Chevelle Maupin, or Chevi, is an eighth grader who is full of surprises. First of all, Chevelle lives with her two pets; a boy Pitbull, Tinkerbell, and her other male Bearded Dragon named Hawkeye. Speaking of animals, Chevelle has always wanted to be a Veterinarian because loves animals, as you can see. Chevelle has 3 common fears which are losing her family, needles, and possessed teddy bears, which are actually kind of scary to me. She has alot of likes and dislikes along with that.
Chevelle loves her spanish class with Mrs. Deltenre and will miss it when she moves to Red Mountain for High School next year. Speaking of school, she played basketball at her old school, Shepherd Junior High located in Mesa, Arizona, and 7th grade was her favorite grade out of junior high. Chevelle loves to hangout with friends at the park with her at Downtown Gilbert, specifically the parking garage and her hobbies are hanging out with her friend, Rylan, going to the mall, and doing self-taught gymnastics. Also, her favorite skills to do are back handsprings and backflips. Chevi’s favorite childhood memory was going with her friend to California. She also loves Halloween and her birthday. She loves the series “The Fosters” and “The 100”, and her favorite movies are Central Intelligence and Jumanji. If Maupin could live anywhere in the world she would live in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico and the person that she believes knows her best is her friend Eli. She would also want to go to Alaska over Hawaii because her grandpa and mom have lived there in the past and she loves the snow. She loves wearing her hair in a high ponytail as well.
Chevi’s pet peeve is scratching noises on chalkboards, walls, etc., she loves skittles and the stores Forever 21 and Tilly’s. Lastly, her favorite song is “Too Good At Goodbyes” by Sam Smith. Her favorite books are “Harry Potter” and “The Hunger Games”, and she loves Jack-in-the-Box Burgers. Chevelle is so kind, cares about all of her friends and is a good influence on everyone so if you see her in the halls, be sure to wave and say, “Hi!”
By Kaylee Love
Photo Credit: Kaylee Love