The Rotary Club of Mead recognized two students on April 15th for their service, character, leadership, engagement, extracurricular participation, and scholastic achievements.

Levi Strong and Mackailee Longobricco are Seniors who were nominated by Ms. Dalee McIntosh and Ms. Courtney Howe.
Congratulations to Mackailee and Levi for being Mead Rotary Students of the Month!
Levi and Mackailee shared a little bit about themselves during the recognition ceremony that was held at the High School.

Levi Strong

Nominated by: Dalee McIntosh, School Counselor

Here at Mead High School, I have been involved in Boy’s Golf for the last 4 years and Pit Orchestra for the last 2. Outside of school I help volunteer around my previous neighborhood and school as well as helping out at my local golf course. Besides volunteering I have been working at Bella Rosa Golf Course over the summer as part of the maintenance crew. One of the most influential teachers at Mead High would have to be Mrs. Chastain. She gives excellent support to anyone in need as well as great feedback on your work. She makes sure that every one one of her students are prepared for their future after high school. After high school I will be attending Fort Lewis College and will most likely major in engineering.


Mackailee Longobricco

Nominated by: Courtney Howe, School Counselor

Mk Longobricco, a senior at Mead High School, is involved with a variety of activities both in and out of school. She has participated in the school’s Symphonic and Marching Band by playing clarinet and leading as a Drum Major. Mk has played for the girl’s varsity tennis team for all four years as well. She also enjoys taking art and technology classes at Mead. Her favorite thing about Mead is the supportive teachers and the family bond students have with each other. One of the most influential teachers Mk has had the honor of being in class with is, the band director, Mr. Lemons-- he is one of the reasons Mk grew into the leader she is today.

Outside of school, Mk works a job at Chick-Fil-A, has coached multiple tennis lessons to younger kids, and participates in a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the community. Mk will be attending Morningside University this upcoming year to study computer science and graphic design. Mk aspires to become a Video Game Designer/Developer, and hopes to create games that will be inclusive, and have a positive impact on the people who play them. Mk believes that if she can make a difference in at least one person’s life, then everything she has and will accomplish was worth it.”