MAYVILLE - Students of the Month at Chautauqua Lake Central School, honored for November achievements are Hannah Rauh, Heather Sullivan, Laiken Biekert, Brianna Dudley, Allison Cummings and Sara Corwin. The student recognition program honors students in grades seven through 12 whose classroom performance, attitude toward learning, work ethic and extracurricular activities set them apart. Teachers Marlea Brown and Amy Redman coordinate the Student of the Month recognition program in the secondary school.
Rauh, a senior, is the daughter of John and Megan Rauh of Ashville. History, government, psychology, and debate are Rauh's favorite subjects, and she plans to attend college after graduation to study pre-law. Rauh is doing an internship at the Goodell and Rankin Law Firm, as well as an internship in physical education. Her activities include volleyball, softball, peer tutoring, and being a mentor for youth sports programs. Rauh is a member of the National Honor Society and Student Administration. When asked who she would like to be for a day, Rauh said, "The President because who wouldn't want to be the President?"
Math, French, chorus and chorale are the favorite subjects of Sullivan, a junior, daughter of Tom and Cheryl Sullivan of Fredonia. Sullivan competes on the varsity swimming, bowling and track teams. She plays flute in the band and is a member of chorus and chorale. Other activities include the school musical, High School Bowl academic team, French and Spanish Club, Peer Educators, and the Impact Club. Outside of school she enjoys sewing, knitting, reading, and listening to music. She is a member of the Chautauqua Children's Chorale and her church choir. Her plans after high school include attending SUNY Fredonia to major in broadcast journalism.
Sophomore Biekert, who is the daughter of Traci Raynor of Dewittville, selected English and science as her favorite subjects. Biekert is active in the French and Spanish Club, Student Administration, and Sources of Strength. Outside of school she spends time with her family, and after high school she wants to attend college. Biekert admires her family the most and has no desire to be another person for a day; she is content with her life and "wouldn't trade it for the world."
Dudley is the daughter of Jason and Julie Dudley of Mayville. She is a freshman who enjoys Global Studies and Algebra. She is a competitive cheerleader, and she enjoys reading. After high school she would like to attend college to prepare for a career in medicine.
Cummings, an eighth-grader, is the daughter of Scot and Beth Cummings of Mayville. Math is her favorite subject. She plays soccer and basketball and is a Girl Scout. She hopes to be a kindergarten teacher and admires Harriet Tubman because she was a leader. Her friend, Sarah Russin, "a really caring and funny person," is her choice of a person to be for a day.
Seventh-grader Corwin is the daughter of Rob and Dana Corwin of Mayville. Sara selected several subjects as her favorites: science, math, technology, Spanish and English. She plays saxophone in the school band and participates in soccer, swimming, basketball, and softball. Outside of school she enjoys self defense martial arts, playing with her dog, being an acolyte at First United Methodist Church, and reading. After high school Corwin would like to go to England, Scotland or Ireland as a foreign exchange student. She most admires Benjamin Franklin because of all his inventions that improved everyday life. To be another person for a day, she said she would like to be an astronaut and travel in space.