Clayton Kyle Craig is the son of Kyle and Karen Craig and is in the third grade at Highland Elementary School.
What’s your idea of a perfect day? My idea of a perfect day is celebrating my birthday. I would go to the bowling alley, bowl and have lunch, come home to a family party, then have a sleep over with my friends and serve pizza and brownies.
Tell us about your pet(s): My family has three cats. My cat’s name is “Tiger.” He is special because when he plays with a toy he “growls” at his brothers when they come close. The funniest thing about Tiger is that he follows me to school every morning (we walk to school). He waits at the crosswalk or sometimes near the school’s back door. When my mom comes out of the school building, he jumps into the wagon that my mom pulls my sister in and rides home with them.
Who’s invited to your fantasy dinner party, and why? I would invite my school friend Michala to my fantasy dinner because I would like to be good friends with her. She is very nice, helps other people and is very, very pretty. This will probably never happen because her dad says she can’t have a boyfriend until she is 20.
Do you have a favorite joke? My favorite joke is: Meet the “Bigger” family, papa Bigger, mamma Bigger and baby Bigger. Which one is the biggest? Baby Bigger because he is just a little Bigger.
What is your most prized possession? My most prized possession is my Bible, because it is the word of God and it teaches you how to live your life.
Honors received: Citizen of the month in kindergarten, first and second grades, Accelerated Reader in first and second grades, top speller award in first grade, Straight A Honor Roll in first, second and third grades, voted America’s Top Ten Student in first and second grades, science award.
School activities: “GT” program (gifted and talented), participated in Science Fair K through second grades, participates in Field Day activities, school musical programs, Jump Rope for Heart, school fund raisers.
Church/community activities: Sandia Baptist Church, childrens choir and drama, Sunday school, volunteers whenever possible to help at church garage sales, helps man fund raiser booths for Mothers of Preschoolers Outreach Program. After Sept. 11, raised funds around the neighborhood to donate to Red Cross.
Hobbies: Piano, Tae-Kwan-do, collects boxes, builds with Legos, roller skating, bicycling, swimming, snow skiing, playing spy.
Future plans: Get more kids to read, make a better world, grow up and have a fruit farm, get a good degree in college, get married, have a family.
Chance Reid Miller is the son of Bryan and Lexie Miller and is in kindergarten at Ranchvale Elementary School.
What’s your idea of a perfect day? A big pizza party with all my friends so we can play basketball and ride dirt bikes all day.
What is so great about your favorite sport? I really like basketball because everyone can shoot and score.
Who is your hero and why? My dad, because he can do anything and we do everything together.
What is your favorite part about school? I really enjoy the computer lab, I like to learn English.
What is your most prized possession? My new dirt bike, it’s a Honda.
Church/community activities: Member of 21st Street Church of Christ, Sunday Night Bible Study, and Ranchvale 4-H, where he shows swine.
Hobbies: Motorcycle riding, playing with Wyatt (his Australian Shepherd), shooting guns, basketball, football and anything Dad is doing.
Future plans: Plans on attending college to be a doctor. As long as becoming a professional dirt bike rider doesn’t get in the way.