Kiwanis Student of the Month

The Kiwanis Club of Chilton has selected Kayla S. Stenz, daughter of Mark and Diane Stenz, as the Student of the Month for September. 

Kayla is an honor student. She has earned honor roll status each semester and earned an academic letter. She was invited to membership in the National Honor Society and has been an active member since her junior year. This year she is serving as president of the local Chilton High School chapter.

Kayla is very active in student government. She has been a member of the Student Council for the last three years. She served as her class treasurer as a sophomore, class secretary as a junior, and this year she is a class representative on the Student Council. As a junior and again this year she is honored to be serving on the Principal’s Cabinet.

Kayla is busy with a number of high school organizations. She has been a member of the  Future Business Leaders of America all four years. Last year she served the incoming freshmen through the Link Crew and she served other schoolmates through SHARE.

In high school sports, Kayla has concentrated on volleyball. She was a member of the team all four years and she has earned a varsity volleyball letter and chevron. She shares her expertise and enthusiasm by coaching youth volleyball.

There are other ways that Kayla gives back. She assisted in the Summer School program in the Chilton School District. Outside of school, she is active in her church and helps at fundraising activities such as church dinners.

Kayla is currently employed at Cedar Lodge Restaurant where she is a hostess. She is also employed by Ascension Calumet Medical Center as a youth apprentice through the Career Capstone Program. 

In her free time Kayla enjoys volleyball, drawing, painting, and hanging out with friends. After graduation she plans to attend a four-year college and study to become an ultrasound technician.

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