Shayna Bishop, Springfield Local, Springfield High School, senior

On her own, Shayna took the time not only to bring in donated clothes for the Caring Closet, but also to write positive messages for the students receiving the items.

 

Devin Lanz, Coventry Local, Coventry High School, senior

Devin is a member of the Chamber Ensemble. He is a polite and respectful young man and is also active at his church.

 

Jayla Manley, Coventry Local, Coventry High School, senior

Jayla is widely viewed as being one of the highest character students in the building. She is also involved in many clubs and extracurricular activities.

 

Nate Dobben, Norton City, Norton High School, senior

Nate is a wonderful young man who takes on many leadership roles around the building, including being the captain of multiple sports teams and within the National Honor Society. His teachers speak very highly of Nate and his tremendous impact on our building.

 

Samantha Johnson, Norton City, Norton High School, senior

Samantha is an extremely polite and respectful young lady driven toward her future education goals, including eventually receiving a degree in architecture. Her teachers rave about her positive influence and amazing attention to detail in everything she does.

 

Zachary Walker, Manchester Local, Manchester High School, junior

Zach is a talented student who is a member of National Honor Society, Academic Challenge Team, vice president of Science Club, adviser of Spanish Club and is respected by his peers and faculty. In his spare time he is a member of Junior Leadership Akron and plays the oboe in the Cleveland Youth Orchestra.

 

Madeline McFadden, Manchester Local, Manchester High School, senior

Maddy has school leadership roles in Chemistry Club, French Club, Pep Club and National Honor Society. Maddy plays varsity girls basketball and works at Acme.

 

Alexis Smith, Archbishop Hoban High School, junior

Alexis is a bright student who contributes to the classroom atmosphere, leads by example and is involved in many different activities, including Project HOPE, a service program at Hoban that serves food to the homeless community each week throughout the year. In September, Alexis and several Hoban students attended an Akron zoning meeting at which she advocated on behalf of those she serves and gave a heartfelt plea to the council members to save a homeless persons' tent city.