Superior Rotary hosts students of the month

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Superior Rotary Students of the Month are, from left, Maddaleine Price, Bruno Godinez, Tyler Allison, Makayla Martinez, Angela Campos, Eva Villalobos and Jennifer Ybarra. Nina Crowder | Superior Sun

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The Superior Rotary was honored to have lunch with the students of the month. After the members of the Superior Rotary introduced themselves to the youth they in return did the same. It was a very enjoyable lunch to hear about the youth and how they are doing in school and future plans for after high school.

There are three students of the month from the junior high. Maddaleine Price, seventh grader, who is currently the softball manager of the Superior Panthers and participates in the FCCLA program. After high school Maddaleine plans to attend Arizona State University to become a teacher. Bruno Godinez, seventh grader, participates in football, basketball and student council. Bruno plans to attend Arizona State University. Makayla Martinez, seventh grader, participates in the Superior Little League, softball, National Jr. Honor Society, Baile Folkonka Alma deSuperior and plans to attend college but is not sure what she wants to do after she graduates.

Several high school students of the month were named. Tyler Allison, 10th grader, is involved in the Superior Robotics program and after graduation he plans to become a mechanical engineer. Angela Campos, 11th grader, is active in FCCLA, enjoys hunting, fishing, the outdoors. She works at Edwardos Pizzeria and plans to attend Central Arizona College, then Arizona State University to become a nurse. EvaVillalobos, 12th grader, is involved in FCCLA, Latino Club, National Honor Society, and Key Club. After graduation Eva plans to attend Central Arizona College and obtain a degree as a Radiology Technician. Jennifer Ybarra, 12th grader, enjoys her participation in varsity volleyball, varsity spirit line, and CVIT Nursing Program. Jennifer plans to attend Grand Canyon University for a degree in nursing.

The Superior Rotary commends the students of the month and is excited for the future of these bright, intelligent young people. The rotary is honored to have the Student of the Month Program and truly enjoys seeing the students achieving their goals. The rotary is in the process of making a decision to award the two scholarships that are available for two graduating Superior students.

The Superior Rotary meets every Tuesday at noon for a luncheon at Los Hermanos Blue Room. During the meetings the group interacts on many topics, recognize the students of the month or other guests, conduct business, share resources and opportunities and simply enjoy coming together with a common goal.

Nina Crowder (87 Posts)

Nina Crowder is a resident of Mammoth. She volunteers in several local organizations. She covers events throughout the Copper Corridor and Superior Town and School governance.


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