October 2019 High School Pioneer Superlatives/Students of the Month Honored
Two seniors and two juniors received recognition for their achievements at L-S High School during October, 2019.
Megan is a junior and the daughter of David and Janice Stratton of Lancaster. She is an ICC leader and a member of the Mini-THON executive committee, student council, Pioneer Interact Club, Varsity Club, National Honor Society, and the cross country and girls lacrosse teams. Megan is consistently on the distinguished honor roll and received Burrowes Scholars awards at the fifth and eighth grade levels. Outside of school, she volunteers for Girls on the Run and enjoys running and spending time with family and friends. Megan plans to attend college to pursue a four-year degree.
Andrew is a senior and the son of Erick and Mary Wittemann of Willow Street. He is the senior class treasurer, the Quiz Bowl team captain, and a member of National Honor Society, L-S STEM Pioneers and STEM club, Model UN, marching band, concert band, High School Heroes, and the boys tennis team. Andrew is regularly on the distinguished honor roll and is a Burrowes Scholar award winner for Science and a Quiz Bowl League All-Star. Outside of school, he volunteers at the Lancaster Science Factory and attends church. Andrew spends his free time hiking, fishing, camping, studying history, analyzing baseball statistics, and traveling. He plans to study nuclear engineering after graduation.
Students of the Month
Namyah is a senior and the daughter of Shelly Walker of Lancaster. At school, she is a member of the High School Heroes program. Namyah was the recipient of a Lancaster Chamber Award and works at Main Street Closet in Willow Street. She enjoys art, football, styling hair, volleyball, and helping others. Namyah plans to pursue a career as a hairstylist after graduation.
Jonathan is a junior and the son of Thomas and Hope Klein of Willow Street. He is the president and editor in chief of LS News, a school photographer, a set builder for plays and musicals, and a member of the boys lacrosse team. Outside of school, Jonathan is the photographer for Mission Church, a youth group host, and a freelance photographer. In addition to photography, he enjoys traveling, Scuba diving, cars, filmmaking, and lacrosse. He plans to pursue a career in photography, business, and/or teaching.
Students received public recognition at the November 4 meeting of the L-S Board of School Directors. Board member Scott Kimmel presented the certificates.
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