“I want to be a positive role model for kids and for the community”
Nice words for today’s teen world.
INDIANAPOLIS — With teenagers making a lot of negative news in the city this year, a rising star on the east side is stepping out in a positive way.
Trey Lyles brought his laid-back style and 6’10” frame to Clarence Farrington Elementary School Friday. Lyles talked to kids about the power of positive thinking and the ways you can succeed.
“I want to be a positive role model for kids and for the community,” Lyles said
Lyles’ fame is growing, after he helped lead Arsenal Tech High School to its first-ever basketball championship and committed to play for Kentucky in the fall.
He did all of that while maintaining a 3.8 GPA.
“Your teammates, your friends, teachers, whatever you have, if you work with them and collaborate with them, you’ll be successful,” Lyles told the kids
Whether it be talking some sense into a kid in the hallway who’s been…
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