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Havre High lists students of the month


March 16, 2018

Jonathan Klein

John Klein was selected as one of Havre High School's students of the month for February. The son of Tom and Stephannie Klein, John, a junior, has one younger sibling, 14-year-old Riley.

John is a member of pep band and jazz band, the swim team, Leadership High School and the Science Bowl. Outside the classroom, John's activities include Boy Scouting - he's an Eagle Scout - Venturing - he's the president - as well as part-time snow removal and lawn servicing. His hobbies include hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, camping, jet skiing, reading, stargazing and doing math and science just for fun.

John was nominated by Luke Thompson because he "shows up for class each day prepared to give insightful discussion." John is "always positive and very respectful," Thompson said.

Because of how much he enjoys science and math, John wants to pursue a career in particle physics or a chemistry field. He wants to learn for the rest of his life and, when he's not working, hit the trails by day and watch the stars at night, and possibly, just maybe, become the astronaut 8-year-old John wanted to be and colonize Mars in the process.

Madi Shennum was selected as the other February student of the month.

The daughter of Chesa Gasvoda and John Shennum, Madi, a senior, has three younger siblings, 11-year-old Mylee, 13-year-old Chloe and 15-year-old Leyton.

Madison Shennum

Madi is a member of the Havre High cross country and softball teams in addition to her involvement with Key Club, Pep Club, and Student Council. Outside of the classroom, Madi is a receptionist at the Northern Montana Hospital Emergency Room and occasionally babysits. Her hobbies include hanging out with friends and family, hiking, running and kayaking. She also enjoys reading, shopping and going on coffee dates with her friends.

Madi was nominated by both Mandy Nitz and Cory Gunderson. Gunderson said Madi is "hardworking, helpful, works well with others, can lead when necessary, and step back and let others shine." Nitz said Madi is "Pony Pride exemplified!"

After high school, Madi plans to attend Montana State Univeristy in Bozeman in order to study pre-med in hopes of becoming a pediatrician.


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