Senior Leif Campbell shares his interests, insight on this year's Homecoming and plans for the future
Mill Valley News: Tell us a little bit about yourself?
Lief Campbell: I am heavily involved in school activities, I love to work on my car, run hurdles, play in the band, perform on stage, work at Walmart, and play PC games. I have two brothers, one is a sophomore at MV, and one is in middle school. I enjoy helping people with technology, and in my free time, I like to drive around. Kansas is the third state I’ve lived in: Minnesota for three years, Pennsylvania for seven years, and Kansas for eight. My favorite breakfast snack is blueberry muffins.
MVN: What are you looking forward to most about homecoming and this school year?
LC: The homecoming football game and track and field. I’m excited about the game because I’ll get to be drum captain in the band for my last homecoming game in high school. I’m excited about track because I missed my last year of track due to covid, so I’m ready to come back strong.
MVN: How many homecomings have you attended?
LC: All of them so far!
MVN: Despite all the changes to homecoming due to COVID-19 are you excited that the school is still trying to keep the tradition?
LC: Yes! I think it’s great that our student body is trying to keep our school spirit alive! Everyone is working so hard to keep everyone safe in the activities that we are able to make happen this fall. It’s exciting for our seniors to still have Mill Valley’s traditions, even through this unfortunate situation.
MVN: Where do you plan to attend college?
LC: Undecided, but either KU, Kstate, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, or Mizzou.
MVN: What do you plan to major in?
LC: Probably Entrepreneurial Management and minor in marketing.