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Ruth Caster: An Active New Caney High School Student

Jennifer Caster, Writer

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Ruth Patricia Marie Caster, a senior at New Caney High School, truly enjoys school events. The past four years, she participated in many activities, including one sport and four clubs.

Swmming ranks first as her favorite sport. Some of her recent awards she earned include: 4th place in 400 Freestyle (2016-2017), 3rd place in Medley Relay (2017), and Top 6 for 100 Backstroke (2017).

Ruth has energetically participated in many clubs the past four years, including Art Club, Criminal Justice Club, Texas Youth and Government Mock Trial, TPSA, and Model United Nations. While taking part in these clubs, she earned several accomplishments. January 2016, she won second place for Domestic Disturbance call with her partner at the time, Joncarlo Kehl, ran for Presidential spot in Criminal Justice and Art, and ran for Attorney General in November 2016  for YMCA Texas Youth and Government competition.

Ruth has encouraging words for freshmen and other underclassmen: Express your voice, and do not let anyone talk you down; you do matter“. She too lives by her words and by them alone because she has not only excelled in the rigors of school, but also succeeded in the challenges of living.

Her plan after high school will focus on initially attending a junior college, and then transfer her credits to University of Houston Law School. This will cost less financially, and it will allow her to gain some college experience in studying and writing. A law career earnestly motivates her to intelligently plan her future.

Previously, Ruth use to live in Alaska, so the change in culture and climate has presented many adjustments and accommodations for her. However, she truly enjoys living in Texas and attending New Caney High School.

At a very young age, CPS took her from her birth parents, and her elderly grandparents took care of her. However, afterwards because of their age, she had to find a new family to live with. After spending time with a foster family, her aunt and uncle cared for her.

After much bureaucracy, she moved to Texas and started second grade. Three years later, a wonderful family adopted her, and her last name changed from Warren to Caster.

Ruth Caster: a marvelous student at New Caney High School preparing for an exciting career!

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