GCHS Students of the Month – January
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Anna Scherer and David Bentley have been named Grand County High School’s Students of the Month for January.

Scherer, a senior, is the daughter of Mike Scherer and Cassie Paup.

She is the president of the GCHS Earth Club and has helped organize cleanup activities and recycling days at the school.

Scherer has been active in many community service projects with the National Honor Society, including handing out water at the water station for the Canyonlands Half Marathon and serving food at the pasta dinner. She also serves as a mentor for young children at the Amigos Club program.

She is Grand County’s Sterling Scholar nominee in Foreign Language, a member of FCCLA, a debate team captain, and member of the National Honor Society.

Outside of school Scherer works at Canyonlands Natural History Association.

After graduation Scherer hopes to attend college at either Northern Arizona University, Colorado University at Boulder or the University of Utah, where she will major in Spanish. 

Bentley, also a senior, is the son of Scott and Leticia Bentley.

This year, Bentley has also taken classes through USU Extension.

Bentley participates in the Amigos Club program, where he helps mentor underprivileged children and keeps track of all the mentors. 

Bentley has been involved in football all four years of high school, track and field for three years, and wrestling for two years. This year, he was named to The Salt Lake Tribune first team all-state in football and the Deseret News all-state second team. 

Outside of school Bentley works at the Moab Recreation and Aquatics Center.

After graduation Bentley plans to attend college and study athletic training.

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