HHS honors February students of the month

March 29, 2013 

Harrisonville High School has recently announced the Students of the Month for February. Seniors Mitchell Haug and Amanda Doerhoff were selected by the faculty to receive this honor.

Haug is the son of Lyle and Janet Haug.

His school activities include baseball. He is a captain of the Wildcat baseball team and his summer baseball team.

His hobbies include playing baseball and video games and spending time with his family and friends.

After high school, Haug plans to attend Pittsburgh State University to major in accounting and play baseball.

Amanda Doerhoff is the daughter of David and Kristen Doerhoff and Rachelle and Bob Salmons.

Her school activities include symphonic and jazz band, student council, National Honor Society and freshman mentoring. She is the executive vice president of student council and an A+ tutor.

Outside of school, she works at Heritage Preschool and leads a Bible study at her church.

She enjoys taking pictures, hanging out with her best friend, playing softball, spending time with family, going to church, watching sunsets and appreciating God’s work, loving cats and listening to music.

Doerhoff plans to go on a 40-day mission trip to Ecuador following graduation. She will then attend Mid-America Nazarene University to double major in psychology and either Christian ministries or intercultural studies.

The HHS students of the month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship and academics

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