Hannah Holtorf

Daily Point of Light # 3754 Jun 24, 2008

Hannah is a senior at Olathe East High School and a three-year member of the drill team. She is a very self-motivated and dynamic young lady who inspires everyone that she encounters. She has wonderful work ethics and gives above and beyond the call of duty in participation in my program and her activities at Olathe East. She is very compassionate and has a very open and approachable personality. She has always been flexible and able to explore the most difficult task with incredible responsibility and commitment.

Hannah is dependable in any situation, has a perfect attendance record and takes a great deal of interest in her school. She maintains a GPA of 4.1 while volunteering in numerous capacities. She is actively involved in yearbook staff, Kays Club, Hawk Mentoring and Student Council. She is a member of National Honor Society, president of the Hawk Mentoring Program and a member of Spanish National Honor Society. She also is in pep band and pit orchestra for the musical during the winter season.

Hannah is very involved with her church youth group and takes dance at Dance Excel Dance Studio. She was captain of her junior high dance team and a section leader for band and jazz band. Hannah’s leadership in these activities has given her an incredible opportunity to demonstrate her excellent talents in working with others. Hannah is an extremely motivated, dedicated and loyal person in whatever task she undertakes. Her organizational skills are incredible as she manages to coordinate her scholastic, school and community activities. She sets very high standards for herself and successfully meets the challenges of all of her endeavors. She has tremendous compassion for others and is a wonderful example for her peers to follow.

Hannah provides positive strokes for everyone and has a great understanding of individual differences. She is an inspiration and outstanding leader among the youth of today. She upholds very strong family ideals and is very committed to her responsibilities at home, her community and school.