The following students have been honored as December Students of the Month at Hannibal High School.

The following students have been honored as December Students of the Month at Hannibal High School.

• Grade 9 – Jasmin Billingsley, the daughter of Jimin Pan and Robert Billingsley. She is a member of the Sign Language Club. Her sports are band and Academic Team. Her honors include MCTM, her team earning fifth place and second place last year. She was a Student of the Month last year. Her motivation for success in school is “so hopefully I can be successful in life later.” She speaks Mandarin Chinese and a dialect in Chinese. Her hobbies are reading and drawing. Her goal is “to learn French, write a book and be successful in school and life.”

• Grade 10 – Chance Lovett, the son of Hope Lovett and Timothy Lovett. His sports are basketball and baseball. His motivation for success in school is “my family, my friends and my girlfriend. They always make sure I'm studying and getting my work turned in on time.” Interesting facts about him are that he is 15 and has three sisters, one brother and a girlfriend, and he plays on a summer baseball team. His hobbies are playing sports and hanging with friends. His goal is to go to college and become a physical therapist.

• Grade 11 – Mason Nicholas Ward is the son of Tina and Donnie Ward. He is a member of River City Revue and Glee Club. His sport is River City Revue. His honors include being a member of the National Honor Society. His motivation for success in school is college and scholarships. An interesting fact about him is he is a triplet and the oldest. His hobby is singing. His goal is singing and getting a good career.

• Grade 12 – Shelby Sharp is the daughter of Tammy Erickson and Adam Sharp. Her sports are basketball and tennis. Her motivation for success in school is graduation. An interesting fact about her is she was born in Colorado. Her hobbies are fishing, riding her horse, listening to music and hanging out. Her goal is “to one day have a huge house with 1,000 acres.”