5/12 Student Profiles
May 12, 2005
Jeffe’ Gendreau is the daughter of Dave and Denise Gendreau. She is a senior at Clovis High School.
Tell us about your pets? I have three wonderful dogs. Two Boston terriers and a long-haired Chihuahua. They are crazy. Without them here, I don’t think our family would have as much fun because our pets have so much personality. It is hilarious.
What’s your favorite TV show, past and present? My favorite TV show is Spongebob Squarepants. I love that show. My favorite past TV show would have to be Saved by the Bell.
What’s so great about your favorite sport? Being able to spend time with my second family. The drill team girls are the best second family in the world.
What was your most embarrassing moment? One of my most embarrassing moment was in sixth grade. I was practicing at Highland Elementary to try out for the Marshall Kitten Magic (drill team). I had my favorite jeans on, and when I bent over my pants split. Not just a little, but all the way down my leg. What made everything worse, I ended up wearing a pair of my PE coach’s wind pants.
Offices held: Captain of the Clovis High School ( Wildcadetts, junior and senior year; captain of the Marshall Kittens Magic, eighth-grade and freshman year.
Honors received: CHS Honor society, NDA excellence in leadership, ADTS Spirit Award, NDA all-American, ADTS Miss High Kick, USDA All-Star, ADTS Outstanding Achievement, ADTS Exceptional Achievement, Who’s Who Among High School Students.
School activities: CHS Wildcadetts drill team.
Future plans: Attend New Mexico State University and begin my degree in education with a minor in dance.
Jordan Malloy, 18, is the son of Lee and Jamie Malloy. He is a senior at Clovis High School.
What do you envision your life being like in 10 years? I’ll be through with college and hopefully well on my way to a successful career.
What is your idea of a perfect day? Well, at this point in my life, a perfect day for me would be sleeping in, eating a great breakfast, cruising around in our boat on a huge lake, and returning home to a big steak dinner.
If I could do anything, I would ... drive a McLaren F1 down the Autobahn.
Tell us about a fun experience? I went to Las Vegas, Nev., to attend the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show where I saw the latest in after-market automotive accessories.
What is the most exciting thing you have ever done with your family? My family and I went on a week-long cruise to the Caribbean, where we went to five islands, and saw the most beautiful blue water we’ve ever seen. Every minute of the day was filled with excitement.
Honors received: Who’s who Among American High School Students, student Rotarian, and honor roll.
School activities: Honor society.
Church/community activities: Central Baptist Youth Group.
Future plans: Attend Texas Tech and receive a degree in mechanical engineering.
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