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Students of the Month

May

Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for May.  Seniors Belen Lomeli and Matthew Hasenyager were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Lomeli is the daughter of Jose Luis and Olga Lomeli.

Her school activities include DECA and girls soccer.

She has earned an academic letter and a place on the Principal’s Honor Roll.

Outside of school, she works as a hostess at the Best Burrito.

Her hobbies include watching and playing soccer, going to the gym and getting a good workout, and talking/teaching others about my culture.

After graduation, Lomeli plans to attend Missouri State University to major in secondary education in modern language.

“I can't wait to have a class full of crazy kids and fill them up with knowledge about different Spanish cultures.”

Hasenyager is the son of Bruce and Robin Hasenyager

His school activities include Drama Club, Boys Golf, National Honor Society, National English Honors Society, Wildcat Network, and FCA.

He received the Above and Beyond Award in Drama Club and achieved the level of National Honor Thespian.  He, along with Amy Tracy, created the weekly update video, Cat Attack, for WCN.He also received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Harrisonville Police Department for helping create the Shop With A Cop videos.

His hobbies include woodworking, model trains, and golf.

Outside of school, he is a leader for his church's middle school youth group and he helps run his church's online services on Sunday mornings.

Hasenyager plans to attend Longview for two years while applying for a position on the railroad in Kansas City.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of good citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and sportsmanship.

 

April

 

Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for April.  Seniors Caitlyn Costner and Jacob Poisal were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Costner is the daughter of Dr. Walter and Kara Costner.

Her school activities include Student Council, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, Peer Helpers, Drama Club, soccer, tennis, and band.

She acts as the Student Council class representative; Drama Club secretary, choreographer, stage manager, and costume designer; and a co-section and section leader in band.

Her hobbies include playing the piano, traveling, and volunteering.

Outside of school Costner enjoys club soccer, mission trips to Alabama and Guatemala, and working at Celebrity Kennels Dog Shelter.

Her awards and honors include tennis-3rd place in #6 singles in conference, 1st place in #3 singles in conference, 2nd place in #2 doubles in conference, 1st place in #1 singles in conference, and 1st place in #1 doubles in three tournaments, Academic All-Conference (3 yrs), 2nd place in Top Reader at HHS, Outstanding Supporting Actress, member of International Thespian Society, National Honor Thespian, 2nd place districts and state in a saxophone trio, 1st place districts in saxophone trio, letters in academics, drama, and band, Principal's Honor Roll (4 yrs), and top 15% in class (4 yrs).

After graduation, Costner plans to attend Kansas State University to major in biochemistry on the pre-med track.

Poisal is the son of Cindy Tomasic and Jim Tomasic and Bob Poisal and Kris Poisal.

His school activities include FFA, National Technical Honor Society, football, basketball, and baseball.

He acts as captain of the football team.

His hobbies include weightlifting and sports.

Outside of school Poisal works on his family’s farm.

His awards and honors include 1st Team All-Conference Linebacker, Second Team All-Conference Offensive Lineman, All-District Linebacker, and Harrisonville 2nd Team All-Decade Linebacker.

Poisal plans to attend Metropolitan Community College and then transfer to the University of Central Missouri to Major in occupational safety and minor in criminal justice.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of good citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and sportsmanship.

 

March 

Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for March.  Seniors Amy Tracy and Michael Dahn were selected by the faculty to receive this honor. 

Tracy is the daughter of Dana and Lon Tracy.

Her school activities include National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, DECA, Music Makers, Dance Team, and Academic Club.

She acts as the President of the National Honor Society, Dance Captain of Music Makers and a Youth Group Leader.

Her awards and honors include induction into the ACT Hall of Fame, academic letter, top 15% in her class, being a two-time All-State Show Choir member, four-time DECA State competitor, DECA international competitor, and a National Dance Association All-American Dancer.

Outside of school, she works as a lifeguard at the Harrisonville Community Center and the outdoor pool.

After graduation, Tracy plans to attend Brigham Young University in Utah to pursue an undecided major.

Dahn is the son of Patti Brinkley and Tim Dahn.

His school activities include jazz band, show choir band, marching band, and National English Honor Society.

His awards and honors include All-State jazz band and a letter in academics. 

Dahn plans to attend the University of Central Missouri to study jazz, then pursue a degree in music education.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of good citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and sportsmanship.

 

February

Harrisonville High School has recently announced the Students of the Month for February.  Seniors Kaylee Harp and Evan Filer were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Harp is the daughter of Rob and Linda Harp.

Her school activities include show choir, National Honor Society, cross country, track and field, and swimming.

She has acted as captain in cross country, track and field, and swimming.

Harp’s awards include numerous cross country honors including lettering, qualifying for State, and earning Academic All-Conference all four years.  She medaled at State twice and was the first female state qualifier ever. In track and field, she’s earned three letters, qualified for State all three years and been a state medalist.  She’s also the school record holder in the 800m. Her swimming awards include three letters and earning State qualification.

She is a four-year Principal’s Honor Roll member and has earned the Excellence in Academics award for three years.  She’s earned three show choir letters.

Outside of school, she’s earned a superior rating for a piano solo for three years at the National Federation of Music Clubs District 1-Kansas City and the National Federation of Music and Fine Arts of Greater Kansas City’s Outstanding Achievement in Keyboard Merit examination.

Her hobbies include playing the piano, reading, hunting, running, and eating.

After graduation, Harp plans to attend a four-year university and compete in cross country as well as indoor and outdoor track.

Filer is the son of Bill and Jill Filer.

His school activities include National Honor Society, Student Council, Future Business Leaders of America, soccer,  basketball and tennis.

He is the National Honor Society treasurer and soccer team captain.

Filer’s awards and honors include being inducted into the ACT Hall of Fame (score of 30 or higher) and he’s earned the Excellence in Academics Award, been on Principal’s Honor Roll and earned academic letters throughout high school.

His soccer honors include Academic All-Conference and  letter awards for four years; All-Conference 2nd Team and 1st Team for three years; All-District 2nd Team and 1st Team for three years; All-Region Team for two years; All-State Honorable Mention as a junior and All-State 2nd team as a senior.  He also was named to the Academic All-State team this year. He’s earned the Wildcat team’s Wildcat Exemplification award three years and was named the team MVP this year.

In basketball, he’s earned two letters and two Academic All-Conference awards.  In tennis, he’s earned one letter, one Academic All-Conference award, and 2nd place All-Conference doubles.

Outside of school, he plays club soccer for KC Athletics.

His hobbies include playing sports and video games. He also enjoys statistics and math.

Filer plans to attend William Woods University to major in math as well as play soccer.

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

 

January

Harrisonville High School has recently announced the Students of the Month for January.  Seniors Karley Reynolds and Austen Cesonis were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Karley Reynolds is the daughter of Jeremiah and Kelly Reynolds.

Her school activities include Key Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), National Honor Society (NHS), Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Student Council, basketball, and track. She also acts as Senior Class Vice President.

Her hobbies include working out, baking, watching movies, hanging out with family and friends, shopping, going to concerts, fishing, hunting, and watching her brothers play sports. 

Her awards and achievements include being top 15% of the class, Principal's Honor Roll, receiving an academic letter and varsity letters in basketball, track, and tennis; and Academic All-Conference in basketball, track, and tennis.

After graduation, Reynolds will go to Fort Leonard Wood to finish job training for the Army Reserves then she will attend the University of Kansas to major in biology and eventually medical school to be an obstetrician-gynecologist. 

Austen Cesonis is the son of Bruno and Jerian Cesonis.

His school activities include Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), National Honor Society (NHS), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), soccer, wrestling, and track. He also acts as a wrestling captain.

Outside of school, his hobbies include soccer, track, wrestling, hunting, fishing, playing PS4 with friends, scuba diving, and his job as head lifeguard at the Harrisonville Community Center.

His awards and achievements include Academic All-Conference in soccer for two years, All-Conference 2nd team in soccer, All-Conference 1st team in soccer, All-District 1st team in soccer, Academic All-Conference for three years in wrestling, Eagle Scout status, scuba certification, and a varsity letters in soccer, wrestling, and academics.

Cesonis plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University to major in marine biology and work on the coast or in a zoo.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of good citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and sportsmanship.

December

Harrisonville High School has recently announced the students of the month for December.  Seniors Tatum Kelley and Bryce Jenkins were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Kelley is the daughter of Chad and Amy Kelley and Melissa Kelley.

Her school activities include marching band, concert band, and the National Art Honor Society (NAHS). She is also a student section leader for the marching band. 

Outside of school, she works at B&B Theatres and spends time reading or drawing.

Her awards include being in the top 15% of her class for three years, Excellence in Academics award, lettering in academics and band, and receiving the Award of Excellence by the National Honor Society of Future Scientists and Technologists.

After graduation, Kelley plans to enlist in the Air Force. 

Jenkins is the son of Tim and Nicolette Hollingsworth.

His school activities include basketball, soccer, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and National Honor Society (NHS). He is a captain on the basketball team and is on the FCA leadership team.

Outside of school, he works at Upcycled Orchard, plays basketball, and spends time with his friends. 

His awards include being in the top 15% of his class, All-Conference Honorable Mention in basketball, All-Conference 2nd Team in soccer, and All-District soccer.

Jenkins is undecided on future plans after graduation.

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 Madison Hoffman and Keigan Rowe were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Hoffman is the daughter of David and Roseann Hoffman.

Her school activities include Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Key Club, Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA), National Honor Society (NHS), National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), Fellowship of Christan Athletes (FCA), FFA, Mercenaries, Golf, College Ambassadors, Student Council, and Wrestling manager.

She serves as senior class president, president of SADD, president of Key Club, treasurer of DECA, and a leader of the Mercenaries. 

Her awards include Principal’s Honor Roll for four years, Academic Letter for four years, All-Conference and  Academic All-Conference in golf, golf letter for two years, and wrestling management letter for three years. 

Her hobbies include shopping, playing golf, 4-H, youth group, spending time with friends, and her job at Absolute Health Chiropractic.

After graduation, Hoffman plans to attend the University of Missouri-Kansas City for dental hygiene. 

Keigan Rowe is the son of Eric and Tiffany Rowe.

His school activities include FFA, Football, and Baseball. 

He is the FFA Sentinel and is on the Football Leadership Council. 

He has received the award of Co-MVP for football

His hobbies shooting pool, fishing, mudding, mowing, baseball, and rodeo.

After graduation, Rowe plans to attend college at an undecided university for accounting. 

 

 

October
Harrisonville High School has recently announced the Students of the Month for October.  Seniors Jessi Buerge and Brodie Rogers were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Jessi Buerge is the daughter of Kevin and Diane Buerge.

Her school activities include Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Key Club, National Honor Society (NHS),  and Traction. She acts as the secretary in SADD, secretary in Key Club, and secretary in NHS.

Her awards and honors include Principal’s honor roll (3 years), receiving an academic letter, and receiving a letter in boys’ soccer management. 

Her hobbies include playing soccer, hanging out with friends, and traveling.

After graduation, Buerge plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University to major in early childhood education.

Brodie Rogers is the son of Phil and Jennifer Rogers.

His school activities include football, basketball, and football leadership council. 

His awards include All-Conference in football, All-Conference in basketball, and All-District in football.

His hobbies include playing golf, playing tennis, listening to music, and watching football or Big Brother with his parents.

Rogers plans to study physical education and earn a teaching certificate. 

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of good citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and sportsmanship.

 

September
Harrisonville High School has recently announced the Students of the Month for September.  Seniors Jayden Osborn and Carson Crowley were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.  

Osborn is the daughter of Mike and Debbie Osborn.

Her school activities include Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Key Club, Bright Futures, National Honor Society (NHS), Peer Helpers, soccer, Music Makers, and theater. She acts as a leader of FCA, vice president of SADD, vice president of Key Club, vice president of NHS, and president of Music Makers.

Her awards and honors include the Katie Rios scholarship, the Wildcat Exemplification Award in soccer, Academic All-Conference, Principal’s Honor Roll (3 years), the Excellence of Academics award (3 years), and a nomination for best female KC Cappie critic.

Her hobbies include spending time with her family and traveling as much as possible.

After graduation, Osborn plans to attend Southwest Baptist University and is undecided on a major. 

Carson Crowley is the son of John and Amy Crowley.

His school activities include football, baseball, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and Key Club.  He acts as a captain for the football team, FBLA vice president, Key Club treasurer, and leader of FCA. 

His awards and honors include Principal’s Honor Roll (3 years), the Excellence in Academics award (3 years), and HHS ACT Hall of Fame. 

His hobbies include exercising, fishing, biking, and hiking.

After graduation, Crowley plans to attend the University of Kansas to major in accounting. 

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