The Portage County Teen Board has selected Lindsay Motz of Rootstown High School and Kyle Ramsay of Aurora High School as Portage County Teens of the Month for February.
Lindsay is the daughter of Kenneth and Teresa Motz of Rootstown. Ranking first in her class of 106 and carrying a 4.0 grade point average, Lindsay believes a Teen of the Month should be a leader, someone who stands out not only in school but their community.
At Rootstown High School, Lindsay serves as treasurer of her class, a Teen Board member and vice president of National Honor Society. She is active in Student Council, Yearbook, graduation committee, Pre-professional Medical Academy, Youth Safety Council and is team captain for gymnastics.
In her community, Lindsay is active in Youth Ministry, People to People Student Ambassador, and Emergency Room Volunteer, Sports Booster Volunteer and a guest speaker at the Lions Club.
She has been recognized as a champion gymnast, High Academics Award, Whos Who Among American High School Students, has lettered in track and band and has received numerous scholarships.
Lindsays hobbies include gymnastics, coaching, traveling and going to the mall. Upon graduating from Rootstown High School, Lindsay intends to attend college and earn her degree as a physician assistant.
Kyle is the son of Kent and Anne Ramsay of Aurora. Carrying a 4.1 GPA and ranking first in his class of 154, Kyle believes a Teen of the Month should be respectful, hardworking and diligent.
At Aurora High School, Kyle serves as treasurer of Student Council and captain of the basketball and soccer teams.
He is also active in Leadership, baseball, track, Jazz Band, and is a member of National Honor Society.
In his community, he has volunteered as a host for a Turkish student. He has been recognized as a Rotary Club Student of the Month, CVC-All Academic Team, Student of the Year in French, Outstanding Band Student, and has earned varsity letters in soccer, basketball and track.
Kyles hobbies include camping with friends, playing mens softball, caring for his fish, and tailgating before high school football games.
Upon graduation, he plans to attend college and major in business.