Students of the Month


Otsego High School
TONTOGANY – Logan Krompak was named Otsego High School’s Student of the Month for September.
Also honored were junior Cade Limes, sophomore Emily Tokar and freshman Lillian Snyder.
Krompak is the son Todd and Lindsay Krompak, Grand Rapids.
He is a four-year varsity football player, received a heroism award from Medal of Honor recipient and
Otsego graduate Master Chief Edward Byers, has been involved with Knights Have Your Back for three years
and coaches flag football with the Little Knights.
Limes is the son of Adam and Jonica Limes, Weston.
He has played varsity football two years, and has been game captain, and also has been a part of varsity
wrestling for two years. He is a member of Otsego FFA, Knights Have Your Back, and participates in the
Otse-Grow greenhouse and garden production.
He has earned his Greenhand Award and Chapter Degree in FFA, is vice president of the Prime Cuts 4-H
Club, serves on the Wood County Junior Fair Board and has been a 4-H camp counselor.
Tokar, Grand Rapids, participates in competition cheer, varsity basketball and football cheer, and FFA,
where she has earned her Greenhand Award.
Snyder, Bowling Green, is in competition cheer, high school football and basketball and cheer.
North Baltimore High School
Alysia Horner has been named the September Student of the Month at North Baltimore High School, while
Levi Trout earned that honor in October.
Horner is a member of National Honor Society, and has maintained a 3.98 gpa throughout her high school
career. She has also been a standout member of the quiz bowl team and a key contributor to the
publications staff.
After she graduates this coming May, she plans on pursuing a career in education with a focus on English
language arts.
As a member of the cross country, wrestling, and track teams, Trout has proven himself as a strong
competitor and leader. He is also extremely engaged with his surrounding community through 4-H and
recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
He is interested in the fields of sports management and coaching, but is still undecided on where he will
be attending college.

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