Rotary of the Month October 2020

Seniors Makailey Rosales and Corbin Rosales were selected by the CHS faculty as the October Rotary Students of the Month.  (Photo courtesy of Diana Dobbins, CHS Principal)

Congratulations to the CHS Rotary Students for October Corbin Rosales and Makailey Rosales. 

Corbin is the son of Silver and Debbie Rosales.  While at Coleman High, Corbin has been a member of the National Honor Society, FFA, Spanish Club and Theater.  He also competed in the TACS Academic Challenge qualifying for State his Junior year.  Corbin is active in the Bluecat Athletic program participating in football, basketball, baseball and track playing on many Varsity teams since his Freshman year.  Corbin has enjoyed being a Supportive Peer during his Senior year.

Outside of school Corbin is very active with the Coleman First Baptist Church helping with VBS as the Activities coordinator and assisting with the annual garage sale.  In addition, he has helped with numerous CISD Foundation functions including the Hall of Honor banquet and school supply drive.  Corbin has also refereed soccer games for the Coleman Youth Association.

After graduation Corbin plans to attend TSTC in Abilene to receive an associates degree in electrical power and controls.  After becoming a Master Electrician, Corbin would like to own his own business.

Makailey Rosales is the daughter of Ruben and Jacque Rosales.  During high school Makailey has participated in numerous organizations including UIL Academics where she has qualified for both the Regional and State level placing 5th at State Copy Editing contest.  She also qualified for State her Junior year in the TACS Academic Challenge.  Makailey is also a member of the Coleman FFA, FBLA, and National Honor Society.  She has been in theater, Spanish club and the Supportive peer program.  As part of the Coleman athletic program Makailey participated in Cross Country, Basketball, Tennis and Golf as well as being a Student Athletic trainer for the past 2 years.

Makailey's community service events have included such activities as CAMP Rehab, Trick or Treat for Rehab and the West Texas Rehab auction, working for the Summer Library program,  and various other ACE events including fun runs, food pantry and community gardens.  She is also active in the school's Make a Difference organization helping with Hurricane Harvey relief and Bluecat Locker Donations.

After graduation Makailey plans to attend Angelo State University as a Pre-Med student.  Upon graduation from ASU, she plans to obtain her Doctorate at Texas Tech University Health Science Center where she will continue to pursue a career in the medical field.