Kenzi Iddings

a class of 2020 senior to know

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Kenzi Iddings was nominated by faculty as a PRHS senior to know from the class of 2020.

I have enjoyed doing things on my own time and not having to wake up before 10 am. I hope for the class of 2021 that your year goes a little better than ours and to not take those simple things we thought were no big deal, like prom and graduation, for granted because you are so lucky to experience those next year. Enjoy it, soak it all in, because unfortunately high school doesn’t last forever.

I will miss the tight knit family that was created while spending my last four years at PR. Always knowing that I had a place to go and people to trust in a safe space like PR is something I will always cherish and never forget.

I am most proud of staying true to myself. High school tests you to see how much you can take until you crack, and it’s up to you to determine how much that is and to never strive away from the person you are/want to be.

I would like that those whom I’m closest, my friends, my teachers, to remember me for my dedication and kindness that I try every day to pursue.

Looking into the next four years of my life, they will take place at Iowa State University. I couldn’t be more excited. There are so many opportunities to flourish as a person and meet so many new people!