Pysick named Central student of the month

Austin Pysick

Austin was nominated by Central High School staff and voted as Senior Student of the Month for March. Criteria used for the selection was academic progress, responsibility, school spirit, personal growth and character.
Austin was chosen for the following reasons: “Austin is active in band, trapshooting, FFA, bowling, and baseball. He is an over all great kid to be around. He is a nice person who is always around to give a helping hand.  He helps with the Cologne Lions and Cologne Hollander baseball team. He’s been an important part of our FFA chapter for years now, serving as an important member of our FFA trap shoot, poultry and forestry teams.  He also represented CHS well at the National FFA Convention in 2015.  Furthermore, he’s been a vital component of the Central trap shooting team each spring. He also did a great deal to set up for the play in 2016.”
His plans are to attend the University of Wisconsin River Falls and major in agricultural studies.
Austin’s advice to underclassmen and peers is “to respect the faculty because they not only want to help you, but they want you to become a successful person after you graduate high school and move on to bigger and better things. Also try and get involved in not only the school but in the community as much as you can. The citizens in the local communities look to us as the future of these communities and they want us to leave a positive impact on them for future generations.”
His hobbies and interest include baseball, bowling, trap shooting and playing hockey. He also loves to snowmobile during the winter months, hang out with friends, and enjoy the warm weather during the summer.  Austin’s favorite class at Central is band because he is currently the band president and he likes the fact that there is such a large portion of kids that are involved in band and share the same interest for music as he does.
Austin is the son of Nate and Betsy Pysick.