The Janesville Noon Rotary Club recently honored its six April Students of the Month.

The students are:

  • Milton High School student
  • Ellen Crofts,
  • daughter of Val and Catherine Crofts. She was a member of National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Soceity, student council, Spanish Club, Caritas for Children Club, Young Conservatives Club, Link Crew, Discovering Democracy and show choir. She also played tennis, was a peer tutor, earned a Rotary Youth Leadership Award and was a delegate to Badger Girls State.

Crofts plans to attend UW-Madison or St. Norbert College to major in secondary education.

  • Milton High School student
  • Eric Fons,
  • son of John Fons and Jill Schuerman. He participated in swimming, soccer, marching band, show choir, National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society. He also was a member of Future Business Leaders of America.

Fons plans to attend University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

  • Parker High School student
  • Kaitlynn Beyer,
  • daughter of Dale and Cheryl Beyer. She was a member of National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Link Crew, varsity hockey and varsity soccer. She also was a Badger Girls State delegate and received the Rachel Bible Unsung Hero Award and Rotary academic achievements. She volunteered at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church youth group, ECHO and the Janesville Ice Arena.

Beyer plans to attend UW-La Crosse and major in biology so she can work in the medical field.

  • Park High School student
  • Matthew Hanley,
  • son of Michael and Laura Hanley. He was a member of DECA, National Honor Society, IDATA, Student Leadership Council, Janesville School District Honors Band, Parker band and the golf team. He also attended Washington Seminar, was class treasurer and volunteered at St. Patrick’s Church as an usher.

Hanley plans to attend UW-Whitewater and major in business.

  • Craig High School student
  • Jenna Rach,
  • daughter of David and Shari Rach. She is a member of National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, International Club, Sierra Club and the cross country team.

She volunteered with the PALS program and at Hedberg Public Library and Bags of Hope. She also was a guide at the Janesville Schools Outdoor Laboratory.

She plans to attend UW-Madison and aims to study pharmacology and toxicology.

  • Craig High School student
  • Robert Legatzke,
  • son of Bob and Shari Legatzke. He was a member of band, Rock Soccer Club and the Craig soccer and track and field teams.

Legatzke plans to attend UW-Madison for engineering.

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