Mount Pulaski Names Senior-of-the-Month
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MOUNT PULASKI -- Christina Stoll has been named
December Senior-of-the-Month at Mount Pulaski High School. She is
the daughter of Kenton and Marcia Stoll of Chestnut.Christina is secretary-treasurer for the senior class and secretary
of the National Honor Society. She is a four-year member of the
band, serving this year as vice president.
She has been active in
Science Olympiad, Scholastic Bowl, Worldwide Youth in Science and
Engineering, Drama Club, Prom Committee and Spirit Squad.
Christina has been an active FFA member and is serving as
historian this year. She has won numerous awards in FFA, including
top advertising individual on the agricultural sales team and top
secretary on the parliamentary procedure team. She played in the FFA
convention band and was a member of the state crops judging team.
Christina has been on the high honor roll and has been named an
Illinois State Scholar. She was also named a Logan County Board
Student of the Month, was English I Student of the Year during her
freshman year, and received the Band Director's Award her junior
year. She is a winner of the "What Memorial Day Means to Me" essay
Christina has been a four-year member of the Mount Pulaski High
School volleyball team, winning numerous awards, including Fall
Festival All-Tournament Team Player (2007), Lincoln Courier First
Team Player (2007), Pantagraph State Volleyball Special Mention
Player (2007), State Journal Register All Area Team Player (2007),
Sangamo All-Conference Player (2006) and Varsity Volleyball Most
Improved Player (2005, 2006). She served as captain of the Mount
Pulaski volleyball state championship team (2007). She is a current
member of the Illini United Volleyball Club and has played on the
Central Illini and Illini Elite Volleyball Club teams. She is a
two-year member of the Mount Pulaski High School track team.
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the community, Christina has served as secretary of Clover Kids 4-H
Club and was a Camp CILCA Horse Camp volunteer. She has taught
Vacation Bible School and played the clarinet at Zion Lutheran
Church in Mount Pulaski. She has also played in the community band.
She volunteered for Agricultural Education Day and has been a tram
volunteer at the Illinois State Fair.
Christina plans to attend a four-year university to study English
and play volleyball.
The Senior-of-the-Month program is sponsored by Johnson's Food
Center and Mount Pulaski Pharmacy. Monthly winners receive $100
savings bonds and are eligible to compete for the $1,000
[Text from file received from
Mount Pulaski High