The Senior Spotlight winner for the month of February is Crystal Boyle. Crystal is the daughter of Christopher and the late Joyce Boyle. During her high school career, Crystal was involved in Student Council, FCCLA, Yearbook, World Language Club, SSA, Speech, Book Club, Science Club and NHS. She was also a Class Officer and a Student of the Month.
Her future plans are to attend JJC for two years and then transfer to Olivet Nazarene University to major in Nursing or Pre-Med.
Here are a few thoughts from Crystal’s teachers. Mrs. Elliott says that Crystal “always has a smile on her face and is willing to help anyone. She strives to be her best in and outside of the classroom.” Mr. Meyer believes that Crystal “is a joy to have in class; she is always interactive and witty. She is destined for great things.” Mr. Wolf appreciates that Crystal “is a bright, gifted, hard-working young woman. She has a great sense of humor and doesn’t take herself too seriously. She seems to have a great love of life and her smile brightens up the room.” Mrs. Valiente says that Crystal “is one of the most mature young ladies I have had the pleasure of working with. She knows how to handle an obstacle when it stands before her, and I commend her for having such great maturity at such a young age. She is kind, genuine, and wise, and I know she is going to do amazing things after high school.” Mrs. Leveille remembers Crystal “being quiet and always polite. She smiled easily, was friendly to all students, and worked well with others.” Mrs. Terry appreciates that Crystal “is the first person to step up and pitch in when needed, even when there is nothing in it for her. Not only is she willing to do what it takes to get a job done, she never fails to do it with a smile on her face, her infectious laugh lightening the mood in the entire room.” Mrs. Johnston says that Crystal “is a sweet girl who always has a smile on her face and kind words for others. She is a woman of her word and when she says something will be done, it gets done.” Mr. Carrescia believes Crystal “is a hard worker that is positive and hardworking all the time. She is fun to have in class and is very mature.” Mrs. Benoit appreciates that Crystal “is conscientious with her work and completes her tasks with high quality. She is creative. She thinks outside the box to build models or to solve problems. She is goal-oriented and doesn’t let life get in the way to accomplish her goals. She cares for others, thus she relates with classmates and is supportive always helping others.” Ms. Barber describes Crystal as “as mature, compassionate and caring. She will always go out of her way to exhibit kindness to another student or help someone out. She plans to study nursing in college and most certainly has the personality traits and work ethic for this vocation.” Mr. Welsh says that Crystal is “a new member of the National Honor Society, and she is the most dependable student I have worked with in my time at Reed-Custer. She is always willing to lend a hand. The image I most associate with Miss Boyle is that huge smile that lights up the room and always brightens my day!”
As a final thought, Crystal’s advice to younger students is “Never give up on your dreams or think that you are not good enough. Your dreams are just a reach away.”
On behalf of the teachers and staff at RCHS, we would like to congratulate Crystal Boyle as our February winner of the Senior Spotlight.