Ella Mosco assumes leadership role in The High Arrow
By ADDISON MOSCO
Ella Mosco is a sophomore and joined journalism to improve communication and writing skills. She is a second year journalism student and a house leader.
Freshman Gabi Isenberg explains, “Ella shows great leadership skills and is an efficient house leader. She is very entertaining and makes journalism class fun.”
Ella swims for the IHS swim team and enjoys being a part of it. In her free time she watches movies, walks around town with her friends and reads books. Her favorite class is biology because she finds it interesting and enjoys life science. She likes biology because there is always something new to learn about.
Ella expresses, “The most annoying question I get asked is ‘Which one are you?’ because I am an identical twin and get asked that often.”
Freshman Sydney Anderson comments, “Ella is a great house leader and she definitely makes sure I get my work done.”
Ella’s favorite movie to watch when she is bored is Ratatouille and her favorite show is Criminal Minds. The most recent book she has read is Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover. Ella keeps grapes in the freezer at all times for when she needs a refreshing snack.
“My biggest pet peeve is people smacking their food or tapping their pencils. Basically, anyone making obnoxious and unnecessary noises,” Ella states.
Overall Ella is a very promising student in journalism. She is very good at helping people and great at being a leader.
Addison is a sophomore and a second-year reporter for the High Arrow. She enjoys baking and swimming. She is looking forward to informing the students of IHS with accurate information.
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