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

They are:

Craig High School student Zachary Currie, son of Wendy and John Currie. He was a member of National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society, a cappella choir, soccer, basketball and student council. He also was a Special Olympics basketball coach and volunteered for the GIFTS Men’s Shelter, Project 16:49 and the Salvation Army. He plans to attend college to study in a pre-med program and become a sports medicine physician.

Craig High School student Graham “Mac” Ryan, son of Tobin and Oakleigh Ryan. He was a member of student council, soccer, hockey, National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society. He graduated from the Yale University Young Global Scholar Program and volunteered for Project 16:49 and GIFTS Men’s Shelter. Ryan did not offer details on his college plans.

Parker High School student Michael Henry, son of Renae and Dave Henry. He was a member of National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, DECA, Link Crew, wind ensemble, Parker Drumline, soccer and golf. He plans to attend college to major in economics or financial engineering.

Milton High School student Ally Burke, daughter of Mary and Mike Burke. She was a member of soccer, hockey, National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society. She also was a peer tutor and volunteered at Fort Atkinson High School. She plans to major in pre-med at UW-Eau Claire and then specialize in optometry or dentistry.

Milton High School student Logan Servin, son of Bradley and Jodi Servin. He was a member of soccer, show choir band, hockey, Link Crew, Future Business Leaders of America, student council, jazz band, National Honor Society, Investment Club and Spanish National Honor Society. He also volunteered at Milton elementary schools, the food pantry and vacation Bible school at Hope Lutheran Church. He plans to major in finance at Illinois Wesleyan University.

Parker High School student Emily Newmark, daughter of Michael and Dorothy Newmark. The Gazette did not receive more information on Newmark. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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