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Polo May Student of the Month

The May  Student of the Month at Polo Community High School is Sydney Brown. Her dream job would be to become a famous photographer.
The May Student of the Month at Polo Community High School is Sydney Brown. Her dream job would be to become a famous photographer.

Sydney Brown, 17, of Polo, is Polo Community High School’s May Student of the Month. She is the daughter of Janet and Daniel Brown, and has a brother, Justin, 26.

Favorite class: Art

Top teacher: Jamie Harmon, art and yearbook

After graduation: Undecided

Best friend: Amber Knalsen

Favorite musical group-singer: Way to many too name

Favorite food: Sushi

Favorite actors: Robert Downey Jr., Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams, and Emma Stone

Favorite movie: The Breakfast Club”

I’d like to meet: If I could bring my music playlist to life, my life would be made.

Favorite TV show: “Adventure Time” or “Regular Show”

Biggest fear: Losing my family and friends

Least-favorite class: Science

Trading places: I would love to go to China for the culture and the yummy food.

What kind of music makes your skin crawl? None, I love almost everything. Music is music.

High school survival guide: Don’t sweat it – it’s just high school.

I’m in the dictionary next to: Different

Dream job: Famous photographer

What would you do with $100, 000? Save it for a rainy day.

Trading places: With a flapper from the 1920s. I swear I was born in the wrong decade.

Hero: My parents

Shout out to: Hi, Mom.

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