TKHS Senior Earns KCEA Scholarship Honor

Carley has a long list of activities and organizations she participates and volunteers with both in school and outside of school.  She is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, and TK Service Day Coordinator. She also lists 19 community organizations she has been a part of and volunteered time including United Way, Youth Advisory Council, and Youth Leadership Summit. She has logged more than 500 hours of service and leadership to various organizations.

She has received the United Way Mentor of the Year and was a finalist for the Governor's Volunteer of the Year Award.

TKHS band teacher Ray Rickert introduced Carley at the KCEA banquet. "Her presence is felt all over our school," said Rickert. "The leadership that Carley has lent to our student organizations, the positive impact she has had on student and staff and the inspiration she has provided to all is second to none."