Posted on May 07, 2019
The Kansas City, Kansas Rotary Club, as part of its annual Student Scholarship Contest, recognized outstanding high school students from Wyandotte county schools.  One female and one male student from each school are nominated by their respective schools to compete for $1000 college scholarships.  All the students exemplify the highest academic, service and character standards in our community.  We can all be proud of what Wyandotte county has helped produce in these students.  And we are excited about want they can bring in the future.
The female students, accompanied by family and school representatives, made short presentations before the club on April 16th at its weekly luncheon.  The male students presented on April 23rd.
The Club will choose one female and one male from these outstanding high school students to receive a $1000.00 scholarship at the college or university of their choice.  The scholarships will be awarded at the Club's luncheon on May 21st.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 – Female students
Left to Right (as they appear in the photo)
Ted Garcia, KCK Rotary Club;  Destiny Haynes, FL Schlagle High School;  Sophie Sadrakula, Bishop Ward High School;  Annie Zheng, JC Harmon High School;  Ronasia Simmons, Wyandotte High School;  Kayla Wortman, Washington High School;  MacKensi Freese, Bonner Springs High School; Scout Molder, Piper High School;  and Megan Dorantes, Sumner Academy.
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 – Male students
Left to Right (as they appear in the photo)
Ted Garcia, KCK Rotary Club;  Jacob Nevels, Bishop Ward High School;  Colton Lloyd, Piper High School;  Rheijan Villegas, Turner High School;  Klayton Coffman, Bonner Springs High School;  Adan Baltazar, Wyandotte High School;  Amiel Green II, Washington High School;  Henry Madriles, Sumner Academy;  and Alan Mejia, JC Harmon High School.