WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

Levi Knuth

Levi Knuth is pictured above at a cross country meet.

To kick off the school year, this week’s Wolf of the Week highlights our Student Body President Levi Knuth and his responsibilities and hopes for this school year. Levi is a senior who has been involved in Student Council since his freshman year, starting at his class’ vice president position, serving as class president for his sophomore and junior year. Now he is spending his last year here at WKHS serving our entire student body. Aside from Student Council and academics, Levi has been involved in cross country and track and field during his time at WKHS. He is also in Boy Scouts, about to earn his Eagle Scout.



As Body President, Levi is in charge of overseeing all of the student council for all grades, delegating their roles and responsibilities and communication to not only the kids but also the teachers about big events coming up, fundraisers and spirit opportunities. As he leaves Kilbourne, his goal for our school this year is for more inclusivity and more participation from the whole student body. He wants Kilbourne to be a place where everyone feels comfortable having fun and where everyone has a place they belong. Overall, Levi is just looking forward to making Kilbourne not only a better place, but also a more fun place for all kids to enjoy high school.



Pictured above, student council members wrap gifts for the 2022 Holiday Compassion Project.

Levi has been a student at Kilbourne all four years of his high school career. During his interview, we asked him for some of his favorite things during his time at Kilbourne and for some good advice to students. His favorite memory was qualifying for the state cross country meet his sophomore year. The class he is most grateful he took was APUSH, shoutout Chid! The last thing he left us was three pieces of advice to help you not only succeed, but also enjoy your time at Kilbourne: 1. Commit to be involved; be involved wherever you can in your school and community 2. Pay attention in class and do your homework; if you actually put effort in it will help you in the long run. 3. Have fun, high school doesn’t last long. Don’t forget to submit nominations for Wolf of the Week on our website, let’s have a great year Wolves!

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Hi! I'm Ella Schumacher, a Sophomore writer for The Ravine. I am a forward on the Varsity Girls' Soccer team and I work at Masseys Pizza, Worthington. Outside of school, I am very involved in YoungLife and my church. I love to read, my favorite book being Song of Achilles and I enjoy listening to Mac Miller, Frank Ocean, Mac Demarco, and Taylor Swift. I love Starbucks' refreshers and pink lemonade, specifically from Skyline Chili.  One fun fact about me is that I know every word to every song from the entire Hamilton soundtrack.    

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