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Senior Angel Jones Has Big Plans
May 29, 2014By Donald Clark of Greene Central High School
By Stormie Moore
Senior Angel Jones, daughter of Dennis and Angela Jones of Hookerton, is planning big things for herself in the future.
Jones has big plans once she graduates from high school and takes the summer for a vacation from school. “I live in Hookerton and have lived there all my life,” said Jones.
“My plans are to attend the University of North Carolina at Pembroke after I graduate. I have been accepted to this college and many others including Winston-Salem State University, Elizabeth City State University, and Chowan University, so my decision was difficult to make,” commented Jones.
“I have always liked working with computers, so I knew I wanted to make this my career,” said Jones. She plans to study Computer Science at UNC-Pembroke.
Jones participates in extra-curricular activities where she has also been awarded Student of the Month because of her achievements.
“I participate in Future Business Leaders of America, Spanish Club, and the Yearbook Club,” said Jones.
She feels like participating in these clubs during her high school career helped contribute to her college acceptance.
“Angel is mature, hard-working, caring, and goal driven. When you give Angel an assignment, you don’t worry about it--you know it will be carried out to the best of her ability, which means the assignment will be done well,” said Digital Media teacher Sandra Stocks. “On a personal note, I have enjoyed getting to know Angel and her family, and I will truly miss her after graduation.”
“Angel was a joy to teach; she was always willing to do what was asked of her without complaining,” commented math teacher Dana Hedgpeth.
“Potential is the best word to describe Angel. She has tons of it. Whatever she chooses to do, she will do great at it,” said Lenoir Community College Graphics teacher Doug Harrison.
“Angel has very big plans in her future, and I know she will succeed at the things she plans to accomplish in life,” commented math teacher Rebecca Burris. “She is a very responsible young lady that has never giving anybody a hard time.”
“Angel was my top students in Microsoft Excel/Access; she maintained an ‘A’ plus average,” said Business teacher James Monroe. “Angel was duel certified in both Excel and Access; she was a joy to teach.”