Student of the Week

Johnny Frank SOTW

Written by Christine Gill

For this edition of SOTW I chose my fellow classmate Jon Frank. I have known Jon since freshman year, we’re both juniors, and while we aren’t really close friends, but we do speak to each other. He is a funny person with a great sense of humor. Around the school he is known to be quite soft spoken, and always in his bag minding his business. Jon may be a party animal on the low, but if he is, he hides it well!. May you ladies and gents enjoy my article.

  1. What is something that everyone looks stupid doing?

I think that everyone looks stupid while they’re trying to either play a game on the Wii or the Xbox Kinect. It’s just so awkward to do, but also very funny to watch as the people try and play the game.

  1. If animals could talk, which would be the rudest?

Probably a cat, they are already a very rude animal as it is. But just imagining what they would say is awful. I would imagine it would be a lot of the cat saying ‘Leave me alone” or “Why don’t you pay attention to me?!” stuff like that. Another reason I believe the cat would be rude is because whenever I hear about talking animals, I think about Garfield. If you watched the show or the movie, or know anything about the character, he is pretty rude. Even if all he wants Lasagna.

  1. In one sentence how would you sum up your experience as a junior?

It’s been pretty rough, but so has every year.

  1. What would be the creepiest thing you could say while passing a stranger on the street? (appropriate).

“You want a candy bar?” I don’t know that’s the first thing that came to mind.

  1. Who is the person you trust most?

Probably people in my family, like my parents, or other family members. Even though they did lie to me about Santa, the Easter bunny, Saint Nick, and all those characters when I was a young kid.

  1. Favorite food of all time.

It’s probably Pizza. Because with pizza, you can always find new toppings, and things to make it with. Not all of them are as good as Pepperoni, but a lot are pretty good.

About the author

Christine Gill