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Student of the Week 02/22/17
 
Photo courtesy of Delilah Chavarria
 

By Brandon Rivera
Privera@lavozcolorado.com
 
02/22/2017

PROFILE

Delilah Chavarria is a senior at John F. Kennedy High School and holds a 3.45 GPA. Chavarria has lettered in academics and is on the Honor Roll. Chavarria is part of the varsity cheerleading team and on Student Council. Chavarria is also a pen pal with elementary students and participates at the Annual Sabin Field Day. Chavarria has had concurrent enrollments at CU Denver, Red Rocks Community College and Community College of Denver and has taken advanced English, Math and extra courses. She has also completed Job Rediness training via Career Connect through DPS. Chavarria has been accepted to the University of Kansas and will be attending in the fall. Chavarria was also accepted by Metro State University of Denver and the University of Northern Colorado. 

FAVORITE BOOK

The Blind Side – by Michael Lewis

FAVORITE MOVIE

Harry Potter Series

FAVORITE MUSIC

Justin Bieber

FUTURE CAREER

Pre-Medicine/Doctor

HERO

Captain America

FAVORITE HOBBY

Reading

FAVORITE SUBJECT

Health/Medical Science

FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA TO FOLLOW

Instagram Travel and Pet Pages

WORDS TO LIVE BY

“If your dreams don’t scare you, they’re not big enough.” -Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Chavarria has volunteered her time with the Colorado Special Olympics, the Susan B. Komen Ball for the Cure, the Polar Plunge and at Swedish Medical Center.

WHY IS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IMPORTANT?

Community involvement is important because it helps provide for those who are less fortunate, and those who need a little extra support and help.

IF I COULD IMPROVE THE WORLD 

I would stop child hunger, because there are so many resources that are not being used. 

 

 

 

 

 
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