The following students were selected by Seneca High School teachers and staff as the November students of the month.
Student of the Month
Taylor Bushman: Taylor is the daughter of Dianne and Rick Bushman, of Seneca. She is a senior year at Seneca High School and plans to attend Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo. She is planning to study biology and pre-dental along with continuing her softball career. Taylor is active in the Student Council as senior vice president, a student ambassador, CIA, FCCLA, Art Club, varsity softball team, Young Philanthropy Group, and a TAGS (Teen Age Group Services) volunteer at OSF St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
Role Model of the Month
Rain Sanburg: Rain is the daughter of Sandy and Neil Sanburg, of Seneca. She is a senior at Seneca High School. Rain plans to pursue a major in physical therapy and minor in dance at a four-year unversity and then attend graduate school. She is active with the dance team, Student Ambassadors, HOSA, GSA, National Honors Society, Art Club, FCCLA and the spring musical. She has two younger sisters: one is a freshman at Seneca High and other is a seventh-grader at Seneca Grade School. She also has four dogs, one cat and a lizard. She is extremely involved in dance and dances year-round at Donna Mueller’s School of Dance. Her favorite color is yellow and she loves to make other people laugh.
Most Improved Student of the Month
Joshua Durbon: Joshua is the son of Tina Durbon, of Seneca. He is a sophomore. He plans to join the Army for three years, including attending college at that time. He would then like to further his education to become a forensics scientist. Joshua’s passion would be to become a musician, as he loves to sing and play the guitar.
Rookie of the Month
Nathan Johnson: Nathan is the son of Laura and Aaron Johnson, of Mazon. He is a freshman and plans to attend college after he graduates to study accounting. Nathan is currently active in FCA, band, soccer and basketball. He would like to say, “Thank you for this recognition. It was an honor for me! I love Seneca and look forward to the next three years.”