McLoud's Jordan Collier is a model student and is an outstanding peer role model.

For those reasons, she is one of the two students selected as The Shawnee News-Star and Patriot Auto Group Students of the Month for November and is now a finalist to win a car.

“It's a big honor that Ms. Hockenbury would think of me,” Collier said.

Collier is very active in aiding younger students with their studies. She mentors elementary students in various reading programs. She also is a football manager and an office aide.

“I have always wanted to be a teacher and last year I decided I wanted to be a speech pathologist,” Collier said. “I thought being a reading mentor would help me with my goals. I have since changed my goals but I still love working with kids.”

Jordan is an active volunteer in the school and community. She participates in numerous blood drives in our area and has received an honor cord from the Oklahoma Blood Institute. She volunteers at several blood drives and helps organize two at McLoud High School each year.

Jordan is responsible for organizing an event for student council to take Easter baskets to the nursing home in McLoud.

While finishing up her high school career, Collier is currently taking classes at Rose State College.

After high school, Collier plans to pursue a degree in physical therapy with the hopes of attending The University of Oklahoma.

Collier currently maintains a 4.0 GPA.