Peyton Parker

About Me

My name is Peyton Parker and I'm a member of the 20-21 CEO class.  I was born on May 8, 2003, in Normal, Bloomington.  I moved to Crawford County when I was 4 years old and have been here ever since. I went to elementary school at OES and am now a senior at OHS.  Outside of school I like to hang out with friends, go to the go-kart track, and go watch friends and family race in Charleston and other big dirt tracks. This past year, I achieved my CNA and I plan to further that education in college.  For school I plan to attend Lincoln Trail College to get my RN license.  After I graduate from there, I plan to go online at Lakeland and get my BSN while working.  My dream job is to work on the Obstetrics floor of a hospital, ER, or Med-Surg departments.






DISC Characteristics

  • You prefer a minimum of direct supervision or control over your actions. • You are likely the one to initiate action before others. • You are always interested in new approaches and new ways of doing things. • You can be quick about your decisions when time is short and need is high. • You can become critical of others who don't measure up to your standards. • You prefer to focus on the big-picture and the future, not the details or the past.
  • When under pressure you actually prefer to work alone. • You could benefit from expressing your own opinion more so others understand your position better. • You are able to work well alone and complete tasks with little interaction from others. • You are logical and rational. • You can be difficult to read. • You are more introspective than interactive.
  • You tend to resist confronting or rebelling against the established norm. • You may be slow to accept changes or let go of the old ways of doing things. • You always present a more relaxed and open approach to your work and how fast you must get it done. • You bring a high sense of loyalty to the rules and regulations that govern projects, people, and processes. • You are typically very cool, calm, and collected on the job. • You always demonstrate a high degree of follow-through.
  • You think it is important to adhere to specific and detailed instructions or procedures. • You can be skeptical of brand new ideas or fads until they are sufficiently proven. • You are excellent at gathering detailed information and examples. • You are somewhat restrained in expressing emotions. • You like to work in an environment that is very precise and more structured. • You believe that if it's worth doing, it's worth doing correctly the first time.