mashed potatoes and peas.

Biggest fear: Being stuck in a crowded area where I didn’t know anyone.

Least favorite class: Physics.

What makes your blood boil? People who don’t finish their sentences.

What kind of music makes your skin crawl? Country.

Where are some of the places you like to hang out? I hang out at my friends’ houses, because we have fun watching movies and eating food together.

Survival guide: Keeping a positive attitude and staying focused on your goals.

Useless knowledge: Everything I learned in psychology.

I’m in the dictionary next to: Musical; I’m involved in every musical activity offered at school.

Secret twin: I’ve had people tell me I look like Anne Hathaway, but I don’t really see it.

Personal trivia: I enjoy tap dancing.

Dream job: I’d like to try being a window washer on a skyscraper.

Trading places: I’d love to be a Time Lord from “Doctor Who” and travel through space and time.

Trading spaces: I’ve been to London before, and I would love to go back, because it is such a beautiful and historic city.

Read this: “Devil in the White City” by Eric Larson. It’s a crime novel about the Chicago World’s Fair

Shout out: Thanks to all my friends and family who support me all the way!

 

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