FPS staff report
April 30, 2013
Joseph Grubbs and Annabel Vernier have been named Students of the Month for April at Carrollton High School where both are seniors.
Son of Rusty and Lisa Grubbs of 8194 Trout Rd., Kensington, Grubbs is a member of the FFA and football team at CHS. He has two sisters, Sam, 22, and Laurel, 25.
His hobbies include pulling tractors, hanging out with his friends and riding four wheelers.
Upon graduation, Grubbs plans to attend Ohio State University’s
Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI) at Wooster and obtain a degree in crop production and management.
When asked what teacher, coach, family member or special friend has influenced him and why, Grubbs replied:
My grandma Sherry. She is always there for me with advice. She helped me strive to be the best I can be.
In offering advice for success in life, he said: Make the most out of every moment you have”.
Miss Vernier is a daughter of Douglas and Christine Vernier of 2121 Aurora Rd., East Rochester and is a member of the basketball and soccer teams, cheerleading squad and yearbook at CHS. Annabel is also a ten-year camp counselor and member of the Junior Fair Board, a 12-year member of Girl Scouts and was chosen as the first Chesapeake Young Leader of Tomorrow.
She has a sister, Katlyn Vernier, 21, a senior at Kent State University, and a brother, Nicholas, 11, a 4th grader.
Upon graduation, Annabel plans to attend The University of Akron and seek a career in early childhood education.
She did not list any hobbies or what teacher, coach, family member or special friend has influenced her and why.
In offering advice for success in life, Annabel said: Come to school!
As Students of the Month, both Grubbs and Vernier become eligible for a $500 scholarship to be awarded by Gateway Royalty at the conclusion of the 2012-13 school year to one boy and one girl.
They Students of the Month for April will have their pictures displayed in the showcase at CHS and will be treated to lunch by Carrollton High School Principal David Davis.