HHS honors Feb. Students of Month

Hannibal High School faculty and staff members announced the Students of the Month for February. Pictured from left: Samuel Allen Rose, ninth grade; Aya Amirdash, tenth grade; Aden Anderson, eleventh grade; and Rene Abigail DeLaPorte, twelfth grade.
For the Courier-Post
Posted: Feb. 28, 2019 11:55 am

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

• Grade 9 - Samuel Allen Rose is the son of Emily and Allen Rose. He is a member of his church choir. He has a Black Belt in karate. His academic awards include a blue ribbon in a speech competition. His motivation for success in school is to do well academically to get into a good school and have successful career. He loves engineering and went to a space camp robotics. His hobbies are guitar and working on vehicles. His goal is to go into engineering and possibly work for NASA.

• Grade 10 - Aya Amirdash is the daughter of Carrie and Ahmad Amirdash. She is a member of the Bluff City Theater acting class and the HLGU area orchestra. She is a member of the HHS girls' swim team. Her academic honors include being a MSA nominee. Her motivation for success in school is to get into a good college with a scholarship. She was born in Beirut, Lebanon, and was born exactly four years before hr sister. Her hobbies are reading, playing cello and watching Netflix. Her goal is to “go to college, travel and get a job I love.”

• Grade 11 - Aden Anderson is the son of Jehan Taylor. Basketball is his sport. His motivation for success in school is to “make my mom proud and just be the one in the family to succeed.” An interesting fact about him is “I'm going to do cross country.” His hobbies are staying outdoors and hanging with friends. His goal is to complete four years of college.

• Grade 12 – Rene Abigail DeLaPorte is the daughter of Regina Ann DeLaPorte and Dale Aurther DeLaPorte. She is a member of the Book Club, Transformers, Youth Group, FBLA and World Changers. Her sport is swimming. She is a member of the National Honor Technical Society. Her motivation for success in school is to get into the college she wishes. An interesting fact about her is, “I always have a journal with me to write down book ideas.” Her hobbies are reading and being with friends. Her goal is to travel the world and write about different cultures.

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