October Student of the Month
Congratulations Jordan!

Jordan is a positive role model for the student body, the faculty of Royalton High School has named Jordan Malikowski, son of Cheryl and Wayne Malikowski their October Student of the Month. He has a sister Emily, 9th grader and a brother Hunter in 5th grade for siblings.Jordan’s favorite class is Accounting II; it is what he would like to go into some day. Jordan does not have one favorite teacher, but if he would have to pick any, it would be Senora Gruber, Mr. Schoenrock and Mr. Coppicus. Jordan’s cross country coach Mr. Michael Marschel says “Jordan is talented and well rounded. He exemplifies what a leader should be. Going the extra mile is what he naturally does. I'm proud to have him as a cross country and track and field captain this year.” His math teacher Mr. Schoenrock says “I first met Jordan when he was looking for a project for his Eagle Scout badge and chose improving the cross country course.  He raised money and got help making benches, signs, and better trails with woodchips and rock clearing... This was in middle school; he has continued to impress me since.  He challenges himself by taking the toughest classes he can.  He has taken all CIS math classes we offer and I teach. He has excelled at all of them.  His character is unparalleled.  If you need him to help with something, it is done before you have a chance to ask.  He sees things and gets them done. Jordan is one of the most Awesome students to go through Royalton.”
Jordan is involved with quite a few of activities, the school’s yearbook, Y.E.S. club, BPA, Drama, One Act play, Spanish club and student council. He participates in cross country, track & field and is he is a manager for the 9-11 grade basketball teams. His favorite memories for high school are cross country and drama, especially the play where he got to kiss his girlfriend in front of the school and the audience went crazy.
He plans on attending Saint Mary’s University MN in Winona for his Accounting degree and to hopefully earn a CPA as well.
Jordan’s advice to freshmen students is to work as little as possible in high school; money is nice but you will remember the memories with your family and friends forever.
He sees himself in 10 years with a steady job and hopefully beginning to start a family of his own.