February 2022 Students of the Month

Charity: Hope & Friendship Foundation

Talia Scoville

The Art Department cited Talia Scoville as the Freshman Student of the Month. A high honor roll student, Talia’s favorite classes include Spanish II Honors, Introduction to Business, and Introduction to Drawing & Painting. She is a member of both the girls’ volleyball and girls’ track and field programs, and also plays club volleyball. In her art class, she has excelled with each assignment she has been given. Her sketches, studies and projects all demonstrate tremendous effort and talent, and she grasps new concepts quickly. She is eager to help others be successful in class. Talia has her sights set on earning induction to the National Honor Society, and someday hopes to attend college and possibly major in business. In her free time, Talia enjoys volleyball, baking, drawing and painting.
Jacob Katauskas
Physical Education
Jacob Katauskas was selected as the Sophomore Student of the Month by the Physical Education Department. Jacob is a high honor roll performer who most enjoys classes in chemistry and mathematics; he currently is enrolled in Integrated Math II. Though just a sophomore, Jacob has made a terrific impression on his peers and his teachers with his work ethic. Described as an outstanding young man, he has proven to be a role model to all students - including upperclassmen - in his Advanced Athletic Performance class. He is dedicated to giving his best effort each day. A member of the football and boys’ track and field teams, Jacob earned all-conference accolades in football last fall. In the future, he hopes to play football collegiately. He enjoys working out and spending time with friends and family.
Annette Lichacz
Family & Consumer Sciences

The Family & Consumer Sciences Department tabbed Annette Lichacz as the Junior Student of the Month. Annette is a high honor roll student who has most enjoyed math classes. She is involved in a wide range of activities, including Student Council, Link Crew, Us Against Bullying, and the Interact Club, and has earned induction to the National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, and Rho Kappa. She has taken several classes in the Family & Consumer Sciences Department, and her teachers applaud her preparation, positive attitude, and leadership. Annette plans to attend college and study dental hygiene. In addition to her many extra-curricular activities, she works at Celina’s Fresh Market and as a babysitter, teaches class at her church, and attends Polish school.
Molly Thornber
World Languages

Molly Thornber was named the Senior Student of the Month by the World Languages Department. A high honor roll student, Molly lists Advanced Calculus, AP Spanish Language & Composition, and College Writing as her favorite classes. In addition to earning induction to several honor societies, she is a member of the marching and symphonic bands, World Language Club, Scholastic Bowl, and Girls Who Code. Molly is a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist and serves as a band section leader. In AP Spanish, she consistently looks for ways to improve her language skills, both in and out of the classroom. Molly collaborates well with peers and takes risks with the language. She intends on studying computer science and linguistics in college, and hopes to enter the field of natural language processing to make technology more accessible. Molly enjoys listening to and playing music, going on long walks, and spending time with friends.