Senior Spotlight

Senior Spotlight
Tiffany Ann Ganschow, daughter of Dave and Brenda Ganschow, will leave Wakonda High School with no regrets. She also reminds those she will leave behind to work hard, for it pays off.

Ganschow, the oldest of two children, was born May 3, 1988, in Yankton. Ganschow's younger brother is Andrew, a freshman.

Ganschow has spent her entire life living in Wakonda. In her four years of high school, she has been involved in volleyball (four years), basketball (four years), track (one year), golf (three years), softball (four years), peer helpers (four years), and Teens-in-Action (two years). She has maintained a high G.P.A. while remaining keeping this involved-schedule.

Tiffany's most embarrassing moment was when, "we senior girls were walking back from Ashley Steffen's house at lunch and I slipped on the ice and fell right on my butt." Her funniest moment was when Ashley Anderson fell off the stage practicing for eighth-grade graduation.

Her favorite music is country and R&B while her favorite movie is 50 First Dates. Tiff's pet peeve is when people always think they are right!

"Always have fun, don't regret not doing something and don't regret working hard because it pays off," said Ganschow. One thing she has learned about life is to never be afraid to make mistakes, because you will only learn from them. Ganschow wishes she had tried a little harder to get straight A's.

Her plans are to attend Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls to become a diagnostic medical sonography-abdominal OB/GYN.

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