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Lamar Elks Recognize Students of the Month

Stegman with Students at Elks Lodge (Not Pictured: Max Carere

Stegman with Students at Elks Lodge: Clark, Gibbs, Choat, Higbee and Ramsay (Not Pictured: Max Carere)

Lamar Elks Exalted Ruler, Kirk Stegman, handed out certificates of accomplishment to a number of students from Lamar High and Middle Schools during February 21st meeting night at the Elks Lodge.

Sage Higbee, an 8th grader at Lamar Middle School, was January SoM.  She’s involved in Honor Band and Choir, dance, cheer and the science fair.  Her favorite subjects are math and science.  She would like to become a professional dancer or a therapist.

Jimmy Clark, an 8th grader at LMS is also the January SoM.  He’s involved in golf, basketball, baseball and hunting and his favorite subjects are math and social studies.  He would like to attend college following his high school years.

Sophomore Sheridan Choat is the January SoM at LHS. She’s active in DECA, sports and St. Francis de Sales Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.  Sheridan has received letters in academic and athletic events.  Her favorite subjects are biology and government and plans to attend college after high school.

Max Carere is the son of Blake and Anna Carere and is involved with DECA, FBLA, FCA, Student Council and baseball and attends Lamar Christian Church. He’s a DECA officer and president of FBLA.  He’s received letters for athletics and an academic letter for his outstanding grade point average.  His favorite subjects are math and business.  He plans to graduate from either the University of Colorado or Arizona State Business School after high school.

The February high school students of the month were also recognized including Regan Gibbs and Taz Ramsay. Gibbs in a freshman and is active with Fellowship of Christian Athletes and student council.  She is part of the gifted and talented program and her church youth group.  Her favorite subject is math and she currently has a 4.0 GPA.  She would like to become a counselor after her studies.

Taz Ramsay is involved with DECA, track and soccer and was awarded ‘most dedicated soccer player and best defender’. His favorite subjects are science, English, choir and art.  Following graduation he plans to join the National Guard and become a police officer.

 

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