Q&A with Olivia Sisler


Nylah Roberts

Olivia Sisler.

Lily Lectka, Staff Writer

Q: What is your name and grade?

A: “Olivia Sisler and 11th grade.”


Q: Do you drive to school? If so do you like driving to school and parking in the parking lot? 

A: “Yes I drive to school, sometimes I feel like people shouldn’t have their licenses but what can you do?  


Q: Would students be more productive if cell phones were banned during school hours? 

A: “I definitely think that phones can be a distraction in some circumstances like when something important is being said or during a lesson, but a lot of students use their phones for listening to music, grades, things like that.” 


Q: Do you have open lunch? If so, do you like it? 

A: “I really do like having open lunch I think you should get it automatically and not have to stress about grades because it’s one hour of freedom where you get to relax your brain outside of school and come back in a better mood.” 


Q: What do you like to do in your free time? 

A: “Besides working I really just hang out with my friends, eat taco bell, go shopping. I also have a really big family so I like spending time with them and watching my little siblings grow up.” 


Q: Where do you work? 

A: “This year I’m doing sound for the booth for Hayes theatre after two years on the stage crew. I am so excited to learn new parts of what makes up the technical side of theatre.”


Q: Do you like having a big family? 

A: “I do like having a big family, I’m the oldest of five. Four girls and one boy. I like helping out and hanging out with them because I can’t do it every day with my schedule.” 


Q: What are you doing after high school? 

A: “My plan is to go to Mount Carmel Nursing School but first I’ll probably get credits out of the way at Columbus State.” 


Q: What’s your biggest pet peeve? 

A: “I think sometimes teachers forget that we have jobs or other classes and sometimes It can be a lot all at once that you just don’t even want to do any of it because you don’t know where to start.” 


Q: What’s one thing you want to accomplish before graduation? 

A: “I want to save up as much as I can and make friendships that I’ll have forever because, in the end, you’re not going to remember what you learned in high school, more of the memories you made.