Lewisville Noon Rotary's November "Student of the Month" is Luke Halter.  Luke is the son of Tom & Martha Halter of Lewisville and he started Kindergarten at Parkway Elementary.  Luke attended Hedrick Middle School and Harmon prior to coming to the main LHS campus.
Luke has been a member of the following:
Art Club
Harmon Boat Regatta
Weight Lifting Club
FCA (currently President)
Unified Fit Club
Student Council (4 yrs.)
LHS Varsity Wrestling Team
a. 195 lb. weight class
b. 18-19 District Champion
c. currently #11 in the state
LHS Varsity Football Team
a. 3 yr. starter @ Linebacker(currently Captain)
b. member of Football Leadership Council
c. leading the team in tackles
In other activity, Luke is the head coach of the Girls Jr. Powder Puff Game(Jr.’s beat the Sr’s for the first time ever).
In his out of school activity, Luke attends Lakeland Baptist Church where he's participated in annual mission trips, volunteers with children's church and several community prayer and church invitation.
Luke is a 7 yr. member of the Flower Mound Lacrosse Association.
Academically, Luke attends AP Classes in Biology, Human Geography, US & World History, Government., Economics, Environmental Science, and English Language and composition.  He has passed all AP Tests with 4’s & 5’s and is currently ranked #6 in his graduating class of 1,154 students.  Luke has received the following scholarships:
Baylor - President’s Gold Scholarship-$84,000
Oklahoma University - Award of Excellence- $56,000
Oklahoma State University - Out of State Achievement Award-$52,000
Texas A&M - Eligible for Yearly Scholarship based on SAT Score

Luke has not decided on a college yet but when he does, it will be on one of the scholarships he has received.  Currently, the top 2 school choices are:
a. Baylor – Baylor fan his whole like & both parents attended
b. OU – cost, strong academically, lower faculty to student ratio

Football will be a big part of my college life and both schools have amazing teams.  He plans to major in Kinesiology w/minor in Business or Environmental Science.
As for the future, Luke might like to be a coach, a youth pastor or an orthopedic assistant. He stated recently, “I don’t know exactly what I want to do, but I know that in whatever I do, I need to work with & help people.”
Congratulations to a good kid like Luke Halter for being our Rotary "Student of the Month" for November 2019!
Pictured above from left to right:  Dr. Buddy Bonner, LISD Asst. Superintendent; Martha Halter; Luke Halter, SOTM; Tom Halter; and Dr. Jeffry Kajs, LHS Principal.