Students of the Month
Dylan Garbrick, son of John Garbrick, and Angie and Rob Beiter, was named South Williamsport Area High School’s Student of the Month for December.
He is a member of the National Honor Society and serves as the vice president of the Foreign Language Club.
He also is serves as the president of the Chorus and is highly active in the school’s music program.
Outside of school, Garbick received his Eagle Scout honors.
Following graduation, he plans to attend college to study computer sciences.
Audra L. Fisher, daughter of Janet and David Fisher, was named Outstanding Senior for the month of January.
Her school involvement includes National Honor Society treasurer, Principal’s Cabinet and NHS Special Education Field Day planning committee.
Outside of school, Fisher volunteers at church, Philly Hope and participates in horseback riding.
Her awards and achievements include distinguished honor roll, Spanish Conversationalist Award and Academic Spanish Award. She is employed by Ficks Hardware.
Following graduation, she plans to major in animal science at Penn State University before furthering her education in veterinary medicine and pursuing a career as a veterinarian specializing in large animals.
Jonathan W. Moser, son of Sheila and Mark Moser and the late Donna Moser, was named Turbotville Lions Club Student of the Month for January.
His school involvement includes concert choir and musicals, marching band, chorale, FCCLA and student accompanist, pino.
Outside of school, he is a member of the Holy Spirit Church, Warrior Run Fire Dept. member and volunteer fire fighter. He is employed by Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, Turbotville, as a director of music.
Following graduation, he plans to attend Susquehanna University to major in music education and minor in theological studies.
Kolbe M. Welliver, son of Mikelanne and Michael Welliver, was named Milton Rotary Club Vocational Students of the Month for January.
His school involvement includes varsity soccer and Environthon for four years.
Outside of school, he hunts, is an outdoorsman and a West Creek Rod and Club Jr. member.
His awards and achievements include Academic All-Star, Varsity Soccer letter, honor roll and distinguished honor roll, National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists – Award of Excellence.
Following graduation, he plans to attend college and major in engineering and surveying.
Randy Tucker Hays, son of Shawn Hays, was named Watsontown Lions Club student of the Month for January.
His school involvement includes National Honor Society, Boys soccer captain, WR News, WR track and field pole vault, FBLA region 23 president, concert choir and school musicals.
Outside of school, he is in a club soccer team.
His awards and achievements include Defender PRIDE, FBLA States 4th place in journalism and 1st place in client service, and he is a three time All-Conference goal keeper. He is employed by Country Cupboard.
Following graduation, he plans to attend Mount Aloysius to major in business management, and he wants to play soccer at the collegiate level.
Alyssa Ficacci, daughter of Stephanie Tribble and Michael Ficacci, has been nominated by the social studies department and recognized as the Loyalsock Township High School Student of the Month for September.
She has consistently achieved the high honor roll throughout high school, and she is a member of the National Honor Society. Ficacci has been a member of cheerleading and track and field. In addition, Alyssa is active in SADD, Spanish Club, Chess Club, Student Government (VP), Class of ’18 Historian, and she has lead a recent Loyalsock Cares effort to raise money for hurricane-ravaged victims in Texas. Ficacci also volunteers at Divine Providence Hospital.
Following graduation, she plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Chase McNulty, son of Eric McNulty and Beth Kopysciansky, has been recognized by the mathematics department as the Loyalsock Township High School October Student of the Month.
He is a consistent high honor roll recipient as well as a member of the National Honor Society. McNulty has been a varsity baseball player for four years. In addition, he is a member of SADD, Spanish Club and Ski Club. He also lead a T-shirt fundraiser for a student cancer patient. McNulty’s volunteer efforts also include working at a waffle and pancake breakfast, bingo and coaching junior baseball.
Outside of school, he enjoys snowboarding.
Following graduation, he plans to attend either the University of Pittsburgh or Penn State University.
Max Dugan, son of Melissa and Chris Dugan, was named Loyalsock Township High School’s November Student of the Month.
Dugan has volunteered as a junior football coach and in the community with flood relief projects. He has been a four-year member of the Loyalsock Lancer football team.
Following graduation, he plans to attend Lock Haven University to study business.
Nathaniel Genduso, son of Judith Misko and Gerald Genduso, has been nominated by the Loyalsock Township High School music department as the December Student of the Month.
He has been a consistent member of the high honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society. He has contributed to the music department, participating in multiple musicals, plays, ensembles and marching band. He has most recently been the drum major for the Lancer Marching Band. He also has participated in Envirothon and Odyssey of the Mind, and has been a volunteer coach for Division 1 Odyssey of the Mind teams. In addition, he has taught community self-defense classes at Sojourners Truth.
Following graduation, he plans to attend a four-year university to study neuroscience.
Ryan Sullivan, son of son of Deb and Chris Sullivan, was named Loyalsock Township High School’s Student of the Month for January.
He is a consistent member of the high honor roll. He has been active in basketball, track, cross country, and has participated in Leo Club, Key Club, Interact Club, Spanish Club and SADD.
He enjoys volunteering for the Lions Club, Red Cross blood drives and elementary school Spanish peer tutoring.
Following graduation, he plans to attend a university to earn a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.
Ryan Michael Stratton, son of Karyn and Dave Stratton, of Avis, was named the Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for January.
His activities include band, orchestra, Keystone Strings, FBLA, IT Club, Red Cross Club, National Honor Society, SADD, TSA, VEX Robotics, soccer and Youth Development Task Force.
Outside of school, he is an active participant in events led by the Youth Development Task Force such as attending conferences, making short films and helping in the Little League World Series. Additionally, he hosts a radio show for Bear Country Radio. He volunteers annually for the Christmas Wish program and the Liberty Train program. Ryan helps within the district as well by teaching third grade students about basic computer coding. He is employed by Weis Markets and participates in a cooperative education program with First Quality Tissue in Lock Haven.
Stratton has received numerous accolades throughout his high school career including many in VEX Robotics. He also is a regular member of the distinguished honor roll.
Stratton enjoys working, reading, playing soccer and working on his robotics projects.
Following graduation, Stratton plans to attend the Rochester Institute of Technology to pursue a degree in electrical/mechanical engineering technology.
Lyndsay Marie Malicky, daughter of Carmen and Rick Malicky, of Jersey Shore, was named the Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for January.
Her activities include announcements, indoor track and field, National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Student Representative for Guidance Council Advisory, Student Council, FBLA, Key Club, Class Committee, Homecoming and track and field.
She has been treasurer of National Honor Society, the Class of 2018, Student Council, Key Club and the assistant treasurer of the Oval United Methodist Church. Malicky has lettered three years in track and was selected as the Outstanding Underclassman in the field. She was a state qualifier in FBLA competitions and she was selected as Queen Tiadaghton of 2017.
Outside of school, she serves as an acolyte, mission’s coordinator, family ministries co-coordinator, Kidz Klozet clothing drive committee member, mission trip bible school teacher, Susquehanna Trailways bus cleaner and a co-coordinator for the Heavenly Angels prom dress giveaway event.
Following graduation, she plans to attend Shippensburg University to major in business, while participating in their track and field events as a javelin thrower.