Tatum Gilmore, a Delta High School student, was honored by Mayor Ken Volgamore and the Orchard City Board of Trustees as the January Orchard City Student of the Month. With a GPA of 4.25, Gilmore has received academic letters for the past two years. She was invited to compete at a national level for an American Sign Language solo and human video after earning a superior at regional competition. She earned an excellent rating at nationals.
She has been honored in five Wednesday night classes in her church. Tatum takes part in the Engage Student Ministries youth group. She also volunteers as a kindergarten aide, helps in the children's church and attends girls' only class at her church.
After graduation, Gilmore plans on attending CMU for two years then transferring to the University of Utah to finish getting her degree in early childhood education with a minor in American Sign Language. She plans on becoming a kindergarten teacher.
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