CHS March Students of the Month

Clearwater High School is proud to announce that seniors Rebecca Brewington and Tiffany Williams are March Students of the Month.  Becca is the daughter of Lisa and Richard Brewington.  While in school, Becca has been in FBLA, serving as president her senior year, along with FCA, FCCLA, and Beta all four years of high school.  She was a member of NHS from 10th-12th grades.  Additionally, Becca has been in Art Club, serving as vice president her senior year, and History Club, Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball.  She served on Student Council 10th-12th grades and was secretary her senior year.  Becca plans on attending Three Rivers College or Central Methodist University to obtain her associate’s degree in nursing and her Bachelor’s in Science to be a registered nurse.  She later plans to work in Air Evac or specialize in pediatric oncology.  Tiffany is the daughter of Brad and Jennifer Williams.  In high school, Tiffany has served in FCA, Beta Club, FBLA, and FCCLA all four years of high school.  She has also been a member of NHS from 10th-12th grades.  Tiffany has participated in History Club and Art Club all four years and served as president for one year.  She has been a member of Student Council all 4 years and has served as president her senior year.  She has been a part of the basketball team, serving as manager her senior year, and played volleyball for three years and softball for four years.  Tiffany’s hobbies include hanging out with friends, hunting, swimming, and going on boat rides.  Her future plans are to attend Three Rivers College to earn an associate’s degree and become a paramedic.  She wants to become a chief paramedic for a bigger city like Paducah, Kentucky.

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