Learner Spotlight: Ashlynne Stiner
- May 22, 2017
- Posted by: iLead Exploration
- Category: Learner Spotlights
Ashlynne Stiner is an iLEAD Exploration learner in fourth grade. She participates in the iLEAD 360 OC program where she takes history, science, and enrichment classes at the learning studio in Santa Ana. Ashlynne is a Renaissance learner with many talents. She loves to learn and explore many subjects including art, history, science, and physical education. Ashlynne works hard at her studies and loves to share and make connections with what she is learning.
Athletically, Ashlynne is involved in many sports. On the slopes, Ashlynne skis and snowboards. In downhill skiing, Ashlynne tackled her first double black diamond this year! Ashlynne loves to play midfield on her soccer team, and she enjoys swimming. In the studio, Ashlynne dances jazz and lyrical and creates beautiful art.
At home, Ashlynne loves to cook and bake. 4H is an important part of Ashlynne’s life where she participates in horseback riding and is raising a Holland lop. Ashlynne also loves to travel and share her adventures with others.
It’s exciting to see Ashlynne explore her many passions and share her creative work. We are fortunate to have Ashlynne participate and share in the iLEAD 360 OC community.
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