HomeLocal NewsCalvary Christian announces Seniors of the MonthCalvary Christian announces Seniors of the MonthTue, October 3, 2023 by Deanna FrySHARE NOW Madelyn Trittschuh and Jacob PalmerCalvary Christian School has named its October Seniors of the Month: Madelyn Trittschuh and Jacob Palmer.Name: Madelyn TrittschuhParents: Bobbie and Darrel TrittschuhSchool Activities & Awards: Volleyball, Basketball, NHS, FCA, Key Club, Volleyball 2nd Team All-Star, Volleyball Best Offense AwardIf I were Principal for the day: I would make sure that the cafeteria food is fast food.Favorite School Memory: Being in Mr. Davis’ class.People Who Have Been an Inspiration to Me: My Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Heather Starnes.Lately, I have been reading: The House Across the Lake by Riley SagerMy advice to parents: Teach your kids to have a personal relationship with the Lord.My favorite Scripture verse: Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”What I will be doing after high school: Going to Edison State Community College to be a Veterinary Technician.What I am looking forward to most after high school: Being in an environment I love and being able to work with animals.What I will miss the most: Seeing my best friend Ruby every day. Name: Jacob PalmerParents: Adam and Katie PalmerSchool Activities & Awards: Bellefontaine Police Department/Lee’s Chicken Wall of Fame Award Winner, NHS, YLA 2023-2024, Key Club, Student Government (Service Director), Spartan Group Leader.If I were Principal for the day: I would cancel school or have an extra field day.Favorite School Memory: Playing Oregon Trail in 8th grade and just 8th grade in general because it was a great year!People Who Have Been an Inspiration to Me: My parents, grandparents, Pastor Chuck Temple, Mr. Glink, Mrs. LaBelle, Mrs. Hermiller, Mrs. Wren, and all of my family, friends, and mentors.Lately, I have been reading: EphesiansMy advice to parents: My advice to parents is to love their children unconditionally, and raise them up the way they should go. Be intentional with the limited time you have with them. Instill Godly values and moral principles that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. Let others who come in contact with your family be blessed and inspired to be more like Christ. Be humble and lead by example. I strongly believe that what this world needs is great mothers and fathers who will do everything in their power to protect, provide for, teach, and discipline their children so they can grow up and make an impact.My favorite Scripture verse: Isaiah 40:31, “But those who hope in the Lord shall renew their strength; they will soar high on wings like eagles; they will run and not be weary; they will walk and not grow faint.”What I will be doing after high school: I will be attending Rhodes State College to get my BSN. After that, I will be graduating from Purdue University online to pursue my NP degree.What I am looking forward to most after high school: I am looking forward to getting to meet new people and eventually having a family of my own.What I will miss the most: I will miss my friends and family here at Calvary. I will also miss Mr. Davis’ classes and the random stuff we talk about.