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CLCS announces May Students of the Month

July 10, 2014
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

Students of the Month at Chautauqua Lake Central School, honored for May achievements, are Callie Girdlestone, Laiken Biekert, Brianna Dudley, Nathan Hammond, Sebastian Hardenburg, and Teddi Hayes. The student recognition program honors students in grades 7 through 12 whose classroom performance, attitude toward learning, work ethic and extra-curricular activities set them apart.

Graduating senior Callie Morgan Girdlestone is the daughter of K'Lynn McDonnell and Jerry Nichols of Dewittville. Health is Callie's favorite subject. She enjoys reading, band, and music. She also plays mellophone in the Chadwick Bay Buccaneers Drum and Bugle Corps of Dunkirk. She will attend Jamestown Community College to pursue a nursing degree. When asked what person in history she admires, Callie mentioned "women's rights people, because I wouldn't have the education I have today" if it were not for their efforts. If she could be another person for one day, Callie would choose her mother, "so I can see what she goes through every day and be more thankful of her."

Laiken Renee Biekert, daughter of Traci Raynor of Dewittville, is a rising senior who says math is her favorite class. Laiken participates in National Honor Society, Student Administration, Sources of Strength and the school mentoring program, and she is a Peer Educator. Outside of school she works at the St. Elmo in Chautauqua Institution. After high school, she would like to study nursing at Jamestown Community College. Laiken also admires leaders of the women's rights movement, because "without them I wouldn't have the great opportunities (education and employment) that I have today." If she could be another person for a day, Laiken would choose her son, because "he has no worries, no stresses and gets taken care of. It would be nice to get to just play all day."

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Callie Girdleston

Brianna Nicole Dudley, who is the daughter of Jason and Julie Dudley of Mayville, just completed her sophomore year. She selects Global Studies, math, and Spanish as her favorite subjects. Brianna enjoys reading and cheerleading; outside of school she participates in All-Star Cheerleading. She looks forward to attending college.

Nathan Donald Hammond is the son of Tim and Tracy Hammond of Mayville. Nathan just completed his freshman year. He enjoyed his Global Studies and Sports Marketing classes. He loves sports, especially basketball. Outside of school, he participates in Babe Ruth baseball and summer league basketball. After high school, Nathan plans on studying sports marketing at a four-year college. Nathan admires Magic Johnson, because "he overcame very hard times in his life." If he could be another person for a day, he would choose Kevin Durant, "so I would have a lot of money and could play basketball all day."

Sebastian Ryan Hardenburg, who recently graduated from eighth grade, is the son of Rusty and Gina Hardenburg of Mayville and Tammy Kent of Millcreek, Pennsylvania. Technology is his favorite subject. Sebastian enjoys playing soccer and track. Outside of school, he enjoys fishing, biking, and riding his four wheeler and his snowmobile. After high school, he would like to join the Navy. When asked whom he admires, he replied, "John F. Kennedy, because he changed the Civil Rights movement and the world."

Teddi Elizabeth Hayes is the daughter of Martha Wheeler of Ripley and Russell Hayes of Sherman. She just completed seventh grade. Her favorite classes are math and science. Teddi plays basketball and runs cross country; she also plays the saxophone. Outside of school she enjoys hanging out with her friends and sleeping. After high school she would like to go to college to become a dentist. Teddi admires her mother, "because she never gives up and she's so hard working." When asked who she would like to be for a day, Teddi said, "I would probably be my mom, because she says her life is harder than mine, so I want to prove her wrong."

Teachers Amy Redman and Tara Reyda coordinate the Student of the Month recognition program in the secondary school.

 
 
 

 

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