PrHS Senior Spotlight: Sean Oberg

This week Proctor High School is proud to shine the senior spotlight on:
Sean Oberg

What is your favorite PrHS memory?
My favorite memory is lunch time.

What activities/sports/clubs/jobs do/did you participate in?
Mentoring program, worked various jobs

What adult in this building do you think knows you the best?
Ms. Kutcher – “When Sean came into my classroom, at the beginning of the school year, he was quiet, reserved, and not super interested in conversation. As the year progressed, he started to open up and share a different side of himself. I watched as he opened up and started cracking jokes (often at my expense) and being silly with the rest of the students in the class. He offered a sort of quiet leadership to the group. When Mr. Daley asked him to join his peer leaders group, I made it a point to try my best to convince him. He looked at me like I was crazy when I told him that I saw him as a really good role model. He did end up joining the group and has been a wonderful addition. Sean has a very caring personality that he does not like to show everyone. In class, we jokingly call him a big teddy bear!
I think my favorite memory of Sean is when he walked into my first block painting class with a Bob Ross stuffed doll, placed it on my desk, and said “Don’t scream!” I was totally shocked, and because I had to hold in my overly, excited reaction, I started to tear up and he said “Oh great now, I made you cry!” Everyone joined in on the laugh and it brought our whole class together for that moment. He still likes to bring up that he made me cry and I have to remind him that it was because he did something NICE for me! I know Sean wants to pursue a career in education and I believe he will be an amazing teacher. Students look up to him at school now and I know he is going to have the same quiet and caring leadership in the classroom. His future students are very lucky to have him.

What is your plan for after high school?
I plan to work at Hannafords.

What advice do you have for the underclassmen?
Get your stuff done and get out!

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