October Parker Rotary Student of the Month

Parker's Rotary October Student of the Month
Posted on 10/06/2020
Grace Liberati is our Parker Rotary student of the month for October!  She has been an active participant in National English Honor Society, National Honor Society, Student Council, Link Crew, PHS Activities Cabinet, PHS Athletic Council and in DECA where she has led and/or played an integral role in many of the PHS activities over the last three years.  Grace has also been competing in Varsity Tennis throughout high school.  She has a passion to help and serve others, she always works to improve and takes pride in her work.  Grace has volunteered in the community for several years through her church, and she has also been working for her parents local restaurant throughout high school.

She has an admirable attention to detail, maturity and work ethic that is rare.  While always working to serve others and participate in many school activities, she has also maintained an impressive academic workload throughout high school and currently serves as President for DECA.
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