Alyssa Cline’s Senior Biography

By Alexa Cline, Senior   

     Alyssa Cline is the second child of Jenni and Jeromy Domingus to graduate from Pawnee City High School. She’s the middle child of seven children-- four of which are currently residing in Pawnee. Her twin, Alexa Cline; her younger sisters, Dominque “Nikki” Owens and Devon Gilmore; as well as her youngest brother, Anthony Domingus, are among those mentioned.
     When asked to recall her time in the elementary, Alyssa said that her favorite memory was when the class of 2015 sat down together to watch Where the Red Fern Grows. The senior went on to say “I think Cheney (Cline) and I were the only girls who actually cried, but it was definitely entertaining to watch Andrew (Belding) hide his tears.”
Of course her fondest high school memory was the Pawnee City school’s band trip to Chicago, Illinois. Band, of which is just one of the many school activities and sports she’s involved in. Alyssa has also participated in speech, track, journalism, after school tutoring, play production, student council, and National Honor Society. Other activities she takes part in for the community include giving blood, volunteering at the library, helping with the backpack program, and delivering meals on wheels.
     Currently, Alyssa is debating either going on to attend the University of Nebraska Lincoln or College of the Ozarks, located in South Missouri. Because of her experience on the Pawnee City School’s speech team, as well as her love for english, she plans to double major in english and business.

 
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August 14 - 17  Teacher inservice

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