Hello! My name is Joanne and I am so honored to be a part of this year’s Twelfth Year program! I attend Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School and I am currently in grade twelve. I am vice-president of the Student Representative Council and I have played on the volleyball team for three years. As well, I have been a part of two drama productions and this year, I decided to become one of the LeBoldus football trainers. This year has been incredible and every opportunity I have been given is unbelievable! My goal for the year was to expand my education, push myself to become the best that I could possibly be, and find my career path, which I was able to do with the great help of the football team. The experience was one I will always cherish as it taught me so much about myself, and about others. Quitting volleyball in my twelfth year was extremely difficult, but football gave me a home. This experience allowed me to put my focus and energy into an activity that would begin to pave the path for my future. After high school I plan to go into Kinesiology at the University of Regina and to pursue a career in Physiotherapy. Everyone always tells you that high school is the fastest four years of your life, but I never believed them. Looking back now I realize one thing, time sure flies when you are having a blast!