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HHS Students of the Month

January
Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for January.  Seniors Lanie Lou Carl and Jackson Dahn were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Carl is the daughter of Jay and Leigh Ann Carl.

Her school activities include DECA, Student Council, National Honor Society, golf, swim team, Academic Club, Science Club, and Bright Futures.  She is the DECA President, the Student Council Executive Vice President, the NHS secretary, and the girls’ golf team captain.

She enjoys going to concerts, spending time with friends, and watching Jeopardy.

After graduation, Carl is undecided on a college, but plans to major in Environmental Engineering and one day “change the world.”

Jack Dahn is the son of Patti Brinkley and Tim Dahn.

His school activities include National Honor Society and golf.  He is the vice president of NHS.

He enjoys golfing, building computers, and watching movies.

Dahn plans to attend the University of Michigan to get a degree in either Aerospace Engineering or Physics.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship, and academics.

December
Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for December.  Seniors Hannah Gibbs and Nick McCleave were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Gibbs is the daughter of Shawn and Audrey Gibbs.

Her school activities include basketball, track, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Peer Helpers, and National Honor Society.  She is a basketball captain and on the leadership team for FCA.

Outside of school, she is involved in Campaigners and on the leadership team for her youth group.

She enjoys reading, camping and going on mission trips.

After graduation, Gibbs plans to go to Southwest Baptist University to double major in intercultural studies and Spanish.

McCleave is the son of Randy and Janie McCleave.

His school activities include football, golf, FFA, Future Business Leaders of America, Key Club, National Honor Society, and National Technical Honor Society.  He is the Area VII FFA President, the Cass Career Center FFA President, the FBLA President, and a DARE camp role model.

He enjoys working on the family farm, playing golf, and working on old cars.

McCleave plans to attend the University of Missouri to dual major in accountancy and ag business.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship, and academics.

November
Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for November.  Seniors Baylie Woolsey and Nicholas Laughlin were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Woolsey is the daughter of Rhonda and Duane Woolsey.

Her school activities include Student Council, Freshman Mentoring, drama, debate, audio/video team, and show choir.  She is  a section leader in choir and chairs the t-shirt and blood drive committees for Student Council.

Outside of school, she is involved as a student leader for Wyldlife and she’s involved in YoungLife and her church youth group.  She’s served in the Apostleship program for Camp Barnabas.

Her hobbies include traveling, singing, hammocking, hanging out with friends, and corresponding with pen pals.

After graduation, she plans to attend Southwest Baptist University to major in intercultural ministries.

Laughlin is the son of Tony and Andrea Laughlin.

His school activities include football, basketball, golf, Student Council, and National Honor Society.  He is the Executive Secretary for Student Council and a football captain.

Outside of school, Laughlin is an Eagle Scout.

His hobbies include going to the lake, hanging with the boys, and playing sports.

Laughlin plans to attend Truman State University to earn an undergrad in health science and a minor in Spanish.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship, and academics.

October
Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for October.  Seniors Anna Saffels and Karsen Cesonis were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Saffels is the daughter of Ryan and Wendy Saffels.

Her school activities include softball, basketball, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Outside of school, she is involved as a student leader at The Vault.

Her hobbies include hammocking and Bible study with her best friends.

After graduation, she plans to go on a mission in Taiwan for six months while taking online classes to pursue an intercultural studies major.

Cesonis is the son of Bruno and Jerian Cesonis.

His school activities include soccer, football, track, and Students Against Destructive Decisions.  He has been named to the National Society of HIgh School Student Scholars and maintains a 4.0 GPA.

Outside of school, Cesonis is a senior scout in Troop 3, a crew leader for Grand River Fencing, and a referee for Harrisonville Soccer Club.

His hobbies include reading, hunting, hiking, camping, and sports.

Cesonis plans to attend college and major in nursing.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship, and academics.

 

September
Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for September.  Seniors Audrey Welhoff and Mason Scrivener were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Welhoff is the daughter of Scott and Paige Welhoff.

Her school activities include Student Council, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Key Club, National Honor Society, Drama Club, and Music Makers.  She has been in the top 15% of her class and maintained a 4.0 grade point average all four years of high school.

She is the student body president and the NHS treasurer.

Outside of school, she is involved with YoungLife.

Her hobbies include reading, singing, youth group, and hanging out with friends.

She plans to attend a four-year university to major in speech pathology or nursing.

Scrivener is the son of Robert Scrivener and Nicole Moody.

His school activities include baseball, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and National Honor Society.

He serves as a leader for FCA.

Outside of school, Scrivener is involved in his youth group at Cornerstone Community Church for which he serves as a leader for the middle school youth group.

His hobbies include baseball, fishing, and hanging out with friends.

After high school, Scrivener plans to attend a four-year college to earn a degree in either theology or athletic training and continue his baseball career.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship, and academics.