Kayla M. Gough

Kayla M. Gough

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Age 11, Michigan

Favorite Subject: Science

Favorite Book: Dragon’s Breath by E.D. Baker

Favorite Music: Broadway sound tracks, especially the Wicked sound track

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball, volleyball, Canton Community Youth Choir, piano

Hobbies: Reading, playing with sisters, cooking, basketball, singing

Kayla is most interested in a career in public relations. She loves reading and making up new songs to sing. She wants to become a better writer working as a Scholastic Kid Reporter.

When asked why kids should be interested in this election, Kayla responded, "The election affects the way our country is organized and will also influence how other countries think about the U.S."


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