2018-2019 Students of the Month

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Congratulations to the following seniors who were selected by their teachers as the Students of the Month.

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Adriene is the daughter of Daniel Funck and Johanna Markham.

Adriene has been on the honor roll and distinguished honor roll throughout high school. Along with academics, she is also heavily involved in various clubs such as Link Crew and Key Club. Additionally, Adriene is the President of P.R.I.D.E. Club, the Secretary of the National Honor Society, and a Mini THON Chair. Adriene also played volleyball and is a member of the Ski Club.

Adriene placed first in Medicine/Science in the Epidemiology Challenge at the Capital Area Science and Engineering Fair. She also received the Dr. George Hayward Love Sr. Judges Award for exceptional display and interview. Adriene was selected to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards camp, she volunteers with RaiderPacks and is an ESL Tutor. Adriene is also a Communications Intern with the school district.

Adriene’s goals for after graduation are to attend college to study science and join the Army ROTC to continue making a difference in the world.



Scott is the son of Jeff and Kendra Ash.

Scott has been on the honor roll throughout his high school career. Scott’s main focuses during high school have been playing football and baseball. He was quarterback for the football team and was a member of the State Runner-Up and District Championship team three years in a row. Scott is also a member of TV Production.

After graduating from high school, Scott will attend Hood College to study history where he plans to obtain his teaching certification at the secondary level. Scott also has been given the honor to be on Hood’s baseball team while he completes his degree.

18.12 STRIP



Alexis is the daughter of Brad Harmon and Lisa Wolf.

She is a member of many clubs in the high school: National Honor Society, Link Crew, Mini THON, PRIDE Club, FCCLA, Key Club, and Prom Committee. Alexis also has an internship in the main office of the high school.

Alexis was a varsity player for volleyball and was named a Mid Penn Conference Volleyball All Star and a member of the Mid Penn Conference Second Team.

Alexis currently works at Doc’s Roller Skating Rink, and she plans on attaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Teaching/Education. Her goal is to be a future MAHS teacher after college.



Timothy is the son of Martyn R. and Julia L. Nevil.

Tim is a Mini THON Chair, and is also a member of PRIDE Club and Link Crew. Tim is also the Sound Technician for the school’s musicals, a reporter on the Raider Newscast “Tim & Tim”, and the WMSS Station Manager and Sports Director. Additionally, he has an internship for Penn State Health, Department of Public Health Services.

Tim is a member of the marching, concert, and jazz bands and is the president of the Blue Wave Marching Band. He is also the president of Tri-M Honor Society, and was the recipient of a Tournament of Bands Scholarship.

He is employed at Klock Entertainment and The Hershey Story. After high school he plans on majoring in Infectious Disease and Immunology in college.




Daughter of Greg and Beth Wilsbach
Honor Roll
Key Club President
FCCLA National Team
Mini-Thon Chair
Link Crew
Highest Scoring Silver Medalist at the PA FCCLA Competition
National Gold medalist for the National FCCLA Competition, 2ndin the nation
Ted Essex Memorial Award
Volleyball: Captain, All-Star 1st Team – Junior Year & Senior Year, Volleyball All-Star Senior Spike Fest
Homecoming Court
Employment: Rita’s Italian Ice
Future Plans: attend Wilson College to major in Health Science and then receive a degree as a Physician’s Assistant



Son of Terry and Sheila Jefferson
Honor Roll
National Honor Society
National Society of High School Scholars
Youth & Government
Link Crew
WMSS Radio
Chorus: Middletown Blue Raider Chorus, MAHS Select Chorus, Chorus Representative, Tri-M Music Honors Society
Band: Marching, Concert, Jazz
Performing Arts: Fall Play, Spring Musical
Community: Youth Group, Youth Praise Team, Youth Choir
Awards: R. James Kleinfelter Chemistry Award, 2017 Junior Layman of the Year, Outstanding Blue House Representative, CONA Delegate, Blue Committee Chair, AP Scholar with Distinction
Future Plans: attend a four-year school for a dual major in secondary science education and political science
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Daughter of Piyushkumar & Dimpleben Patel
Distinguished Honor Roll
National Honor Society
National Society of High School Scholars
Youth and Government Delegation Leader
Inspire U.S. Civic Engagement Ambassador
Science Olympiad; 3rdplace in Cell Biology
EPI Challenge
Bio GENEius State Fair
Capital Area Science and Engineering Fair; two 1st place awards in Medicine/Health, one 2nd place award in Medicine/Health
American Legion Essay Contest
Penn State PULSE Program
Awards: PULSE Honors, PULSE Stars, AP Scholar with Distinction, Dr. George Hayward Love Sr. Judges’ Award, Civic Engagement Award, Thomas M. McAuliffe Award
Tennis Captain
Future Plans: attend a 4-year college to major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and begin medical school to go into the medical field

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Son of Matthew & Jodi Sessa
Distinguished Honor Roll
Senior Class President
National Honor Society
Student Council
Future Business Leaders of America
Link Crew
Track and Field
Homecoming Court
AP Scholar with Distinction
Employment: Cashier at Giant
Future Plans: attend a 4-year college to pursue a degree in business
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