Singer names Students of Year

Singer Elementary

Singer High School has named Charleigh Kate Zaunbrecher as their Elementary Student of the Year.

Zaunbrecher is the oldest of three children. She loves to travel and is very active in 4-H, basketball, softball, and soccer. She volunteers her spare time to Saving for Singer, S4 Volunteer Group, and reading to younger students at school.

Three things that are important to Zaunbrecher are her family, education, and being nice to others. After she graduates from high school she would like to attend McNeese State University.

Singer Middle

Alden Jayde Hardwick has been named Singer High School’s 8th Grade Student of the Year.

Hardwick is 13 and an eighth grader at Singer High School. She has two older brothers, an older sister, and a younger brother. They have a great time together doing all sorts of activities with the highlight being their family vacation every year. They all pitch in to work on the family’s watermelon stand every year.

She enjoys riding horses, playing basketball and softball, and spending time with family and friends.
Hardwick plans to attend Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge to become a Federal Game Warden.

Singer High

Monica Leigh Burnett has been named Singer High School’s 12th grade Student of the Year.

Burnett is 17 and a senior at Singer High School. She has attended Singer High School since she enrolled in Kindergarten in 2010. She is a dual enrollment student taking college courses.

She is on Singer’s softball and basketball teams. She is currently in her fifth year since she started playing both in 8th grade. She is on the Track team for three years. She has been a member of Sr. Beta, four years; Student Council, three years; FCA, four years; and FACS, three years. She is the secretary for Sr. Beta.

She is a member of Good Hope Baptist Church where she is part of the youth group. She likes to sketch and paint (mostly canvas and cups) in her free time.

Burnett plans to get her pilot’s license; if not for a career in aviation then for her own benefit. She plans on going to college and getting a bachelor’s degree regardless of whether or not she becomes a pilot.