Interview #1: LABBB Student Achieves the Rank of Eagle Scout

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I had the honor and privilege of interviewing Ross, a student at LABBB Lexington High School, who recently became an Eagle Scout. I was very inspired by his accomplishment and took the opportunity to interview Ross and get to know him a little more. He is an amazing young man and he has learned many great life lessons on the long road to attaining this very highly regarded rank. Ross and I both were a little nervous while we conducted the interview, it was our first time doing this!  We hope you enjoy it and I want to say thank you to Ms. Dickson for filming Ross and I and all of the teachers who worked with Ross to prepare him for this interview.

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4 thoughts on “Interview #1: LABBB Student Achieves the Rank of Eagle Scout

    Regina said:
    January 30, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    Nice job Ross!

    Carol Chaisson said:
    January 31, 2013 at 5:18 am

    Ross,
    It has been so wonderful to get to know you over the years and watch you become such an outstanding young adult. Keep up the hard work and congratulations on all of your accomplishments!
    Mrs. Chaisson

    Students from room 825 said:
    January 31, 2013 at 8:00 am

    Ross,
    Congratulations on becoming an Eagle Scout. Our class watched your interview today for current events and it was awesome! We were impressed by your confidence during the interview and we learned a lot about making and achieving goals for ourselves. You are a great role-model for others! Hope to see you around school

    Your friends from room 825
    Lexington LABBB

    Regina said:
    February 3, 2013 at 3:22 pm

    nice job ross

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