Sam Gregory Honored as Chamber Student of the Month
On Tuesday, April 16, Law Enforcement’s Samuel P. Gregory was honored as the Crestwood-Sunset Hills Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month. Instructor Sue Gibbons nominated Sam, a senior from Lafayette High School, because “he is an amazing leader and teammate. He is an exceptional role model for both juniors and seniors in our law enforcement family.” Gibbons also said Sam frequently exceeds the expectations of her program, inspiring his fellow classmates to strive for excellence.
Gregory boasts a lengthy list of accomplishments and volunteer work and is a dedicated member of AFJROTC at Lafayette. Sam will be attending the University of Missouri at St. Louis to begin his undergraduate and then graduate studies in Political Science with a focus on Public Administration.
A sampling of Sam’s efforts to better his community through volunteerism, his South Tech and academic awards, and his AFJROTC accomplishments are listed below. We have greatly enjoyed Sam as a student and mentor and wish him the greatest success as he leaves us to pursue his degrees and career.
Organizations at which Gregory has served as a volunteer: Operation Clean Stream, Salvation Army, Sunshine Mission, Appalachia Service Project, St. Louis County Library, Habitat for Humanity, High School Band, Special Olympics, Toys for Tots, Backstoppers, Missouri Peace Officers Association, and Youth Group student leader.
South Tech and Academic Achievements: Perfect Attendance Award, Professionalism Award, Platinum Workkeys Score, A+ Program, Renaissance Club, Lafayette Scholar Athlete Award, South Tech Law Enforcement Student Lieutenant, Presidential Academic Achievement Award, SkillsUSA District First Place, SkillsUSA State First & Fourth Place.
In AFJROTC, Gregory has participated in Drill Team and earned the following Ribbons: Academic, Color Guard, Good Conduct, Service, Health and Wellness, Activities, Dress and Appearance, and Longevity.