VHS seniors receive scholarships Heather Heine and Collin Prosser were named as the February Vermillion High School Students of the Month.Their successful efforts will be rewarded with a $100 scholarship from First National Bank in Vermillion.
Heine has been involved in an abundance of activities including chorus, Spanish Club, track, basketball, Natural Helpers, and National Honor Society. She was a Homecoming Royalty candidate, Most Improved in track, and a Girls State alternate.
Her faculty endorsement said that "Heather comes into the resource room one period each day to tutor a lower functioning student. She has a lot of patience with him and encourages him to keep trying. She comes up with creative ways to help him learn new skills." Upon graduation, Heine intends to enter nursing school to become an OB nurse. Her parents are Paul and Mary Jane Heine.
"I love having Collin in class � he's passionate about everything; athletics, music, competition and connection making. He's never afraid to share or ask questions," according to Prosser's recommendation. His plans are to attend Wayne State College in Wayne, NE, after high school.
He has been active in football, track, band, choir, basketball, baseball and Show Choir. His football success is demonstrated with his Honorable Mention selections to the Elite 45 and the All-State teams, as well as being an alternate to the State All-Star Games. His parents are Gary and Sheila Prosser.