PHOTO CAPTION: From L to R, Brandon Eggleston Principal, Tulsi Nursariwala, Maddie Campbell, Emma Willerton, and Annette and Bob Goodall.
Real Proud Recognizes Three Joplin High Students
Bank of Little Rock Mortgage recognized three Joplin High School students on Friday, Sept. 16, during the Eagles football game.
The students were honored as a part of the Real Proud of Real Eagles program, sponsored by Bank of Little Rock Mortgage. The program recognizes hard-working students who are actively involved in their community and extracurricular activities. The students honored were seniors Tulsi Nursariwala and Maddie Campbell and junior Emma Willerton, at Joplin High School.
Tulsi Nursariwala was nominated by Kelly Pyle. She is the president of the Future Business Leaders of America, vice president of National Honor Society, and a member of the National English Honor Society, DECA, Peer Buddies, STUCO and Key Club. Recently, Tulsi placed first in hospitality and management in an FBLA competition. She plans to attend the University of Texas at Austin where she will major in business. Her proud parents are Ajit and Sefale Nursariwala.
Maddie Campbell also was nominated by Kelly Pyle. She recently attended Girls State and is a Fusion intern, the senior class president and co-captain of the varsity volleyball team. She also is a member of FBLA, DECA, STUCO, National Honor Society and National English Honor Society. Maddie volunteers in the community through YoungLife, and she plans to attend Missouri Southern State University to study pre-med. Maddie is the daughter of proud parents Derik and Melinda Campbell.
Emma Willerton was nominated by Christina Leonard. Emma participates in color guard, band, National Honor Society and National English Honor Society. She recently earned a silver award in Girl Scouts and is a section leader for color guard. She also serves her community by interning at Crosslines Ministries and through the Girl Scouts. Emma is the daughter of proud mom, Rikki Smith.
During the presentation, Bob and Annette Goodall, with Bank of Little Rock Mortgage, presented each student with an award plaque. They also presented Joplin High School with a check for $300 in the names of each student. During this school year, Bank of Little Rock Mortgage will contribute $100 for each student honored, culminating in $1,200 this year.