Brycce Edward Wilber, a Julesburg High School senior, was born on October 3rd, 2001 in Julesburg, Colorado. He has two brothers Devin and Korbyne Wiber. Brycce plans on attending Colorado State University in the fall majoring in Elementary Education. He chose Elementary Education because he found a true aspiration of helping students reach their goals and to achieve their dreams. When asked who influenced him to become a teacher he said the 1st and 2nd grade teachers here at Julesburg Elementary School, Mrs. Jana Harens and Mrs. Emily Edson as they guided him through teaching and truly helped him find a passion for teaching. “Something that has pushed me in high school is my dream of becoming a teacher and I always have worked toward that goal and will continue to do the same in college.”
Brycee described his senior year as chaotic. He was asked what it meant to be to be a senior and he replied with,”all the hard work has finally paid off.” A question that is usually asked, are you ready to go out on your own? Brycce answered this confidently with. “Both yes and no I am definitely ready to go out on my own and create a life for myself and to meet new people but I am definitely going to miss those meals at home and being able to spend time with my family.”
Brycce is always wanting to help everyone around him and that explains why he answered the way he answered when asked, If you could be one superhero who would it be? “If I could be one superhero I would be the Black Panther because he is someone who cares about the people around him and is willing to do whatever it takes to protect them.” I also asked him If you could go back in time and change something what would it be? “If I could go back in time and change one thing it would be to stop childhood hunger.” This shows a lot about Senior Brycce Wilber, he has always wanted to help the people around him.
“With everything going on I am able to sit back and cherish all of the memories that I have made throughout high school. I am definitely going to miss not being able to have my senior prom, track season, and graduation. But now I look forward to what my next journey has in store for me and I am beyond excited for the journey ahead.” Last question I wanted to ask Brycee was the typical, do you have any advice for the upcoming seniors? He responded with, “Never take anything for granted as everything can change in the blink of an eye.”