March Student of the Month is Brooke Tschida, Congratulations Brooke!

Brooke Tschida, daughter of Beckie and John Tschida, was named the March Student of the Month by the faculty of Royalton High School (RHS).

Brooke has a younger sister in seventh grade, Blair Tschida, and an older sister, Bridget Tschida. Her favorite class is Spanish 4 taught by Mrs.  Lindsey Gruber. Her favorite teacher is hard to pick she says, because so many teachers genuinely care for us, but my top three are Mr. Marty Bratsch, Mrs. Kelcie Neumann, and Mrs. Lindsey Gruber. Mr. Bratsch, Royalton’s Industrial Tech teacher states that “Brooke is an outstanding student. Even though she is involved in a multitude of activities, she seems to be able to excel at all of them. She is one of the most responsible students I have been in contact with in my 30 plus years at Royalton. She has presented at both the state and international level. I am truly grateful for all she has done for our Y.E.S. GROUP and Tech. club. Congratulations Brooke!” Mrs. Kelcie Neumann, Science teacher states that “Throughout my five years at Royalton I have had the pleasure of watching Brooke mature into a passionate, intelligent, caring individual. Brooke went above and beyond this year in Student Council making several new events a success. Brooke is always willing to help out where ever needed including helping underclassmen during her open periods. Brooke is a well rounded, hardworking student who is dedicated to what she does. I am proud to have been Brooke's Teacher and Student Council Adviser”.

Brooke is involved in Y.E.S! Club, Tech Club, National Honors Society, Volleyball, Basketball, a manager for Softball, and Student Council. Brooke does not have one favorite memory of high school but she does enjoy socializing with all of her classmates inside and outside of school, growing very close. 

Brooke plans to double major in Nursing and Spanish, with the hopes of specializing in Pediatric Oncology. She sees herself in ten years, traveling the world, maybe owning a house, but definitely having at least one cat and dog. If she had to give advice to freshmen it would be “Try to get ahead, and once you’re there, stay like that. It is easy to procrastinate and push it off “one more day,” but you will be able to enjoy all the unique experiences without the stress of meeting deadlines. Sometimes, you just feel like you have so many tasks, and that is okay. I promise you, you will get through it as so many of us already have.”