Student Rotarians named at San Manuel High School

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Student Rotarians are, from left: Hannah Reidhead, Angeleaha Jennings and Julia Cardenas Tellez.

  SaddleBrooke Rotary has named three San Manuel High School girls Student Rotarians for the month of October and honored them at a recent meeting.

  Named are Hannah Reidhead, Angeleaha Jennings and Julia Cardenas Tellez. All three are seniors. Additionally, Jennings was also named the club’s first Interact President.

  The three were asked to write a paragraph about themselves and about their plans for the future.

  My name is Hannah Reidhead, I’m a senior at SMHS. As of now, I am ranked number two in my class. Throughout high school, I’ve been a member of the volleyball, basketball, track and baseball teams, and Student Council, National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Advance Placement Club. After high school, I plan to attend Western New Mexico University or Northern Arizona University, to major in physical therapy and minor in sport medicine.

  My name is Angeleaha Jennings and I am a senior at San Manuel High School. I am currently ranked number three in my class. I have played volleyball, softball, and I have been involved in National Honor Society, Student Council, Advanced Placement Club, and the Athletic Ambassadors Club. After high school, I hope to attend the University of Arizona to study Nursing. 

  My name is Julia Cardenas Tellez and I am a senior at San Manuel High School. I am a member of the National Honors Society, Fellowship of Christians Athletes, and the President of the Advanced Placement Club; I am also a volunteer at Family First. After high school, I want to get a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering. My plans were to go to ASU, but as a finalist for a program called QuestBridge, I might get a full ride to an Ivy League university.

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