Junior Jumpstart Monday: Ethan Kelley


Ethan volunteers at the humane society; he did this for many years.

Adam Schork, Staff Writer

Q: Tell us a little about yourself. 

A: “My name is Ethan. I’m a junior at Huron and I’m doing the CP course option and my main focus is engineering.”


Q: What is your favorite class and why?

A: “I like engineering because I like that I get the chance to build and design things and use my knowledge toward design to solve problems around the globe.”


Q: What hobbies/sports/clubs do you do and why do you like them?

A: “I’m part of the National Honor Society (NHS) because I like to help people and places around my community, my sister did it and she enjoyed it so I thought I might as well try it myself.”


Q: Once the pandemic ends and social distancing restrictions are removed, what’s the first thing you plan to do?

A: “The first thing I would do is go hang out with my friends; I would probably go catch a movie.”


Q: What’s an interesting/unique fact about yourself?

A: “During the summer I was employed at Rolling Hills water park and with that I am cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certified.”


Q: What is one lesson the past year has taught you?

A: “One important thing I learned is the value of time spending with friends and family, because of the pandemic, it really made me realize the importance of it.”