Active School Life Prepares High School Senior for Next Chapter
/ VP, North Dirksen Branch Manager
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Noah Riedle has taken full advantage of the opportunities Mt. Pulaski High School (MPHS) has to offer. He has been involved in Student Council, Future Farmers of America (FFA), Spanish Club, Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering Program (WYSE), and the golf team. Outside of school, Noah stays just as busy. He is a member of the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 122. At St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, he is also a member of Active Catholic Teens (ACT). Since 2014, he’s worked during the summer for Gro Alliance.
Given his tenacity, it’s no surprise to learn Noah has been named March Senior of the Month at MPHA. He was selected for this honor for his scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
Noah has been tapped for other recognition over the last four years. In 2017-18 he served as the Mt. Pulaski FFA chapter sentinel and is currently serving as treasurer. He obtained his state FFA degree this year. Noah also obtained the rank of Eagle Scout as a member for Troop 122.
Noah plans to attend Lincoln Land Community College and major in law enforcement and justice administration. He plans to transfer to Western Illinois University to complete his degree.
The Senior of the Month Program is sponsored by Conaway Handyman Service and Downing, Przykopanski, Clements, & May Insurance Agency, Inc. Noah is also in the running for the $500 Senior of the Year Award sponsored by INB.