Pictured: Adrian Optimist Member Jerry Ferguson, Kaitlyn Miller, and Adrian Principal and Adrian Optimist Member Abe Lewis
The Adrian Student of the Month for April is Kaitlyn Miller, senior daughter of Chuck and Tammy Miller. Staff at Adrian say that Kaitlyn is a very hard working, conscientious student. She applies herself and always does her best as she strives to learn more. Kaitlyn is very giving as she is always willing to help others when needed and is cooperative in her efforts. She stays very active as she is involved in National Honor Society, Student Council, FCCLA and the varsity volleyball team. In her spare time she is a car hop at the butler Sonic Drive-In. Following high school Kaitlyn plans on majoring in biology at UMKC with a long term goal of becoming a successful surgeon.
Pictured: Ballard Principal Jimmie Barton, Camryn East, and Adrian Optimist Member Jerry Ferguson
The Ballard Student of the Month is Camryn East, freshman daughter of Kevin and Shamera East. Instructor, Samie Hill states “Camryn is very hardworking, caring, and is a great role model both inside and outside of the classroom. She is always trying to achieve the best possible outcome. This includes countless hours completing her homework and studying along with working on her extracurricular activities to improve her sport skills or perfect her play lines. Her peers look to her for both social and academic support. She is kind to each person not only in her class but everyone she meets. Outside of the classroom she is extremely competitive but represents her team and school at the highest level.”
Pictured: Adrian Optimist Member Hugh Jenkins, Dylan Wackerman, and Miami Principal Dr Daniel Johnson
The Miami Student of the Month is Dylan Wackerman, freshman son of Tricia Scrivener and Adam Wackerman. In school Dylan participates in baseball, basketball, and football. While outside of school he enjoys fishing, hunting, and trapping. Dylan is still formulating his plans for after High School. Instructor, Charlie Jenkins states “Dylan decided to step out of his comfort zone and learned the poultry CDE. He motivated his teammates to work harder and learn from their mistakes each week and was the second high individual at FFA Districts.” Dylan responds stating “Mr Jenkins has inspired me to do better in school and give 100 per cent.”