Bowling Green High School
The Bowling Green Exchange Club and Bowling Green High School have selected Emma Ferguson as the March Student of the Month.
Ferguson is a senior and is the daughter of Bill and Melanie Ferguson.
Ferguson’s school honors and activities include membership in the National Honors Society, French Honors Society, and BGHS representative at the HOBY leadership conference.
She is active in FFA where she has been secretary and vice-president. Through FFA, she has placed third in the District Public Speaking competition, second place Gold Rated Officer Book, and received the Spirit of FFA award.
Ferguson is a four-year cheerleader and received the Most Valuable Award. She participates in the Drama Club where she has served as the musical dance captain for three years.
Ferguson works at Call of the Canyon as a server and a nanny. She has volunteered for Bobcat-A-Thon to help raise money for Children’s Miracle Network. She has a 4.3 GPA and a composite ACT score of 32.
Ferguson plans to attend Ohio State University and study zoological sciences.
Otsego High School
Alexis Etchie was named the February Student of the Month at Otsego High School.
Also honored were senior Samantha Walker, representing Penta Career Center; junior Sabrina Martinez-Buehrer; sophomore Silas Robertson; and freshman Mason Stout.
Etchie is the daughter of Kim and Pat Etchie, Haskins. She has played junior varsity softball for three years and varsity for one year and has served as captain of the team. She has made the honor roll with a 3.719 grade point average and volunteers at a nursing home. She plans to attend Bowling Green State University and major in architectural and environmental design.
Walker is the daughter of Tabitha Walker, Grand Rapids. She has been a member of National Honor Society for two years and has been on the honor roll all four years of high school. She has played soccer for two years. She is studying welding at Penta and has worked at a job placement this year. She plans to continue working in welding and is currently employed at Rosenboom.
Martinez-Buehrer is the daughter of Brenda Martinez, Tontogany. She is a two-year member of band, has played softball for two years and has been on the honor roll throughout high school.
Robertson is the son of Christine Parse and Andrew Robertson, Weston. He has played soccer for one year, junior varsity basketball for two years and has competed in track and field for two years. He has participated in band and choir for two years as well. The honor roll student volunteers with Knights Have Your Back and student mentorships.
Stout is the son of Matt and Mandy Stout, Toledo. He has played football, basketball and baseball and made the honor roll this year. He has volunteered with the tractor pull cleanup and during St. Patrick’s Feed Your Neighbor.
North Baltimore High School
Emme Hopple is Student of the Month for March at North Baltimore High School.
She was recognized for her commitment to academic excellence, as well as her participation in extracurricular activities and community service. She has a passion for learning and a desire to make a positive impact on the world.
She plans on attending the University of Cincinnati to study psychology.
Otsego Elementary School
TONTOGANY — Otsego Elementary has listed its February Students of the Month.
Students in kindergarten were Cade Eckel, Samuel Smith, Finn Hough, Piper Schiefer and Casey Wilson.
First graders were Vivian Lassiter, Isabella Kuhnle, Maizey Allen, Grace Neumeyer and Jaxson Buchhop.
Second graders were Hadley Riffner, Mason Hepfinger, Libby Allen, Haileigh Bomer and Reese Scott.
Third graders were Ava Braley, Ryker Wiegand, Aiden Hough, Drew Fatzinger, Carter Oney and Taryn Davis.
Fourth graders included Clara Meyer, Alma Martinez-Donnelly, Maggie Kramer, Sarah Hertzfeld and Sadie Proctor.
Fifth graders were Bella Miller, Finn Epperson, Max Molnar, Ian Henderson and Alexis Mariscal.
Ohio Connections Academy
Nathaniel Stephenson, of Risingsun, was named one of Ohio Connections Academy’s Star Students of the Month for February.
Nathaniel, a fifth grader at the online public charter school, was nominated by his teacher because of his hard work and positive attitude.