MOUNT CARMEL ELEMENTARY
The person I most admire is my mom. When my sisters and I are sick she gives us medicine to get better. Next, she looks after us and cares so much! She encourages us to do our very best in school. She is always there to help us with our homework and anything we need. These are the reasons I admire my mom.
Rylee Derrick, 3rd, Mount Carmel Elementary, Ms. McCann
Jesus is the person I most admire. He will help you when you talk to him. I know he can help you and he wants us to tell other people about him. He makes people come back to life and he can make the blind to see. Jesus can help anyone and he helps me. He can even help animals. I admire Jesus the most!
Logan Johnson, 3rd, Mount Carmel Elementary, Ms. McCann
I want to tell you who I admire because he was such a generous guy. He also never gave up at baseball. I admire Roberto Clemente. He was good at baseball and was a great athlete. He hit a lot of balls and could run from base to base really quick. He died in a plane crash as he was taking supplies to another country. One day, I hope I can be remembered like Roberto Clemente.
Alayna Crigger, 3rd, Mount Carmel Elementary, Ms. McCann
I admire my mom and dad. They are my friends. My mom makes my bed and my dad works hard for us. My mom and dad are the best in the world.
Nick Walton, 3rd, Mount Carmel Elementary, Ms. McCann
I most admire my mommy. I look up to her because she does good things for me. She takes us to church to learn about God and takes us out for lunch. She always does things for my birthday and makes sure we have money for food. This is why I most admire my mommy. She is the best person ever.
Alyssa McCloud, 3rd, Mount Carmel Elementary, Ms. McCann
I really admire my nanny. She takes us to church and tries to keep us healthy. She takes us to school and buys us clothes and food. I love living with nanny and I love her.
Ryder Hicks, 3rd, Mount Carmel Elementary, Ms. McCann
HOLSTON VALLEY MIDDLE
Sometimes you may admire someone else’s doing. But if you admire someone’s work you might want to do what they do for a living. But if that person is not willing to help you, you might not be able to do their work because they won’t help you.
Aaron Robertstad, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
I admire my mom. She has always been there for my family. My mom’s name is Brittney. She has three kids named Aaryanna, Anthony, and Marley. Brittney has a husband named Chris. We also have a dog. They play with us and help us with our homework even if they don’t understand and get it wrong. I still love them. They love us and we love them. We could never hope for a better mom.
Aaryanna Cross, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
The person I admire most is my dad. My dad is a loving and trustworthy person who is worthy of this trait. He cares for others in bad times and helps those in need. And mainly, he is a good parent. My dad may not have super powers, but he is still my hero.
Alex Hamilton, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
The person I admire is my grandma. The reason I admire my grandma is because she is really sick. She has stage 4 throat cancer. My grandma has taught me how to be strong by fighting the cancer.
Alexus Stuart, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
I admire my mom, who is the strongest woman I know. She is my role model, my best friend, and the peanut butter to my jelly. Our bond is unbreakable even through the ups and downs/highs and lows. She goes out of her way to do stuff for me even if it causes her to not have fun. She will always be my idol from having to deal with everything she deals with. My mom is many things that I could list, but it might take forever. I’ve loved my mom ever since my heart started beating. I want to be just like her. I love you, Mom.
Anna Campbell, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
Some people I admire are my parents. They are only two people but work together like four people. My parents are thoughtful and amazing. They get us stuff we want and stuff we need. I love my parents because they let us do stuff we want and feed us. That’s why I admire my parents.
Anthony Harley, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
Who I admire is my mom because she means a lot to me and she has been there for me. I chose her because she helps me with a lot of thing like when I need help on my math homework. She will help me and I love and care about my mom. That’s why I chose her. Also, I can talk to my mom about anything and that’s also why I chose my mom.
April Odum, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
A person that I admire would have to be my mother. My mother is a hardworking person who works hours just to make money to put food on the table for my two sisters and my one brother. I want to be as successful as she is so I can get a good job and be able to inspire others. My mom came out of college with a bachelor degree in behavioral science with an elementary education minor. I myself am aiming for a doctorate degree so that I can have my own business being a vet. My mom has passed down her creativity, knowledge, and many other characteristics down to me. I know if I can work as hard as my mom does, I will be able to succeed, too.
Berkley Helbert, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
I would have to say I look up to my mother the most because of all the stuff she has done for my family. Next reason would be that she teaches me to work hard and to never give up.
Billy Parker, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
I admire my papaw. He taught me everything I know. He taught me how to fish, hunt, play sports, and respect. This helps me with my accomplishments such as my first deer, my personal best catfish, and making the basketball team. I look up to my papaw only.
Blake Hayes, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
The person I admires name is James from TheOdd1sOut. I admire him because he always makes me and other people laugh when we are upset. He makes videos twice every month, and he’s extremely funny. The reason I admire him is because I want to be like him when I grow up. I want to draw comics and make people laugh, because it just makes my dad when I make other people laugh.
Caleb Smithson, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
The person that I admire is my dad because my dad is a successful businessman and I want to be one like him or own a business and be the head of everyone who works there. My dad has helped me with so much with baseball, like with my batting, pitching, and catching. He has always told me to never give up and he is also a big inspiration because he is my youth group pastor. He has always helped me with everything and I’m proud to be his son. I never want him to leave because he is the best dad I could ask for. That is who I admire and why I admire them.
Carmine Parson, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
The person I admire is my dad. I admire my dad because he is a hard worker. He has respect for other people. I also admire my dad because he doesn’t give up on things he does or tries. He tells me and my brother that if we want to do well at something we have to learn from our mistakes. My dad believes that there is good in all people. I want to be a good person like my dad is.
Chelsea Woods, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
Someone I admire is my best friend Audrey. She is like my only true friend because all of my other “friends” are talking behind my back or so forth. I just really love her. She brings happiness in my life and I know if I ever needed anything she would be there. One time I needed study notes and she offered to help me and it made it so much easier. I really admire Audrey and I hope we will be friends forever.
Chloe Wise, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
I admire my mother because she is a single mother of five. She is loyal to us and will do whatever it talks for us and all of my family loves what she does.
Christian Ridgely, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
I admire Bob Ross. Not only was he an amazing artist, he was an amazing human as well. He was so peaceful and inspired many people to follow their dreams and do what they love. That’s why he’s my and many others’ role model.
Clay Sherfey, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor
Someone I admire would be my grandpa. He was just happy to not have anything. Then he got the farm and started raising pigs. Someday I hope to do the same.
Clayton Carr, 7th, Holston Valley Middle, Mrs. Taylor