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   Student Mayor Kace Krauss   
May 2019
 
KACE KRAUSS, a senior at Haslett High School, was sworn-in as the May 2019 Student of the Month prior to the
Thursday, May 2, Perry City Council meeting.
Krauss has demonstrated a strong work ethic by taking four AP (Advanced Placement) classes including Biology, English Literature,
U.S. History and Spanish IV.
   He is also a member of the band program as well as being a dual enrollment student at MSU where he is enrolled in Calculus IV and Chem Lab.  
Krauss will graduate with the class of 2019 with 23 college course credits including 12 dual enrollment and 11 AP testing, with a possibility of
adding 20 more thru AP testing, in addition to completing 28 high school credits while maintaining a grade point average of over 3.9.
Krauss has participated in Marching Band, Jazz Band, Pit Band and Pep Band as well as Science Olympiad, of which he went to
State Finals for five of seven years.
As a student athlete, Krauss has participated in Varsity Cross County and Varsity Track & Field.
He earned All-Conference every year in each sport as well as going to State Finals for one season in each sport. He also participated in both
JV and Varsity Golf.
He has received Academic All-Conference honors each year in Cross Country and Track and was
awarded the 2019 CAAC (Capital Area Activities Conference) Scholar Athlete Award.
He is a National Honor Society member and volunteers time to tutor students needing assistance in high school subjects.
His spare time activities include relaxing and enjoying family and friends, fishing, golfing, collecting/listening to vinyl records,
vacations and just hanging out.
 Krauss plans to attend The University of Michigan or Michigan State University to pursue mechanical engineering with the
ultimate goal of becoming a bio-medical engineer.
  In commemoration of his newest venture of serving as Student Mayor, Krauss (left) received a  “Special Tribute” from Mayor James Huguelet.


*** A Student Mayor was not Nominated for April 2019 ***

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  Student Mayor Isabella Miller  
March 2019


ISABELLA MILLER, a Perry High School senior, was appointed the March 2019 City of Perry Student of the Month prior to the
Thursday, March 7, Perry City Council meeting.
Miller takes her school grades very seriously and is currently enrolled in classes in the fifth year college program. She has been an Honor Roll
student and currently serves as vice president of the National Art Honor Society as well as captain of the Varsity Track team and competitor
with the Michigan Indoor Track series.
She is proud that her 4 X 100 Varsity Relay team has competed at the State Finals for the past three years.
Miller is a member of the Perry Equestrian team and has been a Top Ten Rider in the district for the past three years and qualified with the team
to compete at the state level for the past two years.
As a 4H member, Miller exhibits cattle, horses and pigs plus serving as a volunteer with her 4H Club.
  Miller says “being a good student, athlete, and citizen of Perry are among the most important things to me.”
She plans to earn an associate’s degree at LCC (Lansing Community College) before transferring to a University to pursue her goal of
becoming a physician’s assistant.
 Mayor James Huguelet (right) presented Miller with a Special Tribute in recognition of her accomplishments and appointment as Student Mayor.


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 Student Mayor Emily Hart 
February 2019


 EMILY HART, a Perry High School senior, was appointed the February 2019 City of Perry Student of the Month prior to the
Thursday, Feb. 7, Perry City Council meeting.
Hart is a motivated and hardworking individual who enjoys learning and attending school, as well as being engaged in the fine arts,
including music, art, literature, and theatre.
  She currently serves as the FFA (Future Farmers of America) Citizenship Chair, two-year member of NHS (National Honor Society),
and 
member of the PHS Science Olympiad secondary team.
   In addition, Hart is currently a member of the PHS Chamber Choir, member of the MSVMA (Michigan School Vocal Music Association)
Solo and Ensemble, PHS Chorale Soprano Section Leader, and Soloist, as well as Choir Council Vice-President and Librarian.
  She likes to challenge herself at many levels and is currently enrolled in AP Calculus to attain her Math credit.
  Hart has aspirations to widen her horizon in education, or health and human services, specifically medical services, psychological or
sociological services, or law.
  Her future goals include attending a two-year college before transferring to a four-year in-state university,
or go directly to a four-year university.
  Ultimately, she “hopes to create an impact on her family, friends and fellow citizens to benefit Perry and Michigan as a whole,
especially the youth and elderly who are in need.”
  Mayor James Huguelet (right) presented Hart with a Special Tribute in recognition of her accomplishments and
appointment as Student Mayor.


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  Student Mayor Faith Arnott 
January 2019
 

FAITH ARNOTT, a Perry High School senior, was appointed the January 2019 City of Perry Student of the Month prior to the
Thursday, Jan. 3, Perry City Council meeting.
Arnott has received straight As for the past three years and currently has a 4.0 gpa. She admits to challenging herself with a
rigorous class schedule including: AP Literature as a high school junior as well as AP Government and AP Language as a senior. She is also
dual enrolled at Lansing Community College for Spanish.
Arnott says she values punctuality and has had perfect school attendance since the ninth grade.
She currently serves as Vice President of the National Honor Society and as a Freshman and Sophomore, enjoyed being a member of the
Varsity Golf Club and received the Most Improved Award from her coach.
Arnott plans to attend Michigan State University or the University of Michigan to pursue a degree in Business Management.
Mayor James Huguelet (right) presented Arnott with a Special Tribute in recognition of her accomplishments and
appointment as Student Mayor.
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  Student Mayor Nicole Davis  
December 2018


NICOLE DAVIS, a senior at Perry High School, was sworn-in as the December 2018 City of Perry Student of the Month prior to the
Thursday, Dec. 6, Perry City Council meeting.
Academically, Davis is in the Top 20 of the Class of 2019; has earned an award in government and serves as President of the
NHS (National Honor Society) and Student Council).
She also served as Committee Chair during the annual Homecoming and Winterfest.
Davis has been a member of the school band program for eight years and is currently an Oboe Section Leader, Color Guard Captain,
Band Council Librarian and Uniform Manager. She has been involved with the Summer Recreation Ball Program for numerous years
and is currently a catcher in the Softball Program.
She plans to continue with the early college program that she is currently enrolled in a Baker College with the ultimate goal
of transferring to a four-year college to pursue a degree in Nursing.
Mayor James Huguelet (right) presented Davis with a Special Tribute in recognition of her accomplishments and appointment
as Student Mayor.
                                                                                                                                                              
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   Student Mayor Marc Hendzel   
November 2018
MARC HENDZEL,a senior at Perry High School, was sworn-in as the November 2018 Student of the Month prior to the
Wednesday, Nov. 7, Special City Council Meeting.
Hendzel currently serves as Class Treasurer, Trumpet Section Leader and National Honor Society member. He is also extremely dedicated
to the FFA and currently serves as President of the Perry Chapter. At the State and National level, Hendzel has competed in many FFA
Leadership Skills Contests.
He has also been involved with 4-H from an early age and enjoys raising and/or showing poultry, rabbits, goats, swine, beef, sheep and dairy.
At the age of 16, Hendzel was a member of the Shiawassee County 4-H Council Board, 4-H Ambassadors, Small Animal Association,
Jr. Livestock Association and the Shiawassee County Fair Board.
In 2017, Hendzel was honored as Shiawassee County Fair Youth of the Year. He says he "thanks both the FFA and 4-H for making him
who he is today."
His future plans include continuing his education with basic studies at Lansing Community College before transferring to Michigan State
University to pursue a career in Agribusiness and Swine Management.
In commemoration of his newest venture of serving as Student Mayor, Hendzel (left) received a "Special Tribute" from Mayor James Huguelet.


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 Student Mayor Grace Knickerbocker 
October 2018
 GRACE KNICKERBOCKER, a senior at Perry High School, was sworn-in as the October 2018 Student of the Month prior to the
Thursday, Oct. 4, Perry City Council meeting.
Knickerbocker says she has always inspired to be successful at school and with opportunities for herself and her community.
She has been an Honor Student since 6th Grade and is now in the Top Ten of the Senior Class.
Knickerbocker also serves as Secretary of the Youth Advisory Council, Science Olympiad, and is Vice President of the
Perry Schools Band Concert.
As an active member of the Perry High School Band, Knickerbocker is the Alto Saxophone Section Leader and Drum Major.
As a Student Athlete, Knickerbocker has played basketball, golf and softball. In the past two years she has been in the top five
of her league and earned many awards for multiple tournaments.
Knickerbocker plans to pursue a medical career and continue to involve herself with many organizations.
After the swearing-in ceremony, Knickerbocker received a "Special Tribute" from Mayor James Huguelet.