APRIL STUDENT OF THE MONTH: BRADY IMEL
APRIL STUDENT OF THE MONTH, 2019
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!