March Senior of the Month honored
The March Senior of the Month honor has been awarded to Jessica Klingelhoefer.
Klingelhoefer is the daughter of Janet Hageman and Mark Klingelhoefer.
During her high school career, Klingelhoefer has put her talents to use in several organizations, academics, sports and serving her community.
Klingelhoefer has served her fellow students for four years as student council secretary.
As part of FCCLA, she led as vice president of public relations her sophomore and senior years, vice president her junior year and treasurer her senior year. She also earned trips to state her sophomore and junior years. Additionally, she has been a part of PCYC and FCA for four years.
Her academic efforts have been recognized by earning her a membership in National Honor Society.
Klingelhoefer put her performance abilities on display as a chorus member and participant in school musicals, One Act plays and speech.
Volleyball has been a long-running passion for Klingelhoefer. She participated on her high school team for four years and played two years of club volleyball.
She attended multiple volleyball camps to hone her skills including Perkins County, Doane, Ogallala and Paxton camps.
In addition to school and extracurricular activities, Klingelhoefer donated time to several community service projects including Perkins County Youth Council, the PCHS banquet, vacation Bible school, Girls State, NHS blood drive, Mercy Meals and more.
Beyond her other commitments, Klingelhoefer has been employed as a babysitter, has studied at Chiropractic Lifestyle and is currently employed at Hugs-N-Teddybears Daycare in Grant.
After graduation, she plans to attend the University of Nebraska at Kearney where she will study to receive her teaching degree within a science or health related field.
For being selected Senior of the Month, Klingelhoefer’s picture will hang in the lobby of Pinnacle Bank in Grant. She will be eligible for a scholarship awarded at the end of the school year.
The Student of the Month and scholarship program are sponsored by Pinnacle Bank of Grant and members of the community.
(Photo by Amanda Wood)