WEEK OF JANUARY 15, 2018
Christian Fisher is 17, a senior at Tomah High School. He is a great student and has maintained A’s and B’s through his high school career. He is a wonderful brother to his 3 sisters and 1 brother. He is very passionate about the arts and is not only an excellent artist but also has been part of many theater and dance productions through Monroe/Jackson county Theater and our local ACT. Christian’s true passion is Show Choir! He has been active in show choir since 6th grade. He has been in the TOMAH HIGH SCHOOL LIMITED EDITION SHOW CHOIR all through high school and loves competition season. He practices with choir 2-4 times a week. He has performed at the Warrens Cranberry Festival for 7 years with show choir and this year will attend 5 competitions!!! Christian is very much involved in promoting anti-bullying, promoting confidence for the LGBT community and is looked up to by his peers as being very comfortable in his skin.
WEEK OF MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 2018
Abby is a 7th grader at GET Middle School. She spends many hours dancing at Applause and she's been dancing since the age of 2 or 3. Abby is in competition dance, she also plays softball in school, and she's in the school band. Plus, during the summer she plays volleyball. Abby is a hard working kid who likes to succeed.
WEEK OF MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2018
Hunter T Schultz is a junior at Aquinas High School. He is a three time starting varsity athlete in hockey. He was the top scoring player in the playoffs for Aquinas in 2016. He works very hard in, and out of, school. His friends and family are very proud of all his accomplishments.
WEEK OF MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2017
Grant is an 8th grader at Longfellow Middle School. He trains and competes in BMX. Grant is two hours from any BMX track, but he has a track at home that he maintains and trains on. He also trains in the gym to stay on top of the competition. He represented the US in the UCI World Championships this past summer in South Carolina and did very well at our USA BMX Grand Nationals. He placed 18th on his cruise bike and 29th on his class bike out of all the 14 year old experts in the country. In addition to being an exceptional bike racer, Grant excels in football and basketball. He is a trombone player in the school’s band and jazz band as well. He gets A’s and B’s in school and is in the high performance learning math class. He volunteered in a Grandparent Group that went to local nursing homes and he also volunteers in the community with his family.