Putnam County High School Senior Megan Cooper, daughter of Ted and Deborah Cooper, was honored as September Rotary Student of the Month.

Cooper’s academic and extracurricular accomplishments include being on the honor roll, placing in the top 10 percent of her graduating class and having the highest average in World and U.S. History. She is also the State of Georgia Anchor Club president.

Her teacher, Tenna Garland stated: “Megan is very involved in the community with participation in blood drives, volunteer work at PLO, nursing homes and Relay for Life.”

Upon graduation, Cooper plans to attend college and major in biology and wants to become a dentist.

Garland was honored as Rotary Teacher of the month for September. She graduated from the University of Georgia with BS in biochemistry and MED in secondary education. She has taught school for 16 years, of which all have been at Putnam County High School. She teaches chemistry, AP chemistry and physics and also serves as advisor to Delta Kappa Gamma and is a prom sponsor.

Rotarian Alex Falanga presented certificates to both Cooper and Garland, which acknowledged their selection as the Rotary Club Student and Teacher of the Month.

Additionally Falanga stated: “The Rotary Club’s Student and Teacher of the Month is one of the most significant programs our Rotary Club has. This recognition provides an opportunity for the Rotary Club to acknowledge the best students in our communities and a chance to meet our future leaders.”

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