Student of the Month

Our club’s general meeting at Moonraker West on April 28th honored Harper Creek High School Students of the Month. The meeting was brought to order by club President Howard King; the students and their accompanying family members were greeted. Harper Creek High School Principal Matthew Montange introduced the honored students and each gave a brief talk about their high school involvements and future academic plans. Students of the Month are selected monthly from the senior class by Harper Creek High School teachers relative to their superior academics and extra-curricular activities. One student is chosen for each of the 10 school calendar months, but due to the busy upcoming end of the school year and the timing of our club’s scheduled program, there were 3 students acknowledged as Student of the Month for April. A meal was provided by our club for the students and their families. The meeting adjourned with a group reciting of the Optimist International Pledge.

Pictured below (L-R) are Students of the Month holding the plaque our club issues designating their designated month of recognition: Ellie Miller, February 2016; Danny Youngblood, April 2016; Kim Kusler, April 2016; Principal Matthew Montage; Scyla Skopek, April 2016 and Baylee Wilkins, March 2016.2016-04-OptimistStudentsMontague

The February Student of the Month, Ellie Miller, was accompanied to the meeting by her parents Dean and Dyane Miller.2016-04-OptimistStudentMiller

The March Student of the Month, Baylee Wilkins, was accompanied to the meeting by her parents Chad and Lacey Wilkins.2016-04-OptimistStudentWilkins

An April Student of the Month, Scyla Skopek, was accompanied to the meeting by her parents Stanley and Rachelle Skopek. 2016-04-OptimistStudentSkopek

An April Student of the Month, Kim Kusler, was accompanied to the meeting by her mother Chris Kusler.2016-04-OptimistStudentKusler

An April Student of the Month, Danny Youngblood, was accompanied to the meeting by his parents Rick and Gina Youngblood.2016-04-OptimistStudentYoungblood




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