Pekin Community High School Students Recognized

Pekin Hospital and Lite Rock 107 are proud to recognize Pekin Community High School students MacKenzie McLouth and Emily Monks as recipients of the Pekin Community High School (PCHS) Student Award for April.

MacKenzie, a senior, was nominated by Mrs. Tonya Barra, an English teacher at PCHS. In the nomination, Mrs. Barra cited MacKenzie’s contributions to PCHS’ Best Buddies Club and her involvement in extra-curricular activities.

Emily, a senior, was nominated by Mrs. Theresa Black, an English teacher at PCHS. In the nomination, Mrs. Black cited Emily’s contributions as her assistant.

Each month two PCHS students who excel in moral character, positive attitude, volunteerism, demonstrate ideal role-model behavior, and who contribute to the classroom are nominated by teachers, counselors, and high school personnel. The students must be a senior and show remarkable qualities which help them prepare for a promising future.

Seth Mingus, Assistant Principal for Curriculum at PCHS said, “PCHS is grateful to have the opportunity to recognize the positive contributions our students make every day. The teachers and staff enjoy nominating students, and we appreciate the support from Pekin Hospital, Lite Rock 107/WSWT, and our community.”

Pekin Hospital and Lite Rock 107/WSWT are proud to sponsor the student award program for the students of PCHS.


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