Rotary Students of the Month

Rangel, the January honoree, center, receives his certificate and $50 check from Rotarian Matt Cooper, left. Cedar Street teacher Richard Knowlton, right, attended the presentation, but Rangel was nominated by his teacher, Caroline Parsons, who said,  “Ben is a very polite, hard-working student.  He makes sure he is on task and focused... He is a great influence to his classmates and is a joy to have in class.”  Rangel plans to join the U. S. Marine Corps, and would like to study culinary arts at KVCC Bombrys, right, receives February honors from Rotarian Mary Beth Sons, center. In nominating him, Cedar Street teacher Heidi Birkenbach noted, “Micah is a student that teachers appreciate having in class.  He puts effort into his work and is able to make connections between the course work and his own life.  He is a good role model.”  Bombrys has competed in wrestling at Lawton, is interested in languages and is teaching himself Japanese, with plans to travel and spend time in Japan.

On May 23, the Paw Paw Area Rotary Club recognized its January and February 2019 Students of the Month, Paw Paw Public Schools’ Cedar Street Academy students Ben Rangel and Micah Bombrys. Rangel, the January honoree, center, receives his certificate and $50 check from Rotarian Matt Cooper, left. Cedar Street teacher Richard Knowlton, right, attended the presentation, but Rangel was nominated by his teacher, Caroline Parsons, who said,  “Ben is a very polite, hard-working student.  He makes sure he is on task and focused... He is a great influence to his classmates and is a joy to have in class.”  Rangel plans to join the U. S. Marine Corps, and would like to study culinary arts at Kalamazoo Valley Community College after the service.

Bombrys, right (photo 2), receives February honors from Rotarian Mary Beth Sons, center. In nominating him, Cedar Street teacher Heidi Birkenbach noted, “Micah is a student that teachers appreciate having in class.  He puts effort into his work and is able to make connections between the course work and his own life.  He is a good role model.”  Bombrys has competed in wrestling at Lawton, is interested in languages and is teaching himself Japanese, with plans to travel and spend time in Japan.  He said he hopes to pursue a football scholarship, or the military, and explore the world and to help others, particularly in Africa.
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