September’s Students of the Month Named

Posted on October 10, 2018 by

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Every month, two students of the senior class, one male and one female, are selected by faculty and administration as Students of the Month.

For the month of September, Seniors Megan Makovsky and Timothy Hornbuckle were granted the title Student of the Month award. Both students were considered well deserving of the prize and are involved in many ways throughout the school and community.

The son of Bradley Hornbuckle and Lisa Hornbuckle, Timothy is involved in many activities within the student body. He is engaged in Student Council, Mini-Thon, and theater.

One of Tim’s greatest passions is baseball, for which he plays shortstop, but he frequently pitches as well. In school, his favorite class is wood shop, and he has even built his own working guitar, which he enjoys playing in his free time.

Hornbuckle’s greatest role model is his father, Captain Bradley Hornbuckle, because he never gives up and is always there when needed most.

After High School, Hornbuckle would like to pursue a career in the dental field and one day hopes to have his own dental practice.

I believe a lot of students really deserve student of the month, whether it is because of their hard work for perfection in grades or for their Fleetwood ‘PRIDE,'” Hornbuckle said.

Megan Makovsky, the daughter of Stephanie Stump and Michael Makovsky, is also involved in many extracurricular activities throughout the school. Megan is a member of FBLA, NHS, Student Council, stage crew, chorus, orchestra, and girls tennis. She also enjoys helping with her local food bank, Mini-Thon, and field day at the elementary schools.

After high school, Megan would like to attend Wilkes University to major in the pharmacy program. The biggest influence in her life is also her father because he is very smart and would give up anything for the people he loves.

“I feel very lucky to have been chosen to be the student of the month, and I am proud of myself for receiving such a prestigious honor,” Makovsky said.

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