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CLCS announces Students of the Month for January

March 17, 2016
Westfield Republican

Students of the Month at Chautauqua Lake Central School, honored for January achievements, are Samantha Herrington, Maximillian McKee, Joshua Janicki, Alicia Cannon, Peyton D'Anthony and Kaitlyn Herrick. 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 Samantha Nicole Herrington is the daughter of Tammy and Charlie Herrington of Ashville. Nursing and health are her favorite classes this year. As a senior, Samantha is actively involved on the yearbook staff, and she recently performed in the school musical, Bye Bye Birdie. Outside of school, she enjoys snowmobiling, drawing and going for walks with her dog. She has earned recognition on the honor roll, and in Spring 2015 she was inducted as a member of the Career & Technical Honor Society. Samantha looks forward to attending college.

Maximillian McKee, son of Lisa Gierszal of Chautauqua, is a junior who says physics, Principles of Engineering, and pre-calculus are his favorite subjects. Since his freshman year, Max has competed on both the High School Bowl academic team and in the Science Olympiad. Since his sophomore year, he has participated in Spanish Club, peer mentoring and peer tutoring. This year he has been active in the Impact Fellowship. Since eighth grade, Max has also been responsible for coordinating the lighting for the school musicals. Outside of school, he is active in the Chautauqua Lake Rowing Association. He also plays piano and percussion, having participated since his freshman year in the Chautauqua County Music Teachers' Association's solo musical festival in Fredonia, and this year in the Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony. Max admires Albert Einstein, because he was the "creator of quantum physics and discovered many phenomena, like gravitational waves." If Max could be another person for a day, he would be Sir Isaac Newton, to "be able to discover amazing things and experience culture before the laws of physics were established." He looks forward to study engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Samantha Herrington

Sophomore Joshua Janicki, who is the son of Jeffrey and Stephanie Janicki of Westfield, selects Honors Chemistry and Digital Electronics as his favorite classes. Since his freshman year, Joshua has competed on the soccer and track teams, performed in the musical, and participated in Student Administration and Ski Club. This year, he added the Science Olympiad to his list of activities. Outside of school, Josh enjoys reading, playing soccer and sleeping. As a freshman, he was awarded certificates for excellence in math, science, history and band, in which he plays the flute; and he was named Most Valuable Player for soccer. Josh admires Benjamin Franklin "for his work in developing and founding our nation, as well as his contributions to developing eyeglasses; otherwise, I'd be blind." When asked what person he would like to be for a day, he chose teacher Adam Gollwitzer, because "he is an excellent and challenging science teacher." Joshua plans to study math and science in college.

Alicia Delia Cannon, a freshman, is the daughter of Randy and Jackie Cannon of Mayville. History, Spanish, and culinary arts are her favorite classes this year. Alicia has competed on the CLCS soccer team since seventh grade, and last year she played basketball, too. She has also performed in the school musicals since seventh grade. Outside of school, Alicia enjoys youth group activities, cooking, and making crafts. She has earned three participation awards for soccer and one for basketball. The historical person she most admires is Florence Nightingale, because she founded the Red Cross. The person she would like to be for another day is Queen Elizabeth, because "it would be cool to see what it is like to be a British ruler and feel like royalty." After high school, Alicia hopes to attend culinary school to become a chef.

Eighth grader Peyton Nicole D'Anthony is the daughter of Rob and Jodie D'Anthony of Ripley. English, social studies, and Spanish are her favorite subjects. In school, she enjoys playing modified soccer. Outside of school she likes to play soccer and read. She has been named a Student of the Month and has also achieved high honor roll status. Peyton admires Helen Keller, because "of her perseverance and the inspiration she has been." For a day, she would like to be someone from a different country, so "I could learn their viewpoints and what it would be like to live there." She plans to major in English in college.

Seventh grader Kaitlyn Marie Herrick is the daughter of Sherrie and Butch Cettell of Ripley. Math is her favorite subject this year. Kaitlyn enjoys listening to music and playing with her dogs or birds. When asked what person in history she most admires, Kaitlyn chose actor Jace Norman, because "he is funny and really cool. Also he is in two of my favorite movies and one favorite show." If she could be another person for a day, Kaitlyn would choose Ariana Grande, because "she is one of my favorite singers."

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

 
 
 

 

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