Deanna Irvin and Terrance Farnsworth are Grand County High School’s students of the month for April.
Irvin, a junior, is the daughter of Ron Irvin and Mary Walker-Irvin. Her favorite classes are French and jewelry. She has been involved in various activities at GCHS, including National Honor Society, tennis, debate, band, drama, Quiz Bowl, Envirothon, Earth Club, HOPE Club, Science Club, Art Club, and Amigos Club. Outside of school Irvin has volunteered for Relay for Life and for the Moab Multicultural Center. She is also active in church activities and has worked as a vehicle washer at Canyonlands Jeep Association.
Farnsworth, a junior, is the son of Jimmy and Layna Farnsworth. His favorite classes are seminary, wood shop, and band.
Farnsworth is active in Scouting and is currently working toward putting his Eagle project together. At school, Farnsworth has been involved in the school play, marching band, state solo and ensemble, and wood shop competitions. He has maintained a 4.0 grade point average throughout high school and is a member of the National Honor Society.