Austin’s plan to honor their three senior volleyball players was cut short earlier this week when the District decided to cancel the remainder of the season in an effort to keep players, students, staff and the community safe and healthy. Senior Night was set for Monday, Oct. 26.
Senior bio’s were read over the loudspeaker on Monday.
Kylie Welch. daughter of Steve and Dawn Welch, has been active in volleyball, basketball, co-op track and trap shooting. She is a member of the National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Student Council and Yearbook. Kylie services as vice president for the Class of 2021 and serves in the Army National Guard. Her plans include serving six years in the service while going to college, getting a good job, traveling the world, finding the person she loves and living a long happy life.
Abigail Everitt, daughter of Craig Hooftallen, is active in volleyball, National Honor Society (vice president), National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society and Student Council (vice president). Her future plans are to go to college and lead the best life she can.
Kendra Valenti, daughter of Jesse and Michelle Valenti, has been active in volleyball and basketball. She is a member of Student Council, Yellow Ribbon Club, Yearbook, and St. Eulalia Youth Group. Kendra represented Austin at HOBY, is an altar server at St Eulalia Catholic Church and is involved in the Catholic Heart Work Camp. Her future plans are to attend Penn Tech for dental hygienist, get married, have five kids, and travel the world with her family.
The Austin Area School District wishes the best of luck to each senior.