Layla Wright
Junior Layla Wright is new to La Puma. Growing up, she has dreamed of being a dancer. "I was two... I told my mom I wanted to be ballerina," she explained. Dancing was put on hold however, as Wright pursued competitive swimming for a year. Wright has since realized that her true passion lies with dancing and she is considering continuing the hobby beyond high school. She currently practices and performs with CAPA, and teaches dance classes for children.  Wright also volunteers time with the National Charity League. Layla joined the League in 6th grade and has earned a presidential award for accumulating 100 hours of community service. 

Layla Wright, Staff writer

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