Leeanna Wolf, 17, of Rock Falls, is Rock Falls High School’s March Student of the Month. She is the daughter of Lonnie and Traci Wolf, and has a sister, Adison, 15.
Favorite class: I love both chemistry and French, because in chemistry, we learn about how and why things work the way they do, and how it affects us in our everyday lives. With French, I love learning about the different dialects, and speaking it is a lot of fun. Also, both teachers, Mrs. Purdy for chemistry and Mrs. Erickson-Bets for French, push their students to do better, which I think is great.
Top teacher: Mrs. Purdy. Not only does she teach us about chemistry, but she also teaches us about life and how even the smallest chemical indifference can have a major impact on humans. Also, she cares about her students a lot and wants them to succeed in life.
Extracurriculars: I’m involved with B.L.I.N.D., French Club, Thespian Troupe, and I participate in the plays.
After graduation: I’m going to be attending Harding University in Searcy, Ark. I would love to become a guidance counselor for high school students.
Best friend: Paige Gann. We’ve been best friends since preschool. The coolest thing about her is she isn’t afraid to speak her mind. Also, I know that, no matter what, she would drop everything to help me through any situation, and she knows I would do the same for her.
Favorite singer and musical groups: Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, and Hunter Hayes
Favorite actors: Channing Tatum and Chris Evans
Favorite TV show: “Sleepy Hollow”
Favorite movie: “Frozen”
Favorite food: Almond Joys, chicken stir-fry, and shrimp
Biggest fear: Losing everyone I love
What makes your blood boil? When people think they are better than others and seeing students bully other students.
Hangouts: I love spending time at Sinnissippi Park, especially the walking paths, because it has such a calming atmosphere.
High school survival guide: Get involved with as many activities as you want.
Useless knowledge: The Pythagorean Theorem. I can do it and tell you all about it, but I highly doubt I will ever use it.
I’m in the dictionary next to: Positive, because no matter how bad a situation is, I will always try my best to find the good in it.
Trading spaces: I would go to either Cassis, France, or Barcelona, Spain, because I loved being in both places when I was there in June 2013.
Read this: “And Then There Were None” by Agatha Christie
Shout out to: My friends and family. Without you guys, I wouldn’t be who I am today, and I want to thank you for helping me become that person. I love all of you from the bottom of my heart. Also, to the Rock Falls High School administrators, staff, and faculty, thank you for everything you have done for the student body this year. You guys are seriously the best, and I’m going to miss you all next year.