By The Examiner staff

Two seniors from Truman High School have been honored by the Rotary Club of Independence as students of the month.

• Kramer Knipp is a McCoy Award recipient and is on the A honor roll. She is a member of the National Honor Society and the National French Honor Society. She attended Missouri Girls State and is in the A+ Program.

She has been in marching band for four years and has been a section leader for two years. She also has been in concert band four years. She has participated in girls golf, girls swimming, French Club and PATS. She was the Relay for Life team captain for two years, a Student Council member for four years and is currently Student Council president. She attended MASC camp for two years, attended NCYC and is a lector for her church.

She is considering the University of Arkansas or the University of Missouri and plans to study business management and international studies.

Her parents are Eric and Amy Knipp.

• Colton Rockhold carries a 3.71 GPA and is taking dual credit courses and Advanced Placement courses at Truman, where he also is a member of the Spanish Club. He participates in cross country and track and field. His forte is distance running.

His college plans are to attend either Colorado State University, Iowa State University or the University of Northern Arizona on a cross country/track and field scholarship. He plans to major in environmental science.

His parents are John and Robin Rockhold.