Joel Savage, Andi Watkins Davis, Zachary Smith and Krishonya Greer were selected as Students of the Month by the Rotary Club of Independence.

Joel Savage, Andi Watkins Davis, Zachary Smith and Krishonya Greer were selected as Students of the Month by the Rotary Club of Independence.

Savage is a senior at Fort Osage High School and is a member of the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society. He has been named to the “A” Honor Roll throughout high school, was selected as a CTC Student of the Semester and was a SkillsUSA first-place regional winner.

In addition, he is a member of the Truman Heartland Community Foundation Youth Advisory Council, is involved with the CTC newspaper and was in the musical as a senior.

Savage plans to attend Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan. and major in architecture. His parents are Rob and Julie Savage.

Watkins Davis is a senior at Fort Osage High School and was selected for the Missouri Scholars Academy. He received the All Fort Osage Award for three years, received a “I” rating at the state music contest for vocals and instrumentals, was a member of the All District Choir, received the All American Scholar Award, was a drum major for three years and is treasurer of the National Honor Society.

In addition, she is a member of the marching band, Wind Ensemble and Touch of Class Chamber Choir. She is a member of the varsity soccer team, the Drama Club and Band Council. She participated in school musicals and is involved with the Independence Youth Court and Eastern Jackson County Youth Court.

Watkins Davis plans to attend a four-year university to study Arabic, Chinese and international relations. She hopes to be a foreign service agent or diplomat. Her mother is Susan Watkins.

Smith is a senior at William Chrisman and was selected to the Missouri Scholars Academy and attended Boys State. He was selected to the SWACDA Regional Honor Choir in Denver, Colo. and received the McCoy Award. He also is a member of the National Honor Society, the International Thespian Society and the National Spanish Honor Society and is a Quest Bridge Scholarship recipient.

In addition, he participates with the William Chrisman Theatre Department, is a member of the Blue and Gold Chamber Singers, is involved with the varsity Scholar’s Bowl team and is president of the Student Council.

Smith plans to attend Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio, as a vocal performance major or the University of Missouri-Columbia for music competition. His mother is Sonia Friderico.

Greer is a senior at William Chrisman and is a member of the National Honor Society.

In addition, she is a member of the tennis, swimming and soccer teams, participates in the color guard during marching band, is first chair clarinet in concert band and is a lifeguard at Adventure Oasis.

Greer plans to attend Missouri State University in Springfield, Mo., to possibly study criminal justice.

Her parents are Don and Kristy Greer.