Sarah Bucklew Hidgon is the daughter of Nelson Bucklew and Karen Higdon. She has received her Paraprofessional from Western Technology Center. She is a member of the National Technical Honor Society. She enjoys reading in her spare time as well as watching every Netflix crim documentary. After high school she plans to go to Western Oklahoma State College to start working on getting her education degree.
What is your most memorable moment in high school?
Probably when Lexy and I stopped in the middle of the road between classes and performed a full song while dancing around the whole time. Then went to class like nothing happened.
What is your most creative excuse you’ve used to get out of doing homework?
I promise it’s done, it’s at my house.
Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now?
Working in a school as a teacher, probably married, and starting a family.
Finish this sentence: “I could not live without…”
I could not live without chapstick. If you saw me in class or in the hallways I was probably putting chapstick on.
Describe your senior year in three words.
Disappointing, short, and unexpectable.
Finish this sentence: “I will always remember…”
I will always remember how I could go to Mrs. Carnes for literally anything and she would help me. She helped me with a lot of hard things in my life and I will never forget how amazing of a person she is.
What are your plans for the future?
I plan on going to college and getting my Education degree and coming back to work in small schools.
Any advice for the Junior Class?
Literally enjoy every moment you get and be grateful for what you do get, because like you can see nothing is promised.