Senior Spotlight: Delaney Oschner


Charlotte Reynolds, Managing Editor

Delaney Oschner (21) plans to attend Western Colorado University this fall to continue her volleyball career and study Biology. She wishes to pursue a career in sonography. Oschner is involved in multiple leadership programs, which have guided her skills as a role model at Eaton High School. In school, she is involved in EHS Yearbook, STUCO, Link Leadership, and Eaton volleyball. Outside of school, Oschner shows cattle in 4H, and plays volleyball at NORCO volleyball club.

She exemplifies the EATON acronym in her academics, athletics, and extracurriculars. Oschner said, “The most important thing to me as a leader in the school is making sure the upcoming classes know what it means to be an Eaton Red. Since my mom has been a teacher at the high school for over 20 years, I have grown up knowing how much it means to be one: to have Excellence, Awareness, Tenacity, Ownership, and Noteworthiness along with respect for each other. Without these qualities, Eaton would not be the family it is today.”

By teaching this to freshmen in Link Leadership and leading by example, Oschner has fulfilled her role as a leader at EHS. “I want to leave behind a legacy of perseverance. No matter how hard life gets you down, you get right back up. Don’t ever quit because you’ll achieve goals you never thought you could. Respect others along the way, you can’t control other’s actions but you can control yours,” said Oschner.