Brooke Watson, CHS sophomore, was nominated by Ms. Floyd to be spotlighted as Warrior of the Week in our Behind the Mask series.
I have enjoyed having Brooke in Lit class this year. She is a responsible, independent, and intrinsically motivated student. I admire the confidence she carries herself with. She is friendly, polite, and kind. She enjoys reading and writing and genuinely cares about her education. She is a good influence on her friends without trying to be. I think her six-word story from the beginning of the year showcases her uniqueness and creativity: “Mud and Mascara kind of girl.” She knows who she is, and she lives her truth in a way that shines.Ms. Floyd
About: Brooke Watson
What’s something interesting you want people to know about you?
I have two younger siblings, work at Perrotta’s Pizza, and want to be a real estate agent.
What do you like the most about Cherokee?
The friends I’ve made and the experiences I’ve had here.
What are you involved in at Cherokee and in the community?
I work at Perrotta’s Pizza and I am working on playing softball for Cherokee. This is my first season back since my injury.
What hobbies and interests do you have?
I play softball, crochet, cooking, and I train dogs.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received/given?
“Give your all, even if you’re about to fall. Never give up”
“Don’t fear failure. Fear being in the exact same place next year as you are today.”
We extend our best wishes for Brooke as she continues here at Cherokee, and know she will do amazing things!