Randall in the RCHS Senior Spotlight for November

The Reed-Custer High School Senior Spotlight winner for the month of November is Zach Randall. Zach is the son of James and Armanda Randall.

During his high school career, Zach was involved in Football, Wrestling, Band, Honors Combo, Jazz Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, Musical Pit, ICE Jazz Band, Choir, ICE Choir, Chorale, Solo and Ensemble, Fall Plays, Spring Musicals, and Madrigals. He was also in the National Honor Society, SSA, the Broadway Revue, Thespians and ILMEA. Finally, he participated in the ICE Leadership Conference, was in POPS, was a Student of the Month, an IT intern, and was on the High Honor Roll.

His future plans are to go to college, pursue an engineering degree and hopefully become an engineer in the future.

Here are a few thoughts from Zach’s teachers:

Mrs. Leveille remembers Zach as “a freshman in our split ‘Covid days’ Honors Biology class. He was quiet in class, but WOW….can he sing! I was blown away by his talents when he performed in the fall play and spring musicals!!! He got better and better in class with his academics and leadership abilities. He is a polite and caring individual that has a bright future ahead of him, whatever path he decides to take!”

Mrs. Meyr believes that Zach “is and has always been a very bright, conscientious student. He takes pride in his work and works hard in everything that he does. I’ve known Zach since first grade, and I am so excited to see where his future takes him.”

Mrs. Dennis thinks that Zach is “a fantastic musician, athlete, scholar, and person! He is an outstanding musician, but he is humble and kind. Great sense of humor, work ethic, and POET!”

Mr. Mangan says that Zach is “incredibly deserving of this honor! He’s such a well-rounded kid. He’s intelligent, extremely talented, kind, and welcoming to others. He works hard and makes whatever he does a better place to be for everyone.”

Mr. Wolf acknowledges that Zach is “a special young man who cares about others and gives his all in everything that he does.”

Ms. Soto appreciates that Zach is “a respectful young man who always goes above and beyond in all that he does. I loved having him as a leader in the classroom!”

Mr. Johnston thinks that Zach is “such a joy to be around. He is polite, respectful, and responsible. Zach is a great role model as he is in multiple after school activities and is able to balance school and extra curriculars perfectly. Can’t wait to see what he does in his future.”

Mr. Gleixner says that Zach is “a great young man who leads by example. He is well rounded and is a model for younger Comets. He is always smiling and makes Reed-Custer a better place.”

Ms. Mountain believes that Zach is “a great student to have in class. He is a hard worker and always has an interest in learning more!” Mr. Randall jokes that he “has known Zach for his entire life. He’s like a son to me!”.

Mr. Graham thinks that Zach is “a great kid and a very genuine person.”

Mrs. Lee acknowledges that Zach is “a very dedicated, hard-working student! He is extremely kind, always has a smile on his face, and is always willing to help out. He is a great role model and will continue to be successful after high school!”

Mr. Newsom says that Zach is “a great kid. A very nice young man. Mature, respectful, genuine, and kind.”

As a final thought, Zach’s advice to younger students is, “Take advantage of the extracurriculars offered at Reed-Custer and enjoy every moment in high school because, before you know it, you’ll be a senior.”

On behalf of the teachers and staff at RCHS, congratulations to Zach Randall as the November winner of the Senior Spotlight.