The Pilot Club of Quitman has selected Jake Johnson as the Student of the Month for November 2018.
Johnson is an eighth-grader at Quitman Junior High, where he is a member of the Builders Club and treasurer of the Student Council. He has participated in UIL Oral Reading for three years, One Act play for two years, Impromptu Speaking for two years and in the beginning band, symphonic band, and high school marching band. In 2018, Jake received first place in One Act Play and recognition in 2017 for the One Act Play. Jake has been the Junior High mascot and received the spirit award for his mascot representation. He is very involved with the church and volunteer activities.
This award recognizes eighth-grade students at Quitman Junior High School who have demonstrated good academics, involvement in the school, and involvement in the community.
Quitman Pilot Club is an all-volunteer group with the stated mission of providing education for the prevention of traumatic brain injury, and offering services to those suffering from brain related disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, stroke, and autism. Bicycle safety, scholarships, Project LifeSaver and Special Olympics are just a few of those efforts so important to the health, safety and quality of life for our community members.