Six J-M seniors named Students of Month
CLARKSVILLE – Clarksville Area Lions Club honored six Jefferson-Morgan High School seniors as students of the month for September 2012 through February 2013.
Selected were Alexis Starostanko, September; Tia Sullenbarger, October; Jeremy Baker, November; Erica Johnson, December; Delaney Zaborowski, January; and Ashley Faddis, February.
Starostanko, daughter of Mark W. Starostanko of Clarksville, is president of the marching band, a member of the drama club and the volleyball team.
Outside of school, she has participated in a clothing giveaway at the Uniontown Church of Christ and has collected aluminum cans to raise money for a Mexico mission trip to Ensenada, Mexico, to the City of Children Orphanage.
Starostanko plans to attend either California University of Pennsylvania or Penn State, Fayette, to study business administration.
Sullenbarger, daughter of Art and Brenda Sullenbarger, Clarksville, is a member of the Leo club, academic team, drama club, student council, art club, traffic safety council, foreign language club, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the softball team.
Outside of school, she is active in the youth group of First Assembly of God, raising money for children in other countries and sponsoring a child in Africa. She visits nursing homes with her church, rings bells for the Salvation Army and places flags on graves.
Sullenbarger plans to attend college and become a dental hygienist.
Baker, son of Michele and Joe Baker, Jefferson, is student council vice president, a member of the Leo club, academic team, chorus, Upward Bound, editor of the yearbook, a member of the track and soccer teams, and is the equipment manager for the band.
Outside of school, he helps out with clothing drive at Jefferson Chuch of the Nazarene and distributed canned foods and fruit baskets to the needy.
Baker plans to attend Waynesburg University and major in finance.
Johnson, daughter of Curtis and Anjie Johnson, Clarksville, is a member of the color guard with the marching band, concert band, chorus, county chorus and Spanish club.
Outside of school, she is a member of the youth group of the Waynesburg Church of the Nazarene and volunteers at the Greene County Humane Society.
Johnson plans to attend California University of Pennsylvania and major in education.
Zaborowski, daughter of Susan Haxton of Rices Landing and Frank Zaborowski of Jefferson, is vice president of the National Honor Society, a member of the drama club, Leo club, student council, Upward Bound and the volleyball team.
Outside of school, she volunteers at the Corner Cupboard Food Bank, Thomas Hughes Library and participates in the youth group at First Presbyterian Church.
Zaborowski plans to attend Washburn University and major in psychology.
Faddis, daughter of Tim Faddis and Lisa Moore, Waynesburg, is president of student council, National Honor Society, Leo club and SADD. She is a member of foreign language club, drama club, youth traffic safety council, debate, yearbook, academic team, Science Olympiad, chorus, Big Brothers Big Sisters and participates in volleyball, basketball and track.
She has received the Baush & Lomb Honorary Science Award, American Legion Auxiliary Award, Community Service Award, Robert E. Titus Educational Award, the President’s Education Award and various athletic achievement awards.
Outside of school, she rings bells for the Salvation Army, collects goods for the women’s shelter, participates in blood drives and volunteers at a physical therapy area in a hospital.
Faddis plans to attend Penn State University and obtain a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
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