Kiley Loven is Swanville’s first Junior High Student of the Month

Kiley Loven
Kiley Loven

Swanville High School has chosen freshman Kiley Loven as the September Student of the Month, for grades 7 – 9. She is the daughter of John and Tanya Loven.

Loven stays active in school by participating in a range of activities. She has participated in volleyball since seventh grade. She was a member of the Junior High Girls Basketball program and plans to play for the Lady Bulldogs this winter. She also plays softball, participating since eighth grade with plans to go out again this spring. She has been in the band since fifth grade. Her advice to other students is to “Strive to do your best at everything.”

Outside of school Loven sings in her church choir, participates in youth group and plays JO volleyball. When she is not busy with all these activities. Loven enjoys sports of all kinds, four wheeling and going shopping. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Her future plans are to attend college for photography and graphic design.

“Kiley is a very friendly young lady who comes into class every day with a smile on her face and a positive attitude. Kiley is well liked by everyone because she is kind and friendly to everyone she meets,” said Tom Bzdok social studies teacher. “She sets high academic standards for herself and works hard to achieve them. She is a very mature young lady who never complains, or makes excuses when things do not go as planned. Kiley is the type of student who will make the right decisions in life, and is sure to put a smile on everyone’s face.”

Science teacher Char Bzdok said, “I have had the pleasure of getting to know Kiley the past couple years from coaching and teaching her. In this time, Kiley has displayed many positive attributes. Not only does she have a fun-loving personality, she is a very compassionate young woman. In my classroom, Kiley is a very hard worker and displays very high academic skills. On the volleyball court and the softball field, she is a leader and a very good role model to her peers. Kiley is very deserving of this award.”