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Chautauqua Lake Central School names Students of the Month

February 18, 2016
Westfield Republican

Students of the Month at Chautauqua Lake Central School, honored for November achievements, are Brianna Dudley, Bethany Hancock, Sara Corwin, Bailey Harris, Cody Triana, and Gary Linger III. 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.

Senior Brianna Dudley is the daughter of Jason and Julie Dudley of Mayville. Anatomy and Physiology is her favorite class this year. As a senior, Brianna is very involved in school activities: she competes on the High School Bowl academic team, is a member of the National Honor Society, writes for the school newspaper, works on the yearbook, and is a member of Language Club. She has been chosen as a Student of the Month every year during high school. The Mayville-Chautauqua Lions Club has named her a Junior Lion of the Month. When asked what historical person she most admires, Brianna chose Rosa Parks "for fighting for what she believed in." After graduation, Brianna plans to attend college to become a physician's assistant.

Bethany Joelle Hancock, daughter of Pamela Johnson-Hancock of Dewittville, is a junior whose favorite classes are English, global studies, chorus and band, where she plays the clarinet. Bethany was active in the French Club as a freshman in Nome, Alaska, where she previously resided. This year she is performing in Bye Bye Birdie. Outside of school, Bethany enjoys spending time with friends, listening to music, playing musical instruments, hiking, biking and photography. She admires military veterans, because "they were courageous and willingly put their lives on the line to fight for us." If she could be another person for a day, Bethany would choose the Canadian singer songwriter Lights, because "she is so poetic when she writes her lyrics and she has an amazing voice. She's a very inspirational person." Bethany plans to attend college to prepare for a career in music therapy.

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Brianna Dudley

Sophomore Sara Corwin, who is the daughter of Rob and Dana Corwin of Mayville, selects chemistry, social studies, and Spanish as her favorite subjects. Sara competes on the varsity soccer and softball teams. She received an honorable mention for varsity soccer as a freshman, and as a sophomore she was named to the All-County Second Team. Outside of school, Sara enjoys playing soccer, working out with her sisters, and spending time with her family. In history, Sara admires Susan B. Anthony because of her work as a women's rights activist. When asked what person she would like to be for a day, she chose professional soccer player Christie Rampone, because "she's a great defender and part of the U.S. National Women's Soccer team." Sara looks forward to attending college and spending a year abroad.

Bailey Harris, a freshman, is the daughter of Jim and Rashannda Harris of Ripley. Math, French, and science are her favorite classes this year. Bailey plays modified soccer and earned a Presidential Award in gym. Outside of school, she likes to play soccer, watch wrestling, and attend her brother's wrestling tournaments. The people she most admires are her parents, because "they support me in everything that I do." The person she would like to be for a day is her mother, because "she does so much for me and helps a lot of other people." After high school, Bailey hopes to attend college to become either a CSI or a nurse.

Eighth grader Cody James Triana is the son of Dan and Jill Triana of Ripley. Gym, math and science are his favorite subjects. In school, he enjoys playing baseball. Outside of school he likes playing sports and training. He admires baseball trail blazer Jackie Robinson. For a day, he would like to be a professional Major League Baseball player because "I could make money enjoying what I do." Cody hopes to become a professional athlete.

Seventh grader Gary Lee Linger III is the son of Heather Wilson of Dewittville and Gary Lee Linger II of Hartfield. English, math, gym, and science are his favorite subjects this year. Outside of school Gary likes football and playing video games. When asked what person in history he most admires, Gary chose stand-up comedian Gabriel Iglesias, because "he inspired me to become a comedian." He looks forward to attending college and would like a career as a comedian.

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



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