Rotary Club picks neighborhood 'handyman'

Lutheran senior Ness selected as February Student of the Month

Posted 2/15/17

The Rotary Club of Parker honored Daniel Ness as its February Student of the Month from Lutheran High School.

Ness maintains a 4.31 grade-point-average and is ranked 13th in his class of 108 students. He is vice president of the National Honor …

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Rotary Club picks neighborhood 'handyman'

Lutheran senior Ness selected as February Student of the Month

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The Rotary Club of Parker honored Daniel Ness as its February Student of the Month from Lutheran High School.

Ness maintains a 4.31 grade-point-average and is ranked 13th in his class of 108 students. He is vice president of the National Honor Society, a Student Council class officer, an AP Scholar and has also lettered academically every year in high school. He is a member of Lions for Life, March for Life and Chick-fil-A Leader Academy.

Ness received Most Valuable Player awards at various positions in football and lacrosse and was also captain of both teams. He plans to try out for the track and field squad in the spring.

Despite a busy academic and athletic schedule, Ness still finds time for community service. He participated twice in the "Paint Parker" mural program, performed technological productions for Lutheran's graduation ceremonies and is the “neighborhood handyman.” He also recently returned from a mission trip to Lesotho, Africa.

Ness has been accepted at North Dakota State, Montana State and Kansas University, and plans on studying architecture and pursuing a master's degree in the field.

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