Elmwood High School
Alex Betts was named Student of the Month for May at Elmwood High School.
Betts, of Bloomdale, graduated with a 3.3 grade point average.
He earned academic all-league honors, and competed at state in both cross country and wrestling. He also
ran on the Royals track team.
The May graduate is a member of the pastor parish committee at his church, and he plans to attend college
to major in computer science.
He’s the son of Steve and Sharon Betts.
Lakota High School
Kathleen Reinhart and Carly Reese shared the title of Student of the Month for May at Lakota High School.

Both were nominated by the LHS Citizenship Committee.
Reinhart is the daughter of Jim and Teri Reinhart, Kansas. The graduated senior was involved with
Students Against Drunk Drivers and participated in the mock accident at the school. She also was on
honor roll throughout high school.
Reinhart has volunteered for the Kansas Fire Department at its annual homecoming.
She plans to attend Heidelberg College and Terra Community College to pursue a degree in early childhood
Reese is the daughter of Gary and Charlotte Reese, also of Kansas. Prior to graduation in May, she was a
four-year member of the cross country and track teams, and had participated in the state met. She also
served as class officer and student council member for four years, and was a member of key club, FCCLA,
Varsity L and National Honor Society.
Reese also was elected homecoming queen this year.
She has volunteered with the American Red Cross and Relay for Life, and is a member of Open Door Family
Worship Center and its youth group.
She plans to attend Tiffin University to run cross country and study computer and information technology.

St. Aloysius Elementary
St. Aloysius School Students of the Month for May demonstrated perseverance.
Zach Crawford, in kindergarten, used perseverance to accomplish his school work, and he never gives up.
In addition, Zach helped his friends with tasks.
Third-grader Wyatt DeWitt worked hard at everything – with a smile – even though the work was
challenging. He always keeps trying.
Collin Korte, of grade 7, persevered through a broken leg and much therapy. Throughout the year he kept a
wonderful work ethic.
In April, the school awarded students for showing spirituality.
Jacob Snell and Gryffin Sader, both in the second grade, made the decision to join the Catholic faith.
They both attended extra classes to prepare to receive First Communion, and were accepted into the faith
during the Easter season.
Fifth-grader Jaekob Sader also joined the Catholic faith at Easter. He was very interested in what it
means to be a good Catholic.
Eighth-grader Jacob Radwanski showed spirituality by always participating at Mass as a role model for his
peers. He was very kind to his kindergarten church partners by gently redirecting them and helping to
keep them focused.