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Kyndalin Byrd this week’s female senior spotlight

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Kyndalin Byrd is this week’s B-D female senior spotlight.

Having high goals and reaching them is a quality that most people can not lay claim to. However, most people are not this week’s B-D Donkey Feed female senior spotlight Kyndalin Byrd. Byrd has set some very lofty goals for herself during her high school career and reached them. One goal was to reach the 1,000 point club in basketball and she reached it. Another was to be class Valedictorian and again she reached it. Byrd has accomplished many things either on the softball field, basketball court or in the classroom and her future looks bright ahead. While trying to achieve perfection, Byrd took some time out of her busy schedule and answered our questions.

B-D: When I was young, I imagined myself as…

Byrd: I always pictured myself playing softball for the rest of my life

B-D: What is an accomplishment you’re proud of?

Byrd: I’m proud that I have always pushed myself and got Valedictorian.

B-D: What are your plans after high school?

Byrd: I plan to go to college at SWOSU and get a degree in radiology and sonography

B-D: What is your favorite junior high memory?

Byrd: My favorite memory was being a manager for all the high school sports teams and traveling with them.

B-D: What is a favorite high school memory?

Byrd: My favorite memory was doing senior skip day and bonding with my friends.

B-D: What will you miss the most after you graduate from Bray-Doyle?

Byrd: I will miss how much Bray feels like home. I love being able to walk in and always have someone smile at you and talk to you if you’re having a bad day.

B-D: What class have you enjoyed the most and why?

Byrd: I have enjoyed all of my English classes because Mrs. Hough cares so much about her students success and is always willing to help.

B-D: Who is your favorite teacher/faculty member and why?

Byrd: Mr. Vines is my favorite because he always makes me laugh, but I’m still funnier than him.

B-D: What three words best describe you?

Byrd: The three words that best describe me  are funny, kind, and athletic.

B-D: How would you like to be remembered as you leave Bray-Doyle?

Byrd: I would like to be remembered as someone you could always come to if you needed to talk and someone who was always involved and had school spirit.

B-D: What are some words of wisdom you would give to the under-classmen?

Byrd: Ask for forgiveness instead of permission. Don’t worry about having bad days because I promise it will get better. Everything happens for a reason.