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Jamie Wilson
Jamie Wilson
Senior Reporter

Hi, My name is Jamie. I am a senior in the LISA program. My passion area is writing, so I love the opportunities journalism is giving me.

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Senior Reporter

Hi, my name is Maddie Bellmar, and I am a senior here at Mountain View. I have been in Newspaper for three years now and am currently the editor. In my free time, I love hanging out with friends, getting...

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Caleb Escalle
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Hey, my name is Caleb Escalle, I'm a sophomore. My favorite sports to play are soccer and volleyball. I like to hangout with friends and family, my favorite holidays are Christmas and Halloween. I started...

Truc Do
Senior Reporter

Our Very Own Eagle Scout

Tyler Klusman was recently awarded an Eagle Scout reward, one of the highest ranks in the scouts. To achieve this award, you need to climb seven different ranks, become a leader, earn at least 21 merit badges, and more. Plus, sell lots of popcorn.

When asked about why he wanted to become an Eagle Scout, he said, “My mom made me when I was six.” At an early start in his career, Klusman learned the basic principles of being a scout, including the 12 principles of Scout Law. When asked about what it feels like to be an Eagle Scout, he said, “It feels really good. It’s a big accomplishment, which I started when I was really young. It’s 12 years of commitment.”

Being an Eagle Scout is a large responsibility. “It influences young people, and it makes you into a big leader.” Klusman talked about the importance of being someone a young scout can look up to. Klusman had to spend at least four months in a leadership position to become an Eagle Scout.

Leadership is the main part of becoming an Eagle Scout. Some leaders who inspire Klusman are his scout leader and friends. They help him to be a trustworthy and responsible person both within Boy Scouts and in his community. Becoming an Eagle Scout takes a very long time and is an extremely taxing and hard process, but it gives back to the community in which Klusman was raised.

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