Lindsey Call: Rotary Student of the Month at Madison-Plains

Lindsey Call

(Posted Dec. 13, 2022)

The London Rotary Club is pleased to honor senior Lindsey Call as Madison-Plains High School’s December Student of the Month.

Students of the month are selected by school administrators based on their academic and extracurricular achievement and positive character.

Lindsey has a 4.11 grade point average and is ranked fourth in her class. Her favorite course is anatomy and physiology. She is a three-year member of National Honor Society. She has played basketball all four years of high school and is captain of the varsity team this year.

Lindsey has been in FFA throughout high school. As a freshman, she placed fifth in the state in the Greenhand Quiz Bowl. As a junior, she placed 40th in the state in equine judging. That same year, she served as chapter reporter. This year, Lindsey is the chapter president.

When asked to name a Madison-Plains staff member who inspires her, Lindsey chose Molly Niese, anatomy and physiology teacher.

“Miss Niese is my inspiration because she is always encouraging me to think outside of the box and continuously supports my current and future academic endeavors,” Lindsey said.

Regarding Lindsey, Niese said, “In all the years that I have known Lindsey, she has consistently lit up my room with her genuine compassion and curiosity to learn. I believe she is an exemplary student and someone whom her peers can look up to. She truly is a bright light within our district, and knowing she is graduating soon is bittersweet. Bitter because I will miss her perspective within the classroom, but also sweet because I know Lindsey will be out in the world sharing her kindness and her light.”

After graduation, Lindsey plans to attend The Ohio State University or the University of Cincinnati to work on her BSN degree and later continue her education to earn a nurse practitioner degree.

Lindsey is the daughter of Daniel and Rena Call.

The London Rotary Club has a proud history dating back to 1929. It is a member of Rotary International, a volunteer organization of 1.2 million businesses and professional leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian service and help build good will and peace.

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