The Beloit Rotary Club has recognized Johnson Moran and William Neupert as Rotary Students of the Week for F.J. Turner High School.
Johnson Moran is the son of Hosze and John Moran.
Johnson has been on high honor roll all four years of high school and has been in National Honor Society for the last three years. Johnson has taken AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Spanish, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP English, AP Statistics, AP Government and Politics, AP US History, AP Psychology and AP Physics. Johnson was a AP Scholar with Distinction last year. Johnson has also been involved in Club PAC, Environmental Club, student council, T Club, National Honor Society, Outdoor Pursuits and Jazz Band.
Johnson has been part of the wrestling team, track team, and cross country all four years of high school.
Outside of school, Johnson is involved in Boy Scouts and has volunteered for the Beloit Public Library and Hoo Haven. He hopes to attend Johns Hopkins University to major in psychology and a pre-med track.
William Neupert is the son of Audrey and David Neupert.
William has achieved high honor roll each year of high school and was inducted into National Honor Society his sophomore year. By the end of this school year, William will have completed five AP classes: AP Calculus AB, AP Government and Politics, AP Literature and Composition, AP Statistics and AP Physics 1.
William stays busy out of class, too. He is the student council president and is a part of the Environmental Club and Science Olympiad team. Additionally, he is the head of the audio/visual team for the school's theater department. William plays percussion in the school's wind ensemble.
William is a runner. In the fall, he is part of the cross country team and in the spring he competes in track and field.
Outside of school, William is a member of the Wisconsin Leadership Seminars Alumni Association and the Janesville Youth Mountain Biking Team. William is a tutor for freshman students and volunteers at various fundraisers throughout the year. When he is not otherwise occupied, William enjoys reading and being with his family.
William is considering studying actuarial science at UW-Eau Claire.