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Sarah Krumme: Leaderhship above the rest

Sarah Krumme: Leaderhship above the rest

This administrative-minded senior who’s earned the Super Senior spotlight has dedicated her high school years to a passion to help others and impact their lives. Sarah Krumme has been involved in Bearcats Care, ASB as the Staff and School relations director, International Club, Friday Night Live club, and five AP classes in total. She accumulated a 4.2 GPA while completing all her GEDs for her college This administrative-minded senior who’s earned the Super Senior spotlight has dedicated her high school years to a passion to help others and impact their lives. Krumme has been involved in Bearcats Care, ASB as the Staff and School relations director, International Club, Friday Night Live club, and five AP classes in total. She accumulated a 4.2 GPA while completing all her GEDs for her college classes through Cuesta. Krumme plans to attend Cal Poly as a Speech Therapy major in the fall, being one out of the 11 students attending as well.

With over 200 hours of community service hours – from Trinity Lutheran school, Paws Cause kitten raiser, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and JOOI Club – Krumme finds purpose and satisfaction in serving her community through Peer Communications. According to Krumme, Bearcats Care was her most important activity as she has been able to connect with students and realize the potential they have.
“I still talk to people that I’m not super close with, even if I met them at Bearcats Care they smile at me and we talk and I feel like that’s a difference that I’m proud to have left and that makes me happy,” Krumme said.

Senior Kelli Hopkins is Krumme’s best friend who has noticed the positive impact that she has left. Hopkins has seen the amount of respect that Krumme has among other students daily by just walking down the halls with her.

“She is always thinking about other people. I love how understanding she is and she goes out of her way to just make people comfortable,” Hopkins said.

Krumme has also held the position as director of Staff and School relations for three years. In the past she attended board meetings to give a report on high school events, activities, and efforts. Through the Superintendent Advisory Board, which she has been a part of for four years, she worked with Superintendent Curt Dubost alongside fellow student representatives of PRHS.

 I really rooted myself in right, but I think the fact that I can walk in the halls and like recognize someone from one of the activities we’ve done, and we’re both just like hi how you doing like to see that people are more happy

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