Name: Jack Arnette
Role Model: I would have to say that my role model is my dad. My dad has worked hard his entire life in order to support our family and has instilled a strong sense of moral values in myself as well as my brothers and sisters. He sets a good example for people as well as an example of how hard work and determination pay off in the end.
Teacher with the most impact: Both Mr. Ker and Mr. Santangelo have had the most impact on me during my time at Shore. Mr. Ker was my history teacher for both my sophomore and junior years, and Mr. Santangelo was my AP Biology teacher junior year. Both teachers helped me advance my education as well as making class a fun, exciting environment. I am happy to have had both of them as teachers and will continue to look to them for help in the future.
Activities: I am currently involved in Interact, National Honor Society, Ski Club, and various volunteer organizations.
Future Goals/Plans: My future goals are to go to college and enjoy my time there. I plan on earning various degree's and taking my education to the highest level, allowing me to get a job that I like and that will open up new opportunities for myself. I plan on living my life to the fullest and enjoying each day as they come.
Personal Quote: "Don't reject something until you try it." - Jack Arnette and Brendan Blair
Name: Teresa Campbell
Role Model: My role model is my grandma, "Ma", for always encouraging me to try my best in everything I do.
Teacher(s) with the most impact: Ms. Cronk and Mrs. Ross have both impacted me immensely. Their constant dedication to both their classes and the school community in general has inspired me to be equally as dedicated. They have both demonstrated to me how hard work pays off and have made it fun along the way!
Activities: I am currently involved in Student Council, Math League, FOR Club, and National Honor Society.
Future Goals/Plans: My future plans consist of graduating college, doing a job I love, and living a happy life with my friends and family.
Quote: "It's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” ― Marilyn Monroe