From left, Francisco Servian, Jessica Bailin, Elin Dayley and Abigayil Gindiri.

Five Maricopa students were honored by the Maricopa Rotary Club Tuesday with its Students of the Month presentation before Maricopa City Council.

The group included four eighth graders from Maricopa Wells Middle School.

Francisco Servian, son of Rochelle Servian, is on the Decathlon team and After School Club. He is on the baseball, cross country and soccer teams. “He is a high-achieving example of what the staff at Maricopa Wells strives for. He displays leadership skills in his everyday behavior. Making good decisions and showinga high degree of respect for all adults while continually keeping his grades high.”

Jessica Bailin, daughter of Dominic and Rebecca Bailin, is a member of the orchestra, choir and After School Club. “She constantly displays leadership skills in her daily behavior, helping with community affairs, church organization and maintaining a very high GPA.”

Elin Dayley, daughter of Trevor and Shirley Dayley, is involved the After School Club, Orchestra and soccer, where she was the key member to the Maricopa Wells Championship Girls’ Team this year. She does all this while maintaining high-achieving grades in all her subjects.”

Abigayil Gindiri, daughter of Joshua and Shalom Gindiri, is a member of Student Council, orchestra, drama, the After School Club and many community organizations. “She is the president of the National Junior Honor Society, which helped organize two canned-food drives and the Penny Wars competition, and organized the Maricopa Wells Blood Drive, which will take place Jan. 24.”

Also recognized but not in attendance was Maricopa High School senior Briley Hoffman, daughter of Brian and Terrell Hoffman. President of the National Honor Society, she is in Honors English, geometry and biology. She plays violin for the MHS Orchestra, is on the varsity girls’ golf team and has been a community volunteer for many organizations such as the City of Maricopa, Red Cross Blood Drive nad Homecoming Committee, and is active in her church. “She has been beyond invaluable to the National Honor Socieyt. Not only has she organized the largest group of NHS members in the existence of NHS on MHS’s campus, she has done it with grace, humor and a timeliness that is astounding.”

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