CFISD Student of the Week: Morgan Adedunye

September 26, 2016

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Sept. 26, 2016—Labay Middle School eighth-grade student Morgan Adedunye, a science fanatic who also excels at language arts, wants to follow her dream of representing her country while playing volleyball in the Olympics. The region choir member who plans to major in biology at the University of Texas says she enjoys being a role model for her younger brother and sister.

 School: Labay Middle School

 Age: 13

 Grade: 8

Accomplishments: Varsity choir member; Most Outstanding Soprano 2, honor roll, Most Outstanding Language Arts student, region choir member.

Favorite class: Science. “I enjoy learning about why things are the way they are.”

Favorite things to do after class: Hanging out with friends, listening to music and watching movies.

Favorite song: Ride by 21 Pilots

Favorite website: Sephora.com. “I like shopping for new products and brands.”

Favorite TV show: Impractical Jokers. “I love a good laugh when I watch TV.”

Favorite movie: The Game Plan. “It demonstrates good family values.”

Ambition: “I want to play for the national volleyball team and represent the United States at the Olympics. I would also like to attend the University of Texas, play volleyball and major in biology.”

What topics/things are you passionate about? “I am passionate about volleyball and pushing myself to work hard. I also love spending time with my family.”

What inspires you? “My mom inspires me to be a better person. She is loving, kind, encouraging and the ultimate role model. I hope to be like her when I grow up. I am also inspired by people who never give up and persevere through their trials.”

What three things can’t you live without? “I cannot live without my family, friends and the determination to achieve my dreams.”

What are you most looking forward to this semester? “I am most looking forward to volleyball season. EFND!”

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