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Clymer Central School announces Students of the Quarter

December 5, 2014
Westfield Republican

CLYMER - The Clymer Central School District is pleased to announce the "Pirate Pride" Students of the Quarter. During each marking period faculty members nominate students in Grades K-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12, they feel are demonstrating leadership, academic improvement/excellence and service to school or community. "Pirate Pride", the Character Education Committee at CCS reviews the nominations and selects one student from each of the four grade level divisions.

The K-3 Student of the Quarter is Kindergartener, MariBeth Byler. She is the daughter of William Byler. In school, MariBeth likes to play on the playground, gym class and likes to sing in Music class. She also likes to read to someone else and to herself, and doing work on the iPad. Maribeth has earned the "Good Work Award" in gym 2 times and the "Purple Card" in Mrs. Goree's class 33 times!! When not in school, she likes to go to church, sing, and go to eat at the Dutch Village. She enjoys playing with her niece, Kayla Marie, riding in the buggy and playing with the horses. In the future, she hopes to live in Clymer with family.

Karlen Quinn Honey, 5th grader, is the daughter of Mark and Cheryl Honey. Her favorite things to do in school are art club, band and 7/8 Basketball Stats. Community activities are: attending Abbe Reformed Church, Saturday Morning Basketball, flag football and little league. Her hobbies include reading, drawing and sports. Karlen's future plans are in the medical field.

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MariBeth Byler

Dylan Hillyard, 8th grader, is the son of Eric and Jessica Goodrich and Stephen and Alyson Hillyard. At school, Dylan likes homework club and basketball. In his free time he enjoys playing games and playing with his friends. He also enjoys spending time with his family. Dylan would like to attend college after high school so he can do good things in his life.

Jessie Kibbe, 11th grader, is the daughter of Ray and Debbie Kibbe. Jessie is a member of the National Honor Society, SADD, FBLA, Band, Jazz Band, Marching Band, and the Varsity Girls Basketball team. Community activities include helping with 3 community plays, helping with Sunday School, playing in the church band and helping with community service projects. Jessie has been on the honor roll since the 5th grade. She has received the Presidential Community Service Award, CCS Jazz Band Recognition Award, FBLA 1st Basic Decision Making (States), and FBLA 2nd Basic Decision Making (States). In her free time, Jessie enjoys playing sports, joking, playing music, being outdoors, traveling, eating, fishing/hunting, surfing and most importantly playing pranks! After graduation, she would like to attend Penn State Behrend and study Pre-Med, study abroad all around the world and do missions work. She will advance to LECOM to become a doctor. "After I am a doctor for a long time, I might run for President and get this country turned around."



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