By Stephanie Hageman Posted December 8, 2008
The Brand: What’s your name?
Aimee’: Aimee’ Aitken
TB: What grade are you in?
TB: Tell us about your family
AA: I have two sisters, Julia is in fifth grade and Katelyn is a freshman. My mom, Cheryl is a secretary at Lowry and my dad works at Cyanco and is a volunteer EMT.
TB: Have you ever lived anywhere else?
TB: What is your favorite class? Why?
AA: Study hall, because I get my homework done
TB: Who is your favorite teacher? Why?
AA: Mrs. Flanders, because she has helped me through all my years of high school
TB: Do you have a job? Where?
AA: I work at Arby’s
TB: Do you like it?
AA: It’s okay, I get paid
TB: Why do you work?
AA: So I can afford gas, my car, and pay my cell phone bill
TB: Are you involved in any extracurricular activities?
TB: What are your hobbies?
AA: Shopping, hanging out with friends, texting and chatting on the computer.
TB: What are your Interests (music, books, TV, sports, movies, etc)?
AA: I listen to any type of music except country and oldies. My favorite movies are Dirty Dancing and Prom Night
TB: What are your post graduate plans or goals?
AA: Graduate high school and go to UNR to be a special ed teacher.
TB: How do you think the high school could be better?
AA: Without the drama
TB: Do you have any pet peeves? What are they?
AA: People who sing out loud that think they have a good voice
TB: What is the most important thing in your life?
AA: My friends and my family
TB: What scares you? Why?
AA: Going into the real world after high school, because I’m scared I won’t be able to support myself and afford college.
TB: Have your traveled anywhere? Do you like traveling?
AA: Sometimes I like traveling; I’ve been to Texas, Six Flags and Yellowstone.
TB: What was your most embarrassing moment?
AA: I was walking on the ice to class with my friend, wearing high heels. I slipped and fell right on my butt.
TB: What are you most proud of?
AA: That I’m a senior, this is my last year and I get to graduate with my friends.
TB: What are you passionate about?
AA: I’m passionate about Tinkerbell and fairies
TB: Who are your role Models?
AA: My mom because she has helped me through my years of school
TB: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
AA: Rich and famous
TB: What advice would you give to others about high school?
AA: Keep your grades up, ignore all the drama and do your best through high school.