January 2010 Students of the Month
Charity: Lemont Food Pantry
Jonathon Clark was named the Freshman Student of the Month by the school’s Health Department. Noted by his teachers as a diligent student who displays a positive attitude, Jonathon lists English, German and Rock n’ Roll Methods as his favorite courses. A consistent participant in class discussions, he is both friendly to classmates and respectful to teachers. One teacher notes that he looks for how he can learn or benefit from any situation, be it positive or negative. Jonathon participated in football last semester, and plans on playing baseball in the spring. In the future, he plans on attending law school, becoming a politician and having a family. He enjoys fishing, playing the guitar and spending time with his family and friends, and also plays other sports and video games in his free time.
The Driver Education Department honored Rebecca Rachan as the Sophomore Student of the Month. A high honor roll student, Rebecca has found Biology, Accounting and Mathematics courses - currently Advanced Pre-Calculus Honors - to be most interesting. Often a leader in class discussions, she contributes to an enjoyable classroom atmosphere with her great attitude. A member of the girls’ volleyball program, Rebecca also is involved in Mathletes, Foreign Language Club, Community Service for Everyone (CSFE) and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She plans on attending college and playing volleyball, as well as continuing to be an active member of her church and performing community service. In her spare time, she babysits, assists in her church’s religious education program and is involved in her church’s youth group.
Daniel Zmarzlinski was tabbed the Junior Student of the Month by the Foreign Language Department. Already fluent in English and Polish, Daniel lists Spanish and French as his favorite courses, and he earns top grades in both languages. A high honor roll student and member of the National Honor Society, Daniel is a very motivated student, and his drive for excellence is evident in his work and his study habits. He is a member of the Foreign Language Club and is also involved with Community Service for Everyone (CSFE). Noted for his knack for language acquisition, Daniel plans on attending college and eventually working as a linguist or in the medical field. In his spare time, he works at Ruffled Feathers Golf Club, watches TV and plays video games.
The Guidance Department picked Raegan Larberg as the Senior Student of the Month. Described as an outstanding student, Raegan lists Science courses and her internship at Oakwood School as her favorite classes. A high honor roll student, she juggles academics, extra-curricular activities and a part-time job with ease and success. Raegan is described as a responsible, dependable and mature student, and those qualities are displayed through her work as a service project for the Guidance Department. Raegan is captain of the Speech Team, a Model United Nations team member, and Vice President of both the National Honor Society and National English Honor Society. She hopes to become either a first grade teacher or a nurse. In her spare time, she works at Chipain’s in Lemont.