Havre High lists students of the month
November 17, 2017
Kaylee Ellingson is one of Havre High School's November students of the month.
The daughter of Heather Ellingson and Jason Binder, along with stepfather Anthony Bonavita, Kaylee, a junior, has two younger brothers, 6-year-old Braydon and 6-month-old David.
Kaylee's school activities include Close Up and Key Club, while outside the classroom she works at the Care Center as a kitchen aid. She loves to be outside, loves fishing, camping, going to the lake, snowboarding, reading, doing math, going on adventures, and going to California to see her nana, papa, and aunt.
Kaylee was nominated by Heather Haney because she "strives to do her best and is not afraid to ask questions." Haney said Kaylee has "proven her character, her loyalty and her kindness many times over. You have a genuinely kind heart, Kaylee, thank you for sharing."
After high school, Kaylee plans to go to college somewhere out of state and major in accounting.
Ryan Stewart is Havre High's other November student of the month.
The son of Michael and Pamela Stewart, Ryan has one older brother, 20-year-old Dylan. Additionally, Ryan said he would like to give a shout-out to his buddy Kaylee Nystrom. He says he could not have received this award without her help.
Ryan's school activities include being a member of the Havre High wrestling team, while outside the classroom he stays busy working at Havre Hardware and Home, hunting, fishing, camping and hanging out with his homies. His hobbies and interests include lifting, eating food, working with rods, and woodworking.
Ryan was nominated by Tyler Kropf because "his attendance is near perfect, and his classroom and lab work is very good." Krop said Ryan "even brings his own tools. That shows me dedication and interest in his studies. I am sure Ryan will do well with whatever path he chooses after high school."
After graduation Ryan plans to attend Montana State University in Bozeman to pursue a degree in criminology, although he is considering other universities where he can continue his wrestling career.