SHS Students Earn Elks Academic Honors
Sandpoint Elks Lodge No. 1376 announced the Student of the Month for Sandpoint High School for September.
Piper Frank and Colton Moore were selected.
To be selected as Elks Student of the Month, students must meet guidelines for character, citizenship, service, scholarship, and leadership.
The Elks actively seek to reward young people through many different programs including scholarships, hoop shooting tournaments, donation of dictionaries to third graders, drug awareness programs and many more. activities and programs.
Sandpoint Elks Lodge awards thousands of dollars in scholarships and local students have also received an additional amount in state and national Elk scholarships. The Elks are the third largest scholarship award in the county and several students have received significant scholarships from the Elk state and national level.
Daughter of Clint and Molly Frank, Piper Frank is in her final year at Sandpoint High School.
She has participated in varsity soccer throughout her high school career, as well as in her junior year follow-up. She is a dedicated student athlete with a GPA of 4.14. Frank said she hopes to go to college where she can enjoy the outdoors and get away from our tech-based society while pursuing a degree in outdoor education and business.
Son of Chad and Tricia Moore, Colton Moore is a student at Sandpoint High School with a GPA of 4,111.
Colton was editor of the Monticola program or high school yearbook for two years and previously was design editor. He and his team won the Outstanding Visual Concept award at the Pacific Northwest Yearbook, held at Eastern Washington University.
After school, Moore worked as a graphic designer for a local promotional products company, Turner Promotions. He also does freelance graphic design work and enjoys photographing local events and games, such as: the PAFE Summer Gala, the Walk for Hope, and many of Sandpoint High’s sporting and student life events. Colton also volunteered his time last year to produce the Veterans Day video, which replaced the convention usually held in the SHS gymnasium.
After high school, Colton plans to continue his education at a four-year college to study business administration and marketing.