Rotary Student of the Month: December

Hannah Carnahan is the December Student of the Month from Deer Park High School. Hannah, a member of the Associated Student Body and Link Crew loves “being part of a great social atmosphere.” Playing soccer since the age of 5, she now plays for the school team.  She said that since COVID, ASB is having trouble putting plans together but she is now part of the team forming Spirit Week.  Hannah wants to go into nursing first and then has aspirations of becoming a Physician’s Assistant. She will be starting at North Idaho College.

Mary Walker’s Kalinik Martushoff is the December Student of the Month. Kalinik’s family originated in Russia and China, and his sister was the first in his family to go to college. He loves to write and is very interested in art. His favorite subjects are science and geography, and he has a 3.5 GPA . He is a member of Mary Walker’s Honor Society, the varsity basketball team, and previously held offices in student government.  One of his favorite pastimes revolves around video games!  He is currently looking at the University of Oregon with a future in architecture.  

Principal Clint Hull introduced Whitney Reiber, December Student of the Month from Riverside High School as a “mover and a shaker who has so much kindness and empathy for others”.Whitney comes from a large generation who attended Riverside High School. “Reading, drawing and school are the most important things to me,” said Whitney.  She loves calculus and math because they make your brain work!  Currently a member of Riverside’s Honor Society, she formerly held offices in the Associated Student Body.  After high school, she wants to attend Spokane Community College to receive her Associates Degree. Whitney is very interested in continuing on to Veterinary School or a future of working with animals in some capacity.

Photos Provided By Deer Park Rotary Club

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