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Frisco Noon Rotary Honors Seniors (May, 2007)

Rotary Honorees
Kellyn Deaigneault and Logan Conatser
Rotary Honorees
Amber Greenday and Josh Pena

Each month, the Frisco Noon Rotary Club honors outstanding FISD seniors.

On May 10, Rotarians recognized students from both Centennial and Frisco High Schools.

Kellyn Deaigneault is a senior at Centennial High and is the daughter of Thomas and Caryn Daigneault. She has lived in FISD 11 years; while in high school has been involved in National Honor Society and cheerleading, along with participating in track one year and as a student trainer. Her accomplishments include designing the brochure for the Books for Babies program at Centennial Hospital and winning the Heritage Association essay contest. She works at Great Clips and volunteers through her youth group. She plans to attend Hardin-Simmons and major in computer science.

Logan Conatser is a senior at CHS and is the son of Rex and Donna Conatser. He moved here from Plano his sophomore year and is or has been involved in National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society (secretary), Mu Alpha Theta, Interact Club, Environmental Club and Tech Club. He has been an academic award recipient and has received an Academic Recognition Scholarship at the University of Texas at Dallas, where he will major in pre-med to become a radiologist. Logan has worked as a soccer referee for Plano Youth Soccer Association.

Amber Greenday is a senior at Frisco High and is the daughter of Laura Hollenbach. She moved to Frisco ISD her junior year from Flower Mound. She has been involved in National Honor Society, Student Council (energy and environment chair), French Club (historian), National French Honor Society and National Art Honor Society. She works at Toys R Us and volunteers with her church in the Angel program, visiting a senior citizen monthly who does not receive visitors. She will attend the University of North Texas this fall and will major in interior design.

Josh Pena is a senior at FHS and is the son of Paul and Sally Pena. He has been involved in varsity swimming all four years, National Honor Society and is also vice chairman of the Mayor's Youth Council. He is an Academic All-American and plans to attend Centenary or the Naval Academy where he will major in Biology/pre-med, and be a part of the swim team. Josh works as a lifeguard, a swim instructor and team coach and a taekwondo teacher. He also helps certify lifeguards for the city.