Taylor Green cherishes memories of Meadowview Christian School
Taylor Green envisioned spending her final year at Meadowview Christian School adding to her collection of memories.
Green’s plan ended on March 13 when Gov. Kay Ivey ordered the closing of K-12 schools statewide because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools are studying online.
“It’s really frustrating to close school because this is my last year at Meadowview Christian School,” Green said. “I miss being with everybody every single day and learning new skills with them.”
Green played volleyball and basketball at MCS and was also a cheerleader. She made The Selma Times-Journal All Dallas County volleyball team.
“We were really close,” Green said. “I’ll miss the closeness because we were such really good friends. It’s nice to have good friends. I miss being with everybody every single day and learning new skills with them.”
Green said she will always cherish the road trips with the Lady Trojans’ volleyball and basketball teams. Both squads reached the AISA Elite Eight tournament.
“What I’ll miss the most are the bus rides on the way back from games,” Green said. “When the songs were played over the speaker, we sang and did our own Karaoke. We did that whether we won or loss.”
Green will graduate with honors from MCS. She has a 3.9 GPA and 22 ACT score.
After graduation, Green plans to attend Jefferson State Community College and become a X-ray technican. Green said she turned down an opportunity to cheer at Huntingdon College.
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