Kindergarten Spotlight

By: Jason Adams

The Squire got the opportunity to interview Callie Delp and Lilly Jespersen for the kindergarten spotlight. Callie and Lilly are both students in Mrs. McAvoy’s class.

The Squire: What’s your favorite part about Kindergarten?

Callie Delp: I like learning, especially math.

Lilly Jespersen: I like being with my teacher.

TS: What is your favorite subject?

CD and LJ: Math!

TS: Do you play any sports? If you could change one rule of your favorite sport, what would you change and why?

CD: I play Tee-ball for Sugar Grove. If I had to change one thing, I would combine Girl Scouts and Tee-ball!

TS: What do you want to be when you grow up?

CD: I’d like to be a dentist.

LJ: I want to be a vet.

TS: If you could swap places with anyone or anything in the world, who or what would it be and why?

CD: I would switch pretty much from not being a dentist anymore, and would instead be the world’s president.

LJ: I wouldn’t be a dentist either! I would want to be a worker in the office.

TS: If you could choose a new name for yourself, what would it be?

CD: I would name myself Mrs. Pie!

LJ: I’d name myself Miss Lion.

TS: If you had to eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?

CD: It would pretty much be… Ice cream.

LJ: Pizza!

TS: If you were a superhero, what would your name be, and what would be your superpower?

CD: Captain Callie with Frozen powers!

LJ: Girl Spiderman with web powers!

TS: How do you think peanut butter is made?

CD: …with bear wax?

LJ: From cows with butter?

TS: Do you have any advice for other Eisenhower students?

CD: I hope I get to be with my sister in first grade, because we aren’t in the same class. So, my advice I am going to go with is, try to be with your friends, and welcome everyone to their new classes!

LJ: Show the new kids around!

     The Squire was pleased to interview these kindergarteners. The new addition of elementary schoolers, and their enthusiasm and eagerness to learn, gives Eisenhower a more up-beat and positive atmosphere. The Squire tries to incorporate the younger students in some projects to create unity between the two schools and to combine us as one.

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