Wyo4News Rock Springs Small-Town Scholar –Briannyn Stauffer

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Tyler Johnson, [email protected]

ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING (December 17, 2020) – his week’s Wyo4News Rock Springs Small-Town Scholar is Briannyn Stauffer. She’s a senior at Rock Springs High School.

Briannyn is a member of the Tiger Rhythm Dance Team. Her freshman year, she was a state champion in the jazz category. She repeated as a state champion in the same category her sophomore year. She was also a state champion in the hip-hop categories that same year.

Dancing has always been a passion of Briannyn’s. She’s been dancing and tumbling since she was 3 years old and continues to do so recreationally and competitively at Artistry in Motion. She was an accomplished gymnast and won several state championships in that sport. She continues to serve the Rock Springs gymnastics community as a pre-team and tumbling coach.

In school, Briannyn’s favorite subject is government, but she despises chemistry.

At school, her favorite subject is government and her least favorite subject is chemistry.

Briannyn has been mentored by and truly looks up to her good friend Beth Gard. She also gets a lot of inspiration from TV personality Joanna Gaines. In her spare time, she likes to hang out with friends and family and her boyfriend Colin.

In the future, Briannyn would like to go to school to become an interior designer and a realtor. But ultimately, she wants to be a mom when she grows up..

Briannyn loves and lives by the quote, “Be savage, not average!”

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