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Brocton district names Students of the Month

February 11, 2016
Westfield Republican

The Brocton Central School District has announced its Students of the Month for January.

Katharina Ghent was selected by the Brocton Middle School faculty and staff as Student of the Month for January. Katharina is an eighth grade student at Brocton Middle School. Katharina lives in Fredonia with her mother Martha Ghent.

Katharina participates in band and chorus at school.

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Katharina Ghent

Katharina's academic achievements include Honor Roll and Junior Honor Society. Her favorite subject is science.

Outside of school Katharina likes to do things outside. After graduating, she is interested in going to college and studying welding.

Andy Deakin, science teacher, stated, "Katy is an outstanding student who received the highest average in the class for science during the first quarter. She is a very hard worker who is always prepared for class and turns in assignments on time and very courteous toward her classmates."

Congratulations, Katharina, on your achievement!

Angelina Dohre has been selected by the Brocton High School faculty and staff as Student of the Month for January. Angelina is a Senior at Brocton High School. Angelina lives in Fredonia with her parents Katharina and Dirk Dohre.

Angelina participates in many clubs and activities including Interact Club and Running club. She played Varsity Soccer in the fall. She also participates in band, pit band, stage crew for school musicals and is the editor-in-chief of the Brocton Review school newspaper and co-president for Interact Club.

Angelina's academic achievements include High Honor Roll and National Honor Society. She has been awarded The Part-Time Dean's Scholar Award from JCC, and was the Rotary Student of the Month for Westfield/Mayville.

Angelina's favorite subject is astronomy.

Outside of school Angelina is a member of the Chadwick Bay Buccaneers Drum and Bugle Corps, volunteers and enjoys reading and playing video games.

After graduating she is interested in going to college at SUNY Fredonia for Communications.

English teacher Rose Carr stated, "I have had the pleasure of working with Angelina in two capacities: she was a student in my English 11 and journalism classes last year, and this year she is in my advanced journalism class. For all of these classes, she has maintained high averages. I am adviser to the Brocton Review, the high school's newspaper. At the beginning of this year, I chose Angelina to be the paper's Editor-in-Chief, the highest level a student can hold on the staff, because she exhibits all of the qualities necessary for that position: honesty and integrity, responsibility and dedication. She is an amazing writer, has a great critical eye and is an absolute pleasure to have in class."

Congratulations, Angelina, on your achievement!



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