2011-03-31 / Local & State

FR Students Of The Month


Trenton Romig Trenton Romig Trenton Romig, a ninthgrade student at Forbes Road High School has been named Junior High Student of the Month for April by the high school faculty. Students are selected by their teachers based on attendance, grades, citizenship and being a positive leader in the classroom.

Trenton is a member of the soccer and baseball teams. He is involved in 4-H and showed his first hog at the Fulton County Fair last year. Trenton’s favorite class is tech ed. His teacher, Mr. Bosley, says, “Trenton truly gives his full 100 percent into all tasks asked of him. Such work ethic is hard to find.”

Trenton’s parents are Rex and Chris Romig, and he has four siblings. In his spare time, he enjoys milking and helping his Pap with carpentry. His plans for the future are to work for Hammond’s Hauling.

Jessica Jenkins, a sophomore at Forbes Road High School, has been named Senior High Student of the Month for April by the high school faculty. Students are selected by their teachers based on attendance, grades, citizenship and being a positive leader in the classroom.


Jessica Jenkins Jessica Jenkins Jessica is a member of FBLA, FCCLA, TATU, SADD and yearbook. She is also a member of the softball team as well. She is enrolled in the academic curriculum and says that English is her favorite class. Her teacher, Mrs. Beckner, says, “Jess is a conscientious student who is always willing to help. Her inquisitive nature and attention to detail make her an exceptional student. I really enjoy having her in class.”

Jessica’s parents are Larry and Connie Duvall and she has three sisters. In her spare time she enjoys hanging out with her friends. Her plans for the future are to attend college.

When a student is named Student of the Month by the faculty, it is in recognition of a promising young person who shows strength and character in their daily school life. Jessica and Trenton have impressed her teachers as being a good example of these students.

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