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Elizabeth Cook Spotlight: “Getting Through School is Most Important to Me.”

Lauren Schafer, Staff Writer

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Elizabeth Cook, sophomore, said her parents push her to do her best.

“My parents are my biggest form of support,” Cook said. “My mom is my role model because she cares a lot about [my future]. I strive to be like her.”

 

With the support of her parents, Cook hopes to succeed in school to go to college.

“I want to go to college to become a¬†anesthesiologist.”

While school is Cook’s main focus, she has hobbies she likes to do.

“I like to paint, draw, anything with art and play video games on [my] computer.”

Cook says that getting through high school, with the help of her parents, older brother, and younger sister, will help her achieve her dream of becoming an anesthesiologist.

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