Senior Clayton Huck was recognized as a runner-up for the first ever Southeast Missouri Superintendents Association’s Student of the Year award at an awards banquet on Thursday, April 25.
Ste. Genevieve High School nominated Clayton for this honor, and he was chosen as one of three finalists in the region. Clayton and his parents were in attendance at the banquet. Along with the recognition, Clayton received a $500 scholarship.
“Anyone who knows Clayton would not be surprised that he was the student chosen to represent our school district,” Superintendent Dr. Julie Flieg says. “Not only does he offer his best into everything he does, but he does it with a smile. Clayton constantly strives to be his best self, and that is reflected in the effect that he has had on his classmates and our community. We’re so proud to have Clayton recognized with this honor.”