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P i ipal's Live Oak Academy ire Oak Academy Senior Class of 2016, What a great year it has been. Each one of you has made this year par- ticularly special as you have grad- uated. You made it! It has been an honor to get to know each one of you and serve as your principal. I am extremely excited for you and send my best wishes to you. I want to extend my congratulations along with the entire faculty and staff of Live Oak Academy on your achieve- ments. We are very proud of you! I hope the time you spent, whether for a short or long period, at Live Oak Academy was enjoyable and memorable as you gained knowledge and skills you will need for your fu- ture life and career. In addition, I send my warm wishes to all those who have encouraged and supported your education, confi- dent they, too, will enjoy this special occasion. Sincerely, Michael Watson, Ed.D. Principal, Live Oak Academy Home of the Undefeated Owls! Maritza Jazmin Aguado-OlascoagaVictoria Winter Godfrey Ariana Jewel Reyna James Wayne Archer Iii Anjelica Ruth Guerette Jade Brianna Rickabaugh Dylan James Aflaus Trent Lee Gully Trevor Michael Robinson Alyssa Elisabeth Ayala Bernardo Guzman Kimberly Jennifer Rodriguez Kimberly Janette Ayala Nathan Andrew Guzman Rebecca Deanne Rodriguez Victoria Lynn Barbier Megan Lottivine Hamilton Elizabeth Ro)as lavier Eduardo Bautista Serrano Estefany Yudith Hernandez Zurita Isabella Morgan Bernal Ashley Elizabeth Houston Cesar Alejandro Ro)as Tovar Angel Gabriel Capetillo Raheem Latraile Davion Johnson Reyna Marie Sanchez Johnny Cervantes V Victoria luarez Jessica Sanchez Brock Garrison Chapman-Soares Brielle Nicole Knox Cesar Sanchez Garcia Matthew David Charlton Matthew Dale Lecroix Harrison Blase Scheibmeir Cristal Cisneros-Criado Vanessa Lujano Kyle Steven Schick Corey Daniel Clark Ben)amin Sevastian Luna Malik Devon Shelton Taylor Marie Cortez Liseet Mendez Jennifer Melissa Sibrian Dylan Hunter Culp Lisa MicheUe Mora Yessenia Magali Apolonia Jaime Antonio Morales ]essica Morgan Sisario De Leon V'illescaz Alexus Marie Moreno Wesley Reid Smith Lesley Annali Delgadillo Alma Eva Munoz Harrison Phillip Stotts Courtney Allison Dickens Brandon Marc Nelson Natalie Lauren Tavera William Allen Durham Balthazar Caid Nuz Parker Nolan William Thomas Dakota Robert Ellensohn Victoria Ortega Kaylee Debra Turbeville Samantha Paige Fedler Maya Caitlin Pamplona Kaitlynn Ariel Turner Roxana Asdraiy Gallardo Brennan Matthew Phillips Brandon Corey Tyner Desarey Manique Gamez Liliana Posada Robert Anthony Uresti Yasmine Brianna Garcia Astrid Marylu Preciado Elizabeth Garcia Barron Elizabeth Quintana Marcus Sebastian Vargas Marisol Garcia-Bustamante Celine Carlota Ramirez Francisco Javier Vasquez Rosa Isela Gaspar Ryan Alec Ramos Audrey Kate Wright Madelyn Clarice Gladek Isaiah Zachary Rangel Coby Michael Wurz Name: Liliana Posada Age: 17 Parents: Frederic and Linda Sevin Siblings: Yuliana Posada, Juventino D. Posada, Miguel Posada, Emmanuel Posada, Alejandro Posada, Anayeli Posada What's up next for you? My long-term goal is to become a certified public accountant. My short- term goals are to get my tax prepara- tion number and to become a notary. Currently my sister and I are setting up our own small business. What will you miss most about school? What I will miss most about school are the small out-of-topic conversa- tions the teachers and students would have. The conversations would range from childhood experiences to favorite artists, but it was the connection that matters - a connection of shared ex- periences that we feel nostalgic about as we grow up. What will you miss least about school? This one's easy. What I will miss least about school are the early Monday mornings and the cold cafeteria lunch. Who is the teacher who had the most impact on your education? My counselor, Mrs. Kennedy, has had the most impact on my educa- tion. She has influenced my future education by helping me and my sister be able to go to college. Who are three people you'd like to have dinner with? Three people that I would like to have to dinner are Nikola Tesla, An- drew Jackson and John the Baptist. I think there are many questions I would like to ask all these individuals about their lives. Tesla was an extraordinary inventor and Andrew Jackson had a very unique perspective toward the Federal Reserve. I always had curiosity about John the Baptist and about how even the greatest poli- ticians respected him. He is a very admirable person and a very religious figure. I think I will be able to learn so much from all these individuals, both religiously and secularly. How would your best friends describe you? My closest friends would describe me as someone who is loud and who is always making cheesy jokes. How would your teachers describe you? My teachers would describe me as someone who is shy, determined and has a bright mind. What are three things in the news over the past four years that have had an impact on you? Three things that have been in the news that have had a great impact on me include the delinquency in Mexico, the death of a student of a school near mine, and the fatal use of force by the police. How would you change the United States today?, I would change the United States today by changing the legal age when someone becomes an adult. I would change it to 19 years of age. There are several problems I wish to change but know it is impossible to do so. I think if teens had a least one more year to spend with their parents than that would make a great difference in the U.S. There is no better person to teach the next generation about life than those who gave it to them. What is the best advice you have ever received? The best piece of advice I have received was given to me by my morn. She told me that anything is possible if I work hard enough, think smart enough and pray often. Share a piece of advice with future graduating classes. Think for yourself. Don't think for others and don't let others think for you. In everything you do, always try to be different. Four years are nothing compared to the seventy you have left. Hard times will pass and if others have made it through so can you.