By: Bridgette Gourley
Our December student spotlight for The Squire is Eisenhower High School junior, Macey Eyler. She is very determined and works to maintain good grades year-round. Additionally, she is involved in many activities both inside and outside of school. The Squire would like to get to know a little more about Macey, so we decided to sit down at lunch and ask her just a couple more questions.
The Squire: What are your hobbies outside of school?
Macey Eyler: I work on cars and I enjoy hanging out with friends. I also was in 4H since I was eight years old, but just recently quit because of all the COVID restrictions. I was involved in volleyball from 8th-10th grade and track in grade 7.
TS: What is your favorite part about EHS and why?
ME: I like the teachers at Eisenhower because they are very helpful and caring. Whenever you need help or someone to talk to, there is always a teacher available and willing to help!
TS: What are your goals for this school year?
ME: My goals this year are to be more organized and get all my work in on time. This year has been tough on everyone because some people do online while others do it on paper. Teachers have been quarantined on and off, so it also makes assignments get pushed back longer than they usually are.
TS: How has COVID affected your daily life?
ME: COVID has affected many people in different ways. Hanging out with friends has been a big issue because you are supposed to stay in smaller groups. In school, when we take “mask breaks,” we all have to stay six feet apart and get two minutes to take your make off. COVID also makes school difficult because of the technology barrier.
TS: What is your favorite subject in school, and why?
ME: My favorite subject in school is English. I enjoy English because it is a very fun way of learning and I like to write stories. English has always been my favorite subject in school.
The Squire would like to congratulate Macey Eyler for being the student spotlight! Macey is a very determined and hard-working girl, who is on her way to great things. She has many different goals for after high school. We wish you nothing but the best for your future, Macey.