SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Softball has been a big part of Spotswood High School senior Jonni Rose Sheehan's time as a Charger. Sheehan played second base and was a part of the Chargers softball program for all four years, playing junior varsity and varsity ball. Her final season was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Sheehan loved the competition as well as building lifelong friendships with her teammates.
Her favorite class at Spotswood High School, Forensic Science, helped the Spotswood native decide the professional field she wants to pursue. She has had many wonderful teachers at the high school, but Art teacher Alyson Collins, Science teacher Christopher Talish and Mathematics teacher Megan Morton earned the highest marks in her eyes. Sheehan appreciated their understanding, willingness to help as well as their ability to always make their classes fun and interesting.
Sheehan will always cherish the memories she made on the field with her softball teammates. Spirit Weeks, pep rallies and the Friday evening and Saturday football games were always an awesome time.
In the fall, Sheehan will be attending Brookdale Community College in Middletown. She plans on majoring in Forensic Science. While the coronavirus shutdown has impacted her senior year, Sheehan has had so many wonderful experiences at Spotswood High School. She will always remember her understanding and caring teachers and the amazing friends she's made. Sheehan will carry the special memories she's made into the next exciting chapter of her life.