Dalaney Andrews is a senior at Bartlesville High School where she is a member of the varsity cheer team and the FFA chapter.
Andrews enjoys representing the two groups at school. As a cheerleader, she is always there to support the teams competing, while preparing for the team’s own competition. As a member of FFA, Andrews will tell anyone who will listen about FFA and the great things the chapter has to offer.
“What I love most about being in cheer is going to the late football nights and having so much fun cheering on the bruins. I don’t play any other sports. What I love most about my team and teammates is that no matter what they while always be there for me,” said Andrews.
Andrews joined FFA when she was in middle school.
“I got involved In FFA my eighth grade year. My Ag teachers encouraged me to get involved with the program,” said Andrews. “What I enjoy most about being in FFA is the friends I have made and the things that my ag teachers have taught me to carry through my life.”
Despite not showing livestock, Andrews has attended chapter meetings and takes photos for the chapter that are used at the end of the year during the FFA banquet. Andrews said anyone interested in FFA should be ready to be active and open to trying new things.
Andrews said she would like to attend college and earn a degree in cyber security.
“My mom has been my biggest influence in my life because she has pushed me to be the best I could and she always supports me when I want to do something,” said Andrews.