Steamboat’s Tia Audrey Kavanaugh named Rotary Club Student of the Month
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs honored Steamboat Springs High School student Tia Audrey Kavanaugh as Student of the Month for December. In her nomination letter, Tia was described as hardworking, compassionate, kind, open-minded, motivated and loyal. She enjoys working with children who have cognitive and physical disabilities.
“Spending time with kids with cognitive disabilities and helping them achieve things and meet goals that they never thought they could meet is so rewarding and has immensely changed my outlook on life,” Tia said. “I have always been a leader, and I apply my leadership skills to get my class involved in school spirit, showing my support at sports events, leading my class in the construction of our homecoming float and being one of the five class officers.”
Tia’s accomplishments include making the honor roll every semester and being accepted into the National Honor Society. She hopes to study environmental design, interior design or architecture in college, study abroad and eventually earn a master’s degree.
Tia has worked at Salt & Lime and Fringe Boutique selling clothes, and last summer, She worked for Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports.
“Working at STARS has taught me to be more patient and compassionate toward others and has made me a more ambitions person by giving me the understanding that with the right amount of motivation, I can accomplish anything,” Tia said.
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