Two seniors at Fort Osage High School have been honored by the Rotary Club of Independence as students of the month.
• Michael Reddick has been elected as his class president three times. He has also been awarded three varsity letters in cross country and track, three academic excellence awards, two athletic academic awards, and the KC Scholars Scholarship.
Michael has participated in track, student council, National Honor Society, Health Occupation Students of America, Youth Advisory Council, and Student Ambassadors.
After high school, Michael plans to attend college where he will continue his cross country running and will pursue his bachelor’s and master’s degrees, studying biology and genetics. He hopes to work in genetic counseling.
Michael is the son of Cheri Juarez and Damon Reddick.
• Addisyn Sims was named Outstanding Junior of 2019-19 and a Student Ambassador. She is currently the student body vice president and was the student council corresponding secretary during school year 2018-19.
She is a member of the National Honor Society and the Health Occupation Students of America.
After high school, Addisyn plans to pursue her bachelor’s and master’s degrees with the goal of a career in occupational therapy.
Addisyn is the child of Lisa and Brian Sims.