Willow Springs Class of 2020 Senior Projects

In a normal year, seniors in Willow Springs have the chance to present their senior projects at a presentation night in the Spring. This year, the class of 2020 did not resume school in time to host their presentation night. 
All graduating seniors were able to complete their projects, and these pages are devoted to the recognition their achievements deserve. All photos were submitted by seniors, their families, or the school. 
Jackson Bailey
He focused on the happiness of individuals in their jobs as his research and produced a job fair for his fellow students. 
Jon Baker
He built a picnic table to place in the park at Booster Field park and studied the importance of physical activity.
Heidi Briggs
She researched autism and sponsored a Bears Cares club in the elementary school to teach students how to support peers with special needs.
Sarah Brim
She researched the benefits of spending time with nursing home residents and sending them cards.
Reagan Brook
She researched human trafficking. She also learned how to make a quilt and then made a quilt to donate to a women's shelter.
Kassidy Brotherton
She researched therapy animals and completed training with her dog, Opie, to certify him as a therapy animal. She took Opie to Willow Care to visit the residents both before the coronavirus lockdown and after. 
Erika Brown
She researched deforestation and built birdhouses.  
Kobie Bunch
He researched big game hunting and European-mounted three deer skulls.

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