By Brandon Dumsky

Allison Webb was chosen as Truman High School’s Rotary Club of Independence Student of the Month for the month of April.

Before attending Truman, Webb was part of the Kansas all-state track team for three years. She also recently broke the discus record at Truman this year.

Webb has also participated in a variety of other sports, such as volleyball the past four years, basketball for three years and competing in other track events four years as well.

Besides being involving in athletics, she is also a member of National Honor Society, S.A.D.D. and International Club.

Webb plans to attend Missouri Southern State University and become a member of the track and field team.

Her parents are Gregg and Kelli Webb.

• Mitchell Herrick is April’s Rotary Club of Independence Student of the Month for Truman High School.

He is a 3-time academic letter recipient, an “A” honor roll student and a member of both National Honor Society and Character Council.

After school, Herrick has participated in Youth Entrepreneuers and DECA, where he has been both a regional winner and two-time state qualifier in both organizations. He also has been a mock trial state qualifier, debate state qualifier and been a member of Truman’s baseball team all four years.

Herrick plans to major either in business or political science and ultimately attend law school after he completes his undergraduate degree.

His parents are Brent and Damon Herrick.