SAVE Shining Star: Rose Le Posted March 17, 2016 by SAVE Intern


Rose Le Blog Pic 2Our SAVE Shining Star for the month of March is Rose Le of Biloxi, MS! An 11th grader at Biloxi High School, Rose is described by Officer Daisy McCarroll as having a “great personality and always smiling.” She has been a member of the Campus Security Council’s SAVE chapter for the past three years. Along with being the president of her SAVE chapter, Rose also serves as junior class president, a member of student council and is a member of various other organizations such as Beta Club and Rho Kappa.

As president of SAVE, Rose is in charge of planning club meetings and organizing all events. Some of these include Northbay Night Out, a skit about bullying performed for elementary school students, Santa Wears a Badge and National SAVE Day. Rose participates in all club activities, having earned over 20 hours of community service. She does not let her busy schedule get in the way of her academic achievement, however, and is currently ranked 6th in her class. Rose is currently getting things together for her chapter’s DUI re-enactment, Project Impact. Held before prom for juniors and seniors, this event hopes to make students think twice about drinking and driving.

Do you have a SAVE member that shines above the rest? Would you like them to be recognized for their outstanding efforts? Please complete this brief form and share with us why the student should be recognized as a SAVE Shining Star by the National SAVE office. Students honored will receive a SAVE Shining Star Certificate, be publicly recognized for their efforts in the SAVE e-Source, on the SAVE blog and in social media. We will also share their award with local media.