After receiving the class prize in Standard 2, ahead of T.R. Hancock, Kylie set her sights high and despite going on to receive the chapel choir medal (rumoured to be for attendance) a career in musical theatre was not to be. An adolescence in Wanganui, with only her Yamaha Mint for transport, served her well and she went on to a fine career in retail, teaching and child health.
Kylie is married to the much taller Nick and has two real children and 43 “pseudo teenage sons” - students in the school boarding house they manage together as a family.
Kylie’s strengths include:
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Aside from being the Rongotea 25m freestyle champion (U12) Emma never received a prize for anything but instead developed an obsession for lists and star charts. Despite an unusual level of dedication to jazz dancing not commonly seen in her hometown of Palmerston North, her dreams of attending ‘Fame School’ in New York (and marrying Leroy) never eventuated. In the end the list obsession proved far more useful and she went on to a fine career in teaching and project management.
In 2006 she took a divorced man with two children home to meet her parents and is now happily married with two gorgeous step-daughters.
Emma’s strengths include:
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