Students of the Month
Alexis Michele Weisser, daughter of Maria and Joe Weisser, was named Girl of the Month at Montoursville Area High School for the month of November.
Her favorite class is AP English language and composition. She is a member of the basketball, soccer and track teams. She also participates in Future Business Leaders of America, Younglife, Key Club, Throwing Club, is a member of the National Honor Society and is the school mascot.
Following graduation, she plans to attend Penn State University.
“Alexis is an intelligent and insightful young women who devotes herself entirely to her pursuits. She also understands the power of giving back to the community and often volunteers her time. Alexis is destined to make a difference in this world,” said her teacher Denise Connor.
Cameron James Thomas Ott, son of Diane and Tom Ott, was named Boy of the Month at Montoursville Area High School for the month of November.
His favorite class is ceramics and he is a member of the baseball, football and wresting teams. Following graduation, he plans to play baseball or football in college.
“I view Cam as one of our most talented, teachable, coachable student- athletes in recent memory, despite the high-maintenance and D-wreck relapses. And yet, there remains reserve in the tank,” said his teacher, Theodore Barbour.
Jayme Renee Rupert, daughter of Linda and Doug Rupert, was named Girl of the Month for the month of December.
Her favorite class is ceramics and she is a member of Key Club, Throwing Club and National Honor Society.
Following graduation, she plans to attend college and major in education.
“Jayme is ambitious and eagerly goes after what she desires. She is a go-getter and always gets things done. Most importantly, Jayme has a heart for service. She has been a dedicated member of the Key Club since her freshmen year and it has been an honor to serve alongside her,” said her teacher, Andrea Tira.
Connor Frank Moran, son of Rebecca and John Moran, has been named Boy of the Month at Montoursville Area High School for the month of December.
His favorite class is AP physics and is the president of the Physics Club. He also participates in Key Club, Rho Kappa, Future Business Leaders of America and Spanish Club. He was a member of the Homecoming Court and the basketball and soccer teams.
Following graduation, he plans to attend college either at Virginia Tech or Penn State University and major in engineering.
“Nobody works harder in AP Physics than this Frans wannabe. The vice-president is a role model on and off the court, in and out of the classroom,” said his teacher, Theodore Barbour.
Students of the Month
Watsontown Lions Club names Student of the Month
Chase G. Snyder, son of Ronda and Dwane Snyder, was named Watsontown Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School of the month of December.
He is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Spanish Club and Math Club. He also is the captain for the soccer team.
He was named First Team All-Star for soccer in the Heartland Athletic Conference and was named co-MVP for the soccer team.
Following graduation, Snyder plans to attend Bloomsburg University and major in accounting. He also plans to obtain a Certified Public Accountant license.
Turbotville Lions Club names Student of the Month
Colby W. Haas, daughter of Lori and Bruce Haas, was named Turbotville Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for the month of December.
She is a member of the National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America and Student Council. She also is a member of the field hockey team, is an indoor field hockey coach and team manager for boy’s basketball.
Haas placed second in health care administration at the FBLA regional conference and will participate at the state level. She also organized a “Pink Out” for the field hockey team, which raised $1,100 for breast cancer charities.
Warrior Run High School names Outstanding Senior for December
Blyssalyn V. Bieber, daughter of Carolyn and Jeff Bieber, was named Outstanding Senior at Warrior Run High School for the month of December.
She is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Defender Pride and Key Club. She also participates in concert choir and is a member of the track and field and field hockey teams
Outside of school, Bieber is a volunteer with the Warrior Run Fort Freeland Heritage Days, Zion Church youth program, recycling program, Montour-Delong Fair Association fish dinners and the Special Olympics.
She also is a HOBY representative, a member of Building Leaders of the Susquehanna Valley, recipient of the Susan B. Anthony Science Award, a member of the district chorus and an Outstanding Junior Member of the National Honor Society.
Following graduation, Bieber plans to attend Misericordia University and major in occupational therapy.