Bryce Kral- January 2024


January 2024

Yankton High School junior, Bryce Kral, has been named January Student of the Month by Horizon Health Care and Hot Country 93.1. He was nominated by a teacher at Yankton High School, who wrote, “What truly sets Bryce apart is his genuine kindness and sense of humor. He is always quick to lend a helping hand to his peers and teachers alike, creating a supportive and inclusive environment within our school community. Bryce’s infectious laughter and quick wit have a way of brightening even the toughest days, reminding us all to find joy and humor in every moment.”

Kral is involved in National Honor Society, football, basketball and track and field at Yankton High School.

“He is an exemplary member of our junior class. His commitment to academic success is evident in his consistent participation in class discussions, his diligent completion of assignments, and his eagerness to learn. Bryce’s enthusiasm for learning is infectious, and he never hesitates to ask insightful questions that push the boundaries of our classroom discussions.” The nomination also continued to say, “Beyond his academic achievements, Bryce is a dedicated participant in sports year-round. His involvement in athletics showcases his strong work ethic, discipline, and team spirit”

– YHS Nominator

Kral’s hobbies and interests include participating in sports, being with friends and watching movies. His parents are Jason and Michelle Kral of Yankton. After high school he plans to attend college.

The “Student of the Month” is awarded through a partnership of Horizon Health Care and Hot Country 93.1 in Yankton, South Dakota and recognizes exceptional students in the Yankton School District. Horizon Health Care offers health care and dental services to the cities of Yankton, Elk Point, and Alcester in the Hot Country 93.1 listening area.

Beginning January of 2022 a student of the month is selected each month of the school year. Horizon Health Care selects an outstanding student and awards them with a recognition certificate and a small token, and is recognized on Hot Country 93.1 radio. Officials from Yankton High School nominate students for the award.