BROOKINGS – Brookings High School seniors Katie Osbeck and Cynthia Campbell were honored as the Brookings Rotary Club’s January Students of the Month.
Osbeck is the daughter of Joel and Missy Osbeck of Brookings. Some of her in-school activities have included volleyball, track, choir, cross country and FCCLA. Outside of school, she is involved with her church student leadership team and worship team. Her honors and offices have included National Honor Society and Honor Roll.
Osbeck plans to attend Indiana Wesleyan University to pursue a degree in mathematics education.
Campbell is the daughter of Dan and Kathleen Campbell of Aurora. Some of her in-school activities have included National Honor Society, student government, Multi-Cultural Club, Health Occupation Students of America, Spanish Club, basketball, track, cross country, choir and band. Outside of school, she has been involved with American Legion Auxiliary Juniors, We Are Healers, Center for Native American Youth at Aspen Institute, Girl’s State, and National Native American Youth initiative. Her honors and offices have included various offices in American Legion Auxiliary Jrs., student government, Most Inspirational JV Athlete, Athletic Scholar Academic Excellence and Music Scholar Award.
Campbell plans to pursue a degree in physical therapy.
Each month during the school year, the Brookings Rotary Club recognizes two students who excel in exhibiting their motto “Service Above Self” and fulfill the ideals of the Four-Way Test: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?