Noon Rotary October students of the month
Hudson Noon Rotary Club is proud to honor October Students of the Month Kaitlyn (Katie) Cardell, Kiley Gustafson, Luke Holmberg and Connor Renn for their outstanding contribution to academics, extra-curricular activities and community service.
Kaitlyn (Katie) Cardell is the daughter of Cary and Deb Cardell. She has one sister, Laura Cardell, 19.
She served as the SADD co-president as a junior and is now president in her senior year. She has received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award three times (bronze, silver and silver) and is a varsity letterwinner in softball (grades 9-11, anticipated in 12) and volleyball (11, anticipated in 12). She is a member of the softball and volleyball teams, SADD, Youth Action Hudson and Student Council.
She plans to attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities to study math or engineering.
Kiley Gustafson is the daughter of Jeff and Colleen Gustafson.
"My main high school achievements are maintaining over a 4.0 GPA, being the Class of 2018 vice president and being crowned as a 2018 Hudson Ambassador," Kiley said.
She plans to attend UW-Madison to major in international business and marketing with a minor in German. She hopes to pursue a career in the business field.
Luke Holmberg is the son of Hans Holmberg and Susan Song. His siblings include Lauren Holmberg, 19; Lewis Holmberg, 15; and Lily Holmberg, 11.
Holmberg is a member of the tennis team. He was named Academic All-Conference his junior year and Individual Conference Champion his sophomore year. In football, he received Academic All-Conference honors his junior year. He is also a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, DECA and Badger Boys State.
He is undecided on which college he will attend, but plans to pursue biomedical engineering.
Renn is the son of Tracy Renn and Mike Renn. His siblings include Jaxon, 18; Alyssa, 26; and Alex, 24.
Renn was named Academic All-Conference in cross country, in which he also a letterwinner. He has also participated in Wisconsin State Honors Band Jazz 1, Solo & Ensemble, 4-H and Eagle Scout Troop 168.
He plans to go into computer science in college and a corresponding field for his career.