This week we are going to be highlighting SGCHS senior, Michaela Johnson. Although Michaela has not participated in any extracurricular activities during her time at Sweet Grass County High School, one of her most memorable moments from her experience took place during her sophomore year. She explains, “I was taking a class in Mrs. Lunceford’s room; someone was filling the fish tank with a hose and left it sitting in the tank. The student walked away, and it fell out of the tank and started flooding the classroom. I was able to rush over and put it back in the tank, but the floor was covered with water”. Michaela offers advice to upcoming high school students by saying, “It might seem hard at first, but it will get easier as you move on, and it might seem slow, but it gets faster. Don’t let the bad stuff get you down; keep your mind on the positive”.
If Michaela were to become stranded on a desert island, she would bring along one of her stuffed animals, a drawing pad, and a shovel.
We wish Michaela the best of luck as she graduates and takes a year to volunteer at the Community Thrift Store here in Big Timber!