March 3, 2024 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Senior Spotlight: Libby Rowland

Leading up to graduation, we asked five seniors five questions.
First up is senior Libby Rowland.

What will you be doing next year?
I will be attending Danville Area Community College and plan to transfer to Illinois State University.

What is your favorite memory from SJO?
My favorite memory is being part of the Maroon Platoon and going to Student Council State Convention.

What have you learned at SJO that you will take with you into adulthood?
I learned to not stress over the little things or take anything too seriously.

What are you looking forward to the most with graduation?
I was voted for “worst case of senioritis” so I’m just ready to be done and celebrate with my friends.

What will you miss the most about SJO?
I’ll miss seeing my friends every day in the hallways.

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