The Students of the Month for March at Chase County Schools are MaKenna Ketter and Travis Luhrs. They will attend an Imperial Rotary Club luncheon.
Ketter is the daughter of Tonja Berry and Mike Ketter. She has been on the honor roll and has been a teachers’ aide, as well as a representative on the Imperial City Council for two years.
The 18-year old has participated in FFA for four years, acting as senior officer and president, choir for four years, show choir for two years, speech for three years, and has participated in the one-act play for two years, musicals for three years and the three-act play for one year.
Ketter played volleyball, basketball and ran track for four years each. She also participated in the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge trip.
A member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, the senior has worked at Imperial Beef. She enjoys going to the lake and being with children in her free time.
Ketter will attend Mid-Plains Community College in North Platte and will play volleyball.
Luhrs is the son of Lynn and Tom Luhrs. He has been on the honor roll, has been a teachers’ aide, and participated in the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge trip.
The senior was a member of FFA for four years and was parliamentarian, Future Business Leaders of America for four years, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes for four years.
He participated in band and jazz band for one year each, choir and show choir for three years each and musicals for three years.
Luhrs played football for three years, basketball for four years, and ran track for four years.
A member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, the 18-year old works for Luhrs Certified Seed. He likes being with friends and playing golf with his father in his spare time.
Luhrs plans to major in business management at Doane College in Crete, and will also play basketball.