Shane Townsend

Shane+Townsend

Ward Thomas

Evelyn Driscoll, News Editor

Eagle TV 2.0 has become one of the most important aspects of my SMCHS experience. I joined the program as a freshman and have learned how to plan, write, produce and execute shows in the film industry. I am beyond proud to be a member of the show and have loved being able to create content for my peers. Each week I co-produce the Mid-Week Pick Me Up and the Mental Health Awareness Mondays segments which allow me to explore myself creatively. I am very passionate about being a positive role model, as well as lowering the stigma around mental health, and this program has allowed me to produce this weekly. I value both the friendships and skills I have learned the past three years.”

 

“Volleyball has played a central position in my life. I have been training since I was 11-years-old, and am hoping to continue my career in college. I have learned how to work as a team and build trust with other people. These are vital qualities of the sport, that I have been able to develop through hard work and dedication. I have progressively learned how to balance my life and attack my goals. I am very fortunate to have played a sport that I love with so many amazing people.”