May Student of the Month
2018 MAY STUDENT OF THE MONTH, TAYLOR ROBBINS
Taylor Robbins has been named the May Student of the month at Henry-Senachwine High school. Taylor is the daughter of Jim and Katie Robbins, as well as the older sister of Emma and Addison Robbins. Taylor was selected from a group of students nominated by the faculty and staff. The selection committee consists of several high school teachers and the principal.
Taylor has been very active in her four years at HSHS with clubs and other organizations. She has been in Student Council, FBLA, LMAC, Math Team, Red Krush, 4-H mentoring, FCA, FCCLA, National Honor Society, Class Secretary and Senior Class President. Taylor has also been in volleyball and softball in and out of school for 4 years, as well as basketball and cheerleading in school for 2 years. She has successfully balance academics, sports, and clubs throughout her 4 years at HSHS.
In her 4 years at HSHS, Taylor has consistently been on the honor roll and maintained a spot in the top ten in her class. She showed leadership by holding two captain positions in softball and volleyball her senior year. Taylor attended Girls State in the summer of 2017 as well as the state leadership conference for FBLA in 2018.
Throughout high school, Taylor has enjoyed volunteering academically and athletically. She has volunteered as a coaching assistant for 4 years for the junior high volleyball players and has recently taken over her own coaching position for the Henry 13U club team. She has helped multiple students in the high school and grade school levels with tutoring.
Taylor plans on attending Indiana University - Purdue University in the fall of 2018 and major in Exercise Science in hopes to eventually obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
Taylor will be recognized at the May 16th School Board Meeting. She will be presented with an engraved pen set from the Henry-Senachwine Education Association and a personalized plaque from the school district. In addition, she will receive a $25 gift certificate from Heartland Bank in Henry and a $10 savings bond from the Henry Dairy Queen.
The student body, faculty and community would like to congratulate Taylor on receiving this honor in recognition of her accomplishments and contributions to Henry-Senachwine High School as well as the community.