Students of the Month


Levi G. Kennel, son of Donna and Reuben Kennel, was named the Warrior Run High School Outstanding Senior for the month of September.

His school involvement includes National Honor Society/Vice Presid­ent, Robotics Club, Youth in Philant­hropy, Principal’s Cabinet, Soccer captain and track and field.

His community involvement includes Church Youth Group, drummer in Church Worship Team, 4H North Mont Livestock Club, and he enjoys hunting, camping, canoeing and hiking.

His awards and achievements include Distinguished Honor Roll, varsity letter in soccer and track and field.

He is employed by Esbern OM Dairy Farm and Zimm’s Landscaping.

Following graduation, he plans to further his education at a college undecided at this time.


Catherine E. Shull, daughter of Kathy and Patrick Shull, was named the Turbotville Lions Club Student of the Month for September.

Her school involvement includes Natio­nal Honor Society, Student Council, Concert Band, Concert Choir and Competitive Cheerleading.

Her awards and achievements include Varsity letter recipient in Cheerleading, Concert Band and Track and Field, Cheerleading District Champion and State Qualified, and she was accepted into the Susquehanna Valley Honors Band.

Following graduation, she plans to attend Boston University.


Destinee M. Michael, daughter of Cynthia Keller, was named the Watsontown Lions Club Student of the Month for September.

Her school involvement includes National Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir and Cheerleading captain.

Her awards and achievements include Honor Roll and Tri-Hi-Y Leadership Award.

Following graduation, she plans to study nursing at Bloomsburg University.


Colton J. Roberts, son of Jessica and James Roberts, was named the Milton Rotary Club Vocational Student of the Month for September.

His school involvement includes National Honor Society, Member of the Marching, Concert and Jazz Bands.

His community involvement includes Washingtonville Volu­nt­eer Fire Co./Jr. Active Firefighter, and he attends Watsontown Baptist Church.

His awards and achievements include the 2018 Director’s Award, Susquehanna Valley Band 2014-2018.

Outside of school, he is employed by Cole’s Hardware, Danville.

Following graduation, he plans to study cabinet making and wood technology at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.


Cade Vincent Neal, son of Bridgitte I. Lundy, of Jersey Shore, was named the Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for September.

Neal’s school involvement includes Student Council, Class Com­mittee, Men’s Choir, Mosaic, Homecoming Committee, Prom Committee, Games Club, National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, FBLA, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Marching Ban, IT Club, Outdoor Club, Student Ambassador Club and Constitutional Convention.

Neal has served as president for the Student Ambassador Club, Band, Game’s Club and for the Class of 2019. Additionally, he was vice president of Outdoor Club and the Brass Section Leader of band.

Outside of school, Cade works as a member of the Brass Band at Knoebel’s Amusement Park. He also is a performing member of “Lycobones” Trombone Choir and he participates in the Williamsport Symphony Youth Orchestra.

He has lettered in band, has gone to FBLA states, received both the John Philip Sousa Band Award and the Armstrong Jazz Award, and won the 2015 President’s Education Award for outstanding academic excellence. Additionally, he participated in the LCBDA Band, District 8 Concert Band, District 8 Jazz Band, and the Region 4 Concert Band. Cade is a regular member of the Distinguished Honor Roll.

Neal enjoys playing the trombone, gaming with friends, and playing with his pets.

Following graduation, he plans to attend medical school and then continuing his education further in the hopes of becoming a neurosurgeon.


Gabrielle Elaine Harris, daughter of Tammy and Jerry Harris, of Linden, was named the Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for September.

Her school activities include Prom Committee, Class Committee, Mosaic, National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, National English Honor Society, Treble Makers, Chorus, FBLA, Student Council and HOCO Committee.

She has served as the president for the Class of 2019, the Choir vice president and president, the National English Honor Society president and the Student Council president.

Outside of school, she works as a baby sitter, and is an active member of her church serving on the worship team and as a nursery attendant.

She has lettered in choir, was selected for the Lioness Student of the Month Award, joined the National Society of High School Scholars, and was on the Junior Homecoming Court. Additionally, she is tough competitor in FBLA events and has attended the state conference for three consecutive years.

She enjoys playing piano, 4X4 racing and spending time with family and friends.

Following graduation, she plans to attend college to major in visual communications or graphic design.


Ethan M. McKenzie, a software development and information development major from Muncy, has been selected as the September “Student of the Month” at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

A Student Government Association senator-at-large, representing Diversity & Community Engageme­nt, McKenzie also has a seat on College Council and works as a student assistant in Madigan Library.

He additionally serves as a Connections Link, facilitating the college’s orientation program for new and transferred students; is a Community Peer Educator; and is involved in campus voter registration efforts.

Outside of school, McKenzie volunteers as a media manager and webmaster for local political campaigns, and is a webmaster for his church