|Students of the Month: 12-12-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 12 December 2013 09:51|
Elmwood High School
BLOOMDALE - Savannah Naugle-Baker is the November Student of the Month at Elmwood High School.
She is the daughter of Patrick and Carrie Baker, Portage.
She is vice president of her senior class and has received academic honors in pre-calculus, anatomy and art 1 this year.
She is a member of National Honor Society and has a 4.0 gpa.
She's on the varsity women's golf team, and is a four-year letter winner, was named 1st team all league, and shot the first hole in one in EHS history.
She's also a four-year varsity letter winner in swimming and qualified for districts twice.
The senior teaches prekindergarten Sunday school at Church of the Good Shepherd and teaches elementary students once a week after school.
She plans to attend Heidelberg University to major in political science and pre-med.
Penta Career Center
PERRYSBURG - Trent Morelock, a senior from Rossford High School, who is enrolled in the Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science program at Penta Career Center, has been selected as the Career-Technical Student of the Month for November by the Perrysburg Kiwanis Club.
At Rossford, Morelock played baseball during his freshman and sophomore years. He also was a member of the Rossford Ski Club. He remains active in the Rossford Drama Club, where he has participated in every club production since his freshman year of high school. During his junior year, he served as the historian of the club. He has earned a varsity letter through his participation in the drama club.
At Penta, he has been on the honor roll all quarters and is the recipient of the Penta Achievement Award.
Morelock is a member of SkillsUSA, a career-technical student leadership organization. Through SkillsUSA, he has been involved in many community service activities. He and his classmates in the Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science program are recipients of the 2013 Presidential Volunteer Service Award for logging more than 250 hours of community service hours during one school year.
Outside of school, the senior is active with the Lutheran Church of the Master and is a junior member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles where he has served as the junior president.
He plans to attend Hocking College to obtain the EMT Paramedic certification.
Otsego High School
TONTOGANY - Paige Hill was honored as the November Student of the Month at Otsego High School.
Also honored were junior Josie Limes, sophomore Tyler Weber and freshman Lauren Gray.
Hill is the daughter of Don Hill and Leah Hill, Weston.
She participates in book and media club and Teen Institute.
She has a 3.2 gpa.
She was a delegate to Buckeye Girls State last year.
The senior is planning to attend Bowling Green State University to study early childhood education.
Limes, of Grand Rapids, has participated in the school musical, womens' choir, Young Life, volleyball, track and chorale.
She also plans to attend BGSU to enter the medical field to become a registered nurse.
She is the daughter of Matt and Michelle Limes.
Weber is the son of Andrea LeBarr-Weber and Mark Weber.
He is in book and media club and chorale, and has also participated in swing choir and the musical.
Gray, of Grand Rapids, is the daughter of John Gray and Jane Gray.
She participates in FFA, basketball, volleyball and womens' choir, and is the reporter for novice parliamentary procedure.
Sadie VanHorn was named the October Student of the Month at Otsego.
Also honored in October were junior Gavin Spilker, sophomore Olivia Jinnings and freshman Lydia Archambo.
VanHorn, of Weston, has participated four years in varsity cross country and varsity track, plus book and media club and fine arts. She also is a member of National Honor Society and has a 4.0 gpa and ranks first in her class.
She was a Buckeye Girls State delegate last year and was the district Americanism Test winner in 2011-12.
The daughter of Gary and Paula VanHorn, she plans to attend college to study biochemistry and molecular biology.
Spilker is the son of Doug and Jessica Spilker, Weston. He is in mens' choir, swing choir, and was lead in last year's musical.
He hopes to study economics and anthropology at either the University of Oregon or University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Jinnings is the daughter of Alan and Vikki Jinnings. She is treasurer of student council and is also a member of track, concert choir and musical.
Archambo, of Grand Rapids, participates in cross country, marching band and book and media club.
She is president of her 4-H club and is a member of First United Methodist Church.
Front Page Stories
|Pemberville leaders don’t want town to lose school
03/07/2014 | Sentinel-Tribune
PEMBERVILLE - Village Council Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution urging the Eastwood Board of [ ... ]
|Walbridge paves way for roadwork (3-7-14)|
03/07/2014 | DEBBIE ROGERS, Sentinel Staff Writer
WALBRIDGE - A Toledo company has been selected to do a major road project in the [ ... ]