Jersey Shore Students of the Month-November

Jersey Shore Area High School chose two students to celebrate for the month of November. Adam Joseph Fox, Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month and Lexey Nikkole Cohick, Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month, are being honored for their exceptional dedication in and out of the classroom.

Adam Joseph Fox, the son of Marie and Robert Fox of Jersey Shore, has participated in the drama club as well as the fall play and spring musical for four years and the choir and National Honor Society for two years.

Outside of school, Adam is a choir member and acolyte. He has also worked and volunteered his time with the Community Theater League and the Millbrook Playhouse. He was an usher, a part of the box office staff, worked back stage, assisted with summer theater camps, set building and helped with other office duties.

During his high school career, Adam has received the Ray of Lights Award, was a HOBY Ambassador and was named Junior Student of the Quarter by the Chamber of Commerce. Adam has also won the Community Theater League Ray of Light Award for Theatrical Performance receiving a gold medal, and he has also won the Ray of Light Award for Dramatic Performance and Musical Theater receiving a silver medal.

Fox enjoys to perform at both CTL and the Millbrook Playhouse. According to Fox, he loves “every aspect of theater, whether it be performing or working back stage.” In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends. In the future, he hopes to attend college to study theater, work in early childhood education or with animals.

Lexey Nikkole Cohick is the daughter of Tricia and Jason Richardson of Jersey Shore. She has participated in Future Business Leaders of America for four years, National Honor Society for three years, has been the class president and in National Honor Society for two years and is involved in the National Art Honor Society and Key Club. She was also the class vice president for one year.

Currently, Cohick is serving as the National English Honor Society vice president and is the social media reporter for FBLA. Outside of the classroom, she volunteers her time at the Love Center, filling and distributing boxes for the holidays, as well as the YWCA in Williamsport. She has worked at Phil It Up and as a waitress at the Newberry Harvest Moon.

Lexey was awarded the Lioness Student of the Month Award during her freshman year, placed ninth in the FBLA Local Chapter Annual Business Report, and took second place in the FBLA Community Service Project during her sophomore year. She helped raise $10,000 for the YWCA in Williamsport and helped raise over $13,000 for the New Love Center in Jersey Shore during her tenth grade year. Lexey also received the National Honor Society Recognition and was the Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month during her junior year. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and loves to play with her dog. In the future, she plans on attending Penn College for pediatric oncology nursing.


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