2012 Miss Titleholders

Meagan Johnson 2012Platform: Empower Me
Talent:  Dance
Age: 19
Parents:  Janine and Andy Johnson
Hometown:  Leavenworth
School:  Kansas State University

Awards:  Non-Finalist - $1,000.00

Scholastic/Career Ambition:   
Obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education. To educate and influence the younger generation.
 
Scholastic Honors: 
Completed the Kansas Scholar Curriculum; Honor Roll; Academic Excellence in Earth Science and British Literature; Academic Letter; Spirit Staff Photographer Award; Top 3% of Freshman Class; Member of The National Society of High School Scholars.

Leadership Roles: 
High School Cheer Captain for 4 Years; Volunteer for Ft. Leavenworth Historical Society; Volunteer for the Haunted Homes Tour and Historical Homes Tour on Ft. Leavenworth; Children’s Liturgy teacher at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church; volunteer for Leavenworth Christmas Children’s Small Mall; led Mini Raider Cheer Camp for 2 years; Habitat for Humanity Pancake Feed volunteer; Volunteer at Mercy Regional Health Center; Volunteer with CASA.

Accomplishments: 
After being diagnosed with a learning disability in grade school, I went on to graduate high school with honors including completing the Kansas Scholars Curriculum; Placed 5th at the National All Star Cheer competition in Dallas, TX; All-American Cheerleader Nominee for 2 years.

Interesting Facts: 
I designed and sewed my dress for prom; I was instrumental in the creation of new dress code rules at my high school; I grew up in a military family.

Why I should Be Miss Kansas: 
Bullying can cause lifelong damage to a person’s confidence and self-esteem.  While we cannot control the actions and words of others, we can learn how to lessen their effect on us. As a former victim of bullying, I know just how harmful it can be, but I also overcame it.  I learned how to take the power away from the bully and use it to empower me, and now I want to help others to do the same.As Miss Kansas, I will influence our youth, one school at a time, to empower themselves and choose not to be the victim of bullying.  I will educate children, parents, teachers, coaches and community leaders.  I will advocate for victims and inspire those who are being bullied, as I was, to rise above the abuse and move forward towards their dreams.

FUTURE MISS KANSAS COMPETITION FINALS

Miss & Teen Competition Dates postponed to
June 12 & 13, 2021

Pratt Community College in Pratt, KS
Miss Kansas - Dennis Lesh Sports Arena
Miss Kansas' Outstanding Teen - Carpenter Auditorium