Congratulations to the Students of the Month for October

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Emily Hayes

Emily is the daughter of Erin and Adam Wojcicki of Blandon.  Emily’s aspires to further her education by attending a university and obtaining a degree in elementary education or secondary education with a mathematic focus.  Emily has been involved in the following clubs/activities at Fleetwood Area High School:  Marching Band Section Leader, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Chrale, Vocal Ensemble, Women’s Chorus, Choraliers, Musical, Student Council Vice President, Student Council, National Art Honor Society, and Future Business Leaders of America and Mini-THON Chair.  Also, Emily has dedicated herself to the community by being actively involved in volunteering as youth president for her young women’s group at her church, interning at FASD elementary school, canning for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and raising funds for Mini-THON to stop pediatric cancer.  Emily states that one person she admires is her mother because of her perseverance and outlook on life! Emily says, “She has taught her to face every challenge with a smile and positivity and is always there to support people she loves.  I could only hope to grow up to be half the woman she is.”

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Sydney Wessner

Sydney is the daughter of Colleen and Danny Wessner of Blandon.  Sydney’s future plans include attending a college to major in nursing and to eventually become a nurse practitioner.  Sydney has been involved in the following clubs/activities at Fleetwood Area High School and Berks Career Center:  Volleyball, National Honor Society, National Trade Honor Society, Smart Mentoring, HOSA Future Health Professionals, Secretary of Senior Class, Sustainable Students, and Interact Club.   Also, Sydney has dedicated herself to the community by being actively involved in volunteering throughout the community in road clean up days with Interact Club, Blood Drive Coordinator, and a Student Dance Teacher.  One person Sydney really admires is her dad for his positive attitude, continued support and perseverance through hard times. Sydney says, “He’s such a rad DUDE!”





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