APRIL STUDENT OF THE MONTH: BRADY IMEL

APRIL STUDENT OF THE MONTH, 2019

Brady Imel

Brady Imel, son of Kelly and Bill Imel of Putnam, IL has been named April student of the month at Henry-Senachwine High School. Brady was selected from a group of students nominated by the faculty. The selection committee consists of several high school teachers and the principal.

Currently a senior at HSHS, Brady is attending classes at LaSalle-Peru High School to receive certification in Microsoft Access, he is already Comptia A+ certified. The Henry-Senachwine Robotics Team has been lucky to have Brady on their team all four years of high school, where he has been successful in a variety of competitions.  He is the founder of an Aerospace special interest club and a mentor in Tech Wizards teaching STEM to grade school children.

While in high school, Brady was an active member in the Art Club for 3 years, Scholastic Bowl for 1 year and Track for 1 year.  Brady is currently working on volunteer hours in order to earn Silver Cords at Graduation.

Outside of school, Brody is an active 4-H member and was a Boy Scout where he advanced to Star Scout.

Brady plans on attending IVCC for 2 years before transferring to the Illinois Institute of technology.  After becoming a software developer he plans to become a commercial helicopter pilot. Future plans consist of owning a Tesla Roadster, getting a skydiving license and living in a tiny home somewhere in the west!

On Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at the school board meeting, Brady will be presented with an engraved pen set from the Henry-Senachwine Education Association and a personalized plaque from the district designating him as “Student of the Month.” In addition, he will receive a $25.00 gift certificate from Heartland Bank in Henry and a $10.00 savings bond from the Henry Dairy Queen.

The student body, faculty and the community congratulate Brady on receiving this honor in recognition of his accomplishments and contributions at HSHS!

 

 

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