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Liberty Legacies: Savannah Kruse

Liberty grad returns ready to make and impact and watch her school grow
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Sydney Davis
Savannah Kruse cheers on the sidelines during a girls basketball game during the 2022-2023 season

When you think of a co-teacher or a teacher assistant, you may think of a new person who is just now graduating college and wanting to become a teacher.

However, when you talk to Savannah Kruse and figure out her back story, she’s a lot more than a “college graduate” or a “new teacher.” She just wanted to be a basketball coach because she grew up loving the sport and she ended up becoming a teacher too. 

Kruse is a very kind, sweet and loving person. She has a very strong passion for basketball and teaching. Kruse has been out of college since 2021 so this is only her third year out of college but second year working here.

“Liberty High School is full of positive and wonderful faces and I’m glad I get to see everyone, everyday,” Kruse said.

When asked Kruse how basketball turned into teaching, she said, “In basketball, I’m teaching the players how to play and in class when teaching, I’m coaching the kids.”

She also said: “In basketball we have game days and those days are just like test days in school. I have to prepare the kids for both of those things and encourage them to do their play and focus on both.”  

Kruse graduated with a communications degree in college and when she got out of college she didn’t really know what to do.

“I started coaching here at Liberty because I graduated from Liberty. I started coaching and teaching fell hand-to-hand with coaching plus I like it so far.”

Kruse wants to become an English teacher. She says English was her favorite subject all throughout grade school.

It has been proven that Kruse has made an impact on the school as she won Support Staff of the Year for 2023-2024 school year.

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Rileigh Krauter
Rileigh Krauter, Reporter
Rileigh Krauter is a sophomore and this is her first year in journalism. Rileigh is on the JV soccer team and she also has two younger sisters and a younger brother. Rileigh’s brother was just born on July 25, 2023. After high school, Rileigh wants to be a soccer player. If she doesn’t play soccer, she would like to be a police officer. 

Sydney Davis
Sydney Davis, Editor-in-Chief of The 2024 Talon
Sydney Davis is an editor-in-chief of the Talon Yearbook and will soon be in her third year of publications while also a manager of the cross country team. She is in her senior year and her second year of classes at SCC. She loves listening to music and watching movies and reading in her free time, along with playing with her niece and nephews. Sydney dreams of being a concert photographer while traveling the world when she is older. She is unsure of where her education will continue after high school, but would like to major in either journalism or marketing. Worms love worms!

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