Student Rotarians for the month of May are Kaitlyn Shadoski of Lakeside Lutheran High School and Ethan Lewellin and Ashlyn Primmer of Lake Mills High School.
Shadoski is the daughter of Fred and Debra. She has one younger sister, Jenna.
While in school, Shadoski has been involved with volleyball, basketball and track all four years. She was a captain for all three sports. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Teens for Christ, A Cappella Choir and participates in Operation Go mission trips. She is the salutatorian of her class.
She has helped the community by volunteering her time helping at Twice is Nice Resale Store in Jefferson, caroling at nursing homes, helping with the New Friends events, teaching Easter for Kids, playing piano at her church, and helping out at Warrior basketball and volleyball camps.
In her free time, she enjoys playing sports, hanging out with friends, spending time with family, and playing the piano.
After graduation, Shadoski plans to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee to major in elementary education/special education. She will also play basketball at WLC.
Shadoski says, “I love helping people. I look forward to learning new ways to help others from the Rotary members.”
Lewellin is the son of Jay and Virginia Lewellin.
While in school he has been involved with a variety of sports including baseball, cross country, football and track. Lewellin is in band and has participated in solo and ensemble. He is a member of the Capital conference academic team, French Club, National Honor Society and is a mathlete. He has also been involved with the CamRock Mountain Bike Club, forensics, Linc Crew and Video Game Club. Lewellin has been an officer in numerous clubs.
In his free time Lewellin enjoys trying new things and being in the outdoors. His hobbies include hiking, zip lining and mountain biking.
He helps his community by being a CamRock County Park trail worker, by volunteering at the Polar Plunge in Whitewater for Special Olympics and volunteering at his church Trinity Lutheran.
After high school he plans to attend Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Col. to study mathematics and statistics. He is the Class of 2019 salutatorian.
“I have always enjoyed pushing myself and trying new things. I like the feeling of pushing myself out of my comfort zone which is a big reason I am involved in so much at the school,” he said.
Primmer is the daughter of Don and Rachel Primmer. She has three siblings Jeremy, Kate and Eli.
While in school Primmer has been a part of the musical, volleyball, soccer, jazz band, chamber orchestra, solo and ensemble, Elm Club, math team, French Club, Octagon Club and Battle of the Books, among other activities. She is also an active member of the Rock Lake Troopers 4-H Club.
She helps her community by doing roadside clean up, writing Christmas cards for people in nursing homes, caroling to the elderly, writing Valentine letters to veterans and helping with toy drives.
In her free time Primmer enjoys spending time with family, playing soccer, reading, rock climbing, hiking and playing piano. She also plays five instruments; violin, cello, percussion, piano and clarinet. She teaches gymnastics and refs soccer.
After high school Primmer plans to attend Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Ariz.