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Students of the Month

Our program featured the popular Students of the Month program. Each winner receives a certificate as well as $200 and recognition on the wall in the lobby of their respective schools. Chair Mark Haldaman introduced the following High School Seniors:

March: Juliana Delgado, Easton High — Juliana [not pictured above] is active in the School’s Students Voices group and serves as a student mentor. She participates in School Clubs including GirlUp and Affinity. She is a leader and serves as the Captain of the Color Guard.

April: Paige Panto, CIT & Easton High — Paige is in the Automotive Program at CIT. She was a regional champion at SkillsUSA and competed in the national finals. She volunteers with the Holy Cross Society and is a member of the Marching Band Color Guard. She is the recipient of the Elmer Gates Enterprise award and is a technician apprentice at Brown-Daub Chevrolet.

May: Vincent Duong, Easton High — Vincent is heavily involved in the Robotics program. The 30-40 member Robotics team works for three months to build and code a robot that will compete in games. He is in the Future Business Leaders of America and participated in the securities and investment competition in Hershey. He is a member of the National Honor Society and plans to attend Kutztown University.

June: Adleigh Flanary, Wilson High — Adleigh is the Vice President of the National Honor Society and serves as Secretary of the KEY Club. She is the Captain of the Soccer Team and is active in the Wilson Buddies who work with the IU 20 students. She plans to attend Virginia Tech University and study Engineering.

July: Alyssa Erico, Wilson High — Alyssa is the Captain of the Cross Country and Track Teams. She is the Secretary of the National Honor Society and serves as Class Treasurer. She volunteers with the Wilson Buddies, lean Bike, and serves as a Camp Counselor. She plans to attend Penn State University and study Engineering.

August: Adan Al-Awamleh, CIT & Easton High — Adam is the Electronics Technology Program at CIT. He participates in SkillsUSA and is a member of the National Technical Honor Society. He plans to earn a two-year degree at Lehigh Carbon Community College before pursuing a four-year College degree.


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