• 50°

Senior Spotlight — Emma Claire Lingerfelt

MADISON – Emma Claire Lingerfelt is a senior at James Clemens High School.

“Senior year was the best year even though it was cut short. My favorite memory was beating Bob Jones for the second year in a row! I love my high school and wouldn’t have traded for anything,” she said.

Science and health classes are Lingerfelt’s choice of study. “I was blessed to have been part of the Health Science internship at James Clemens in the fall. We learned about the human body and went to local hospitals and clinics during our clinicals and participated in some basic procedures,” she said.

“I enjoy learning about the human body and its structures and functions. (This study) allows me to live a healthier lifestyle, and truly it is just amazing how humans are made,” Lingerfelt said.

Lingerfelt maintained an unweighted GPA of 4.0 and weighted GPA of 4.3. She devoted time to Health Occupation Student Association or HOSA, affiliated with the Health Science Department. She pursued dual enrollment with Calhoun Community College’s EMT program, which involved clinicals in an ambulance, a firetruck and in emergency rooms.

She also was a member of National Honor Society and Student Ambassadors. “I did a mentoring program through Mill Creek Elementary School and had the opportunity to mentor the sweetest little girl,” Lingerfelt said.

Her parents are Larry and Kara Lingerfelt. Emma’s 23-year-old sister, Hannah Lingerfelt, teaches first-graders at Mill Creek.

Emma plans to major in nursing at Auburn University and possibly pursuing a minor in law. “After Auburn, I plan to further my degree and become a nurse practitioner or possibly a physician,” she said.

Madison

Nominate now for 2021 Madison Beautification Awards

Madison

Madison woman, four others, indicted for capital murder in Hartselle shooting death

Madison

Trash Pandas’ ‘A to Z Guide’ answers 100s of questions

Business Today

Trash Pandas’ President and CEO Ralph Nelson Resigns- Probable Move To Maryland

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – April 21, 2021

Madison

Nick Samaras earns Eagle Scout rank with signage project at Madison elementary

Madison

Welcome, back! Members return to Madison Senior Center

Harvest

Hogan Family YMCA can boost children’s summer lifestyle, offers $0 join fee

James Clemens High School

Instrumentalists can improve talent at Madison Music Camp

Madison

Madison City Council members to hold town hall meeting Thursday, April 22

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Cotton Row Run Moved To Labor Day From Traditional Memorial Day Date

James Clemens High School

Alabama Consortium for Technology in Education awards James Clemens

Huntsville

Alex Cole earns Eagle Scout rank with school beautification project

Huntsville

‘Into the Woods Jr.’ to unfold on Madison Academy campus

LIFESTYLES -- FEATURE SPOT

What’s the significance of red poppies? American Legion has answers.

James Clemens High School

Massachusetts Institute of Technology selects Yewon Lee for institute

Madison

Elementary students excel in play at State Scholastic Chess Championship

Harvest

Groups can apply for Master Gardeners grant for horticulture projects

James Clemens High School

Madison teens’ yearlong practice culminates in 2021 State Scholastic Chess Championship

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Alabama State Games Offer Academic Scholarships

Bob Jones High School

Exploravision regional win goes to James Clemens

Bob Jones High School

Alabama State Games To Offer Academic Scholarships During Opening Ceremony

James Clemens High School

James Clemens shows its tech savvy in Science Olympiad

James Clemens High School

James Clemens Jets Press rates first at All American High School Film Festival

x