A new spotlight


Jessica Todd, Editor-in-Chief

It’s out with the old, and in with the new.

The class of 2016 is out pursuing their new careers as college students while the class of 2017 takes on their role as seniors.

The senior spotlight articles will continue this year with Noah Fisher making his way into the light. Fisher has been a Cadet since kindergarten and has lived in the area for his entire lifetime.

The senior enjoys keeping busy by playing on the varsity soccer team, participating in NHS and 4-H events and spending the majority of his time outdoors.

A few of his other favorite hobbies include camping, hunting, fishing, working on his car and participating in Boy Scouts.

After graduation, Fisher’s life will turn upside down as he expects to leave his little hometown and move to Florida where his intentions are to work at the “Florida Sea Base,” a Boy Scout camp in Florida Keys. He has yet to decide on a college, but plans to attend to get a degree.

As a senior, Noah is looking forward to finishing out the school year and playing soccer, which has given him the best memories throughout his time at Cascade.

Fisher’s favorite class at Cascade is advanced manufacturing and logistics with Mr. Martin because it may help him pursue a career in the field.

As for advice to underclassmen, Noah says to be prepared for what is to come.