The Little Falls Exchange Club has selected Little Falls Community High School (LFCHS) student Levi Hoffman as the May Boy of the Month. He is the son of Doug Hoffman of Little Falls.
Hoffman is a very busy student, according to one of his teachers, Michael Huck.
“As a senior, Levi became very busy. He joined the Personal Finance Team, DECA, and Knowledge Bowl — all on top of his other activities. During this Knowledge Bowl season, his team took second place at our conference meet,” said Huck. Hoffman also took second place at the state’s Personal Finance Team Challenge this spring.
Hoffman has been very active not only in school, but in his community. Some of his school activities include football, wrestling, track and cross country. He made state appearances for his efforts in wrestling and track. In addition to all of these accomplishments he is a member of the Honor Society and has earned a 3.857 grade point average.
Hoffman has also given of his time to the Chamber’s Arts and Crafts Fair, the Senior Center and Humane Society.
“Levi is a great role model for us all,” said Huck.
Teacher Debra Yliniemi-Ahlin summed up Hoffman’s selection as Boy of the Month, when she said, “I have interacted with many students in my teaching career but few of these students have displayed the level of curiosity, enthusiasm and overall excitement for science that Levi has. He is extremely hard working; he works well independently and only seeks help once he has exhausted his own abilities. Levi is a well-rounded young man that has a great future ahead of him.”
When not busy at school, Hoffman likes to bike, go hunting, camping and work on his physical strength by lifting weights. This fall he will attend University of North Dakota and work toward a career in health or veterinarian care.