Rotary Recognizes October and November Students of the Month

By Mila Besich-Lira

Each month, the Superior Rotary recognizes the Students of the Month from the Superior Junior Senior High School. Teachers and administrators choose the students based on their involvement in school activities as well as scholastics, leadership, and good behavior.

October students of the month:

Rogelio Hernandez, a junior at Superior High School. He is the son of Rogelio and Irma Hernandez. He has played football and baseball.

Hunter Flannigan is a sophomore at Superior High School. She is the daughter of Mike and Lillian Flannigan. She is an avid athlete and plays volleyball, basketball, and softball. She is also involved in FCCLA, and attended the national competition in Florida this past summer.

Dominic Perea is an eighth grader at Superior Junior High. He is the son of Michael Perea. Dominic plays football, basketball and baseball.

Andi Tomerlin is an eighth grader and is the daughter of Sherry Tomerlin. She was unable to attend the meeting.

November students of the month:

Holly Byrd is a seventh grader at Superior Junior High. She is the daughter of Ron and Deni Byrd. Holly is a cheerleader with the Junior High Spirit Line.

Marco Ochoa is a seventh grader at Superior Junior High. He is the son of Alvaro and Soccoro Tlaxcala. Marco has played football, basketball and little league baseball.

Kiyoko Alonzo is a Junior at Superior High School. She is the daughter of Kiyoko Kuniyuki. Kiyoko plays volleyball and basketball.

Tyler Kipp is a Senior at Superior High School. He is the son of Matthew and Andrea Kipp. Tyler is a musician and is a member of the local band Safety Patrol.

The Superior Rotary Club recognized these students at their Thanksgiving luncheon in November. The members in attendance at the meeting share with the students their life stories. President Roy Chavez reminded the students to never forget where they have come from.

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