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October 2, 2015

Charger of the Week: Jenna Deluce

by Sarah Beth

This week’s student of the week is senior Jenna Deluce! Jenna is an incredibly well-rounded student due to her academic achievements, involvement in sports, and dedication to volunteer work.

She constantly has a busy schedule because of her involvement in a variety of clubs. Jenna is the president of the prestigious National Honor Society, Co-president of Dance Marathon, senior class officer of student council, external secretary of Interact, Vice-president of Best Buddies, Vice-president of Spanish Club, Member of Mu Alpha Theta, member of Key club, a huddle leader for FCA, and a member of Spanish Honor Society. The Centinal was able to ask Jenna a few questions that could let people know more about herself!

Why are you involved in so many clubs?

The majority of the clubs I’m involved in are service-based. I love getting to help make our school and community a better place. Specifically, Dance Marathon has given me a new perspective on what’s truly important. It’s made me realize how much I take for granted and has inspired me to want to help kids in our community as much as I can.

Do you play any sports?

I play soccer and absolutely love it!

What are some interesting things about you?

I’ve been to the Dominican Republic on missions trips twice and I’m left handed.

Who are some important people in your life?

My little Sister Jordan, my small group leader Britany, Noah Hopkins, and my fabulous friends!

What would you like to do when you grow up?

I would love to work in youth ministry or do something that involves helping kids in the Dominican.

Centennial English Teacher Caleb Curtiss remembered Jenna from freshman English class, “Jenna distinguished herself in my class by asking smart questions and was able to paraphrase my content in a way that helped everyone in the class learn.  Jenna had apparent natural curiosity and wasn’t afraid to explore beyond her initial understanding.”

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