Reno High School student named Class Act Award Winner for October

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There's a senior at Reno High School who has made multi-tasking a way of life and this month she is News Four's Class Act Award winner!

This week evening anchor Shelby Sheehan surprised senior Lisa Le at school with our award.

Lisa is the battalion commander of J-ROTC at Reno High School.

She supervises 181 fellow students, leading the drill team which will compete in Los Angeles this winter, performing in more than 100 color guards in the community and spending countless hours doing community service.

Her master sergeant says throughout her 4 years in the program she gone out of her way to help others both inside and outside school.

She tutors others, and that's a good thing because Lisa has maintained a 4.9 grade point average and hopes to be accepted to a pre-med program next year.

She says the key to her success with all these activities is time management and never going to sleep before everything is done!

Congratulations to Lisa Le, this month's Class Act Award winner.

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