Two seniors from William Chrisman High School have been honored by the Rotary Club of Independence as students of the month.
• Hannah Kimbrough received the McCoy Award for academic excellence, and she is a member of National Honor Society and attended Missouri Girls State.
She has been varsity captain of the scholar bowl team and president of the National Honor Society. She also has been active in varsity tennis, History Club, Technician Student Association and French National Honor Society.
Outside of school, she has an internship at Truman Library, and is active in her church youth group at First Baptist Church of Independence and the media ministry at church.
After high school, she plans to go to either Truman State University or Creighton University to double major in biology or pharmacy and political science.
Her parents are Barbara and Jeff Kimbrough.
• William Coltyn Levi Weston has received several varsity letters; and recognition for 300-plus service hours in one year. He received the McCoy Award for academic excellence, and is on the presidential honor roll.
He has been active in soccer, tennis, wrestling, National Honor Society, debate, SADD, the A+ program, ACE, theater, band, Tobacco Free Missouri Youth, and scholar bowl.
Outside of school, he is involved in Boy Scouts of America, piano lessons and his church youth group.
After high school he plans to get a bachelor's degree in information technology or computer system networking and telecommunications, join big brother and hopefully wrestle at the college level.
His parents are Ramon Weston and Gretchen Wheaton-Weston.