The Bryan Noon Lions Club has selected Colby Jeske as the Student of the Year and awarded him with a $500 scholarship.
Jeske is a 2019 graduate of Rudder High School who was involved in the Future Farmers of America, criminal justice programs and Skills USA. He was nominated for his passion and work in the criminal justice program. Jeske received all A’s in criminal justice during his high school career and is described as highly motivated and an example for other students. The Bryan Noon Lions Club also recognized Jeske’s criminal justice teacher, Bisente Mendez Jr., for being a positive role model for his students and ensuring they are recognized for a job well done.
The Bryan Noon Lions Club has a long-standing tradition of partnering with the Bryan ISD Career and Technical Education Program (CTE). During the school year, Bryan Noon Lions select an outstanding CTE student of the month, based upon teacher’s nominations. Students of the month are recognized at a Bryan Noon Lions Club meeting, along with their teacher. Each student of the month has the opportunity to be selected as the Bryan Noon Lions Club Student of the Year.
Jeske was presented the scholarship by Bryan Noon Lions Club President Wayne Dicky, left.