Minooka Community High School Senior Named Rotary Club "Student of the Month" for January
Last updated 1/27/2021 at 4:42pm
Minooka Community High School senior Alaina Frazier, daughter of Jennifer and Brad Frazier of Shorewood, for being named the Channahon-Minooka Rotary Club “Student of the Month” for January.
In the classroom, Alaina maintains a 4.6 grade-point-average (weighted), achieved High Honor Roll all 4 years, and named Student of the Term Junior year for History. Alaina has also participated as President of National Honor Society, Co-Creator of Allies in Diversity, Interact Club, Spanish National Honor Society, Kaleidoscope, TALK Day, History Club, and a member of the Junior and Senior Class Committee. Alaina is also a member of the Spanish National Honor Society and has been a member of Orchesis all 4 years.
Outside the classroom, Alaina was a member of the Diving Team Sophomore year and Dance Team during Freshmen year. Alaina is a volunteer at the Miracle League of Joliet since 2013, a member of Shorewood Junior JUGS since 2019, and Co-Founded the 501c3 Non-Profit Organization, Gifting for Thrifting in 2018.
“I feel that service to my community is important,” Frazier said. “I believe that we owe it to each other to ensure that everyone in our community and the world is able to live their life to the fullest.” Frazier added.
“Students can make a difference at their school and community in many ways, but in my opinion, the most important way to create change and make a difference is to get involved. Whether that be with clubs at school or organizations within the community, becoming involved can not only allow you to make a big difference, but also find other people who are just as passionate as you are.” Frazier said.
Frazier plans to continue her education after graduation in May by majoring in Political Science and minoring in Media Studies or Creative Writing. Her career ambition is to do something with law and politics while still working on screenwriting.