Chautauqua Lake announces students of the month

Chautauqua Lake Central School Students of the Month for October are (top row) Ian Riedesel, Mallory Morrison, Taylor Donato, (bottom row) Lauren Jagoda, Brooke Feldt, and John Roblero.

MAYVILLE — Students of the Month at Chautauqua Lake Central School, honored for October achievements, are Ian Riedesel, Mallory Morrison, Taylor Donato, Lauren Jagoda, Brooke Feldt, and John Roblero. The student recognition program honors students in grades seven through 12 whose classroom performance, attitude toward learning, work ethic, and extra-curricular activities set them apart.

Senior Ian Riedesel is the son of Craig and Connie Riedesel of Mayville.

He enjoys Principles of Engineering and Spanish classes the most this year. Ian has competed on the CLCS soccer team since seventh grade, and both the golf team and the High School Academic Bowl teams since eighth grade. He is also an active member of National Honor Society. Outside of school, Ian enjoys playing soccer, hiking, and traveling. Ian plans on attending college to pursue mechanical engineering.

Mallory Morrison, a junior, is the daughter of Denver and Sarah Morrison of Sherman. This year she is enjoying English and Chemistry classes the most.

Mallory has competed on the school’s volleyball team since eighth grade and the softball team since seventh grade. This year, she was inducted into National Honor Society. In her spare time outside of school, Mallory participates in Cheetah, a travel volleyball team, and also enjoys horseback riding and spending time in the woods. Mallory’s future plans include attending Penn State Behrend to become a physical therapist.

Sophomore Taylor Donato is the daughter of Lee and Jason Donato of Dewittville. She is enjoying Chemistry class the most this year.

Taylor has competed on the school’s soccer and basketball teams since she was in seventh grade. She is consistently on the high honor roll and has earned Student of the Month each previous year. Outside of school, Taylor enjoys sports and camping. After high school, Taylor plans on attending college.

Lauren Jagoda, a freshman, is the daughter of Steve and Beth Jagoda of Brocton. Her favorite classes are Spanish and Forensic Science this year. Lauren has joined the High School Academic Bowl team this year, and also participates in Impact Club.

She has been on the high honor roll since seventh grade and earned the highest academic average award in eighth grade.

Outside of school, Lauren enjoys taking karate and has earned her purple belt. In the future, Lauren would like to go into the medical field and become a doctor.

Eighth grader Brooke Feldt is the daughter of Jennifer Messinger and Dustin Feldt of Ashville. She enjoys math and art classes the most this year. Brooke has competed on the school’s volleyball team in both seventh and eighth grade; in seventh grade, she also participated in girl’s wrestling. Outside of school, Brooke enjoys drawing, reading, hanging out with friends and family, and attending church.

Brooke plans on attending college to become either a surgeon or an artist. She would also like to be “the first female President.”

John Roblero, a seventh grader, is the son of Ociel Roblero and Edilia Cifuentes of Ripley. This year, John is enjoying his science and math classes the most. Outside of school, he enjoys staying inside, playing with his cat and playing video games. At this point, John is thinking of becoming a mechanic for his future plans.

Teacher Tara Reyda coordinates the secondary school Student of the Month recognition program with the help of a selection committee, which includes teachers Michelle Rowe and Stephanie Janicki.


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