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March Students of the Month


Montoursville Lions Club


Name: Ethan Flemming

Parents Name: Mike and Robin Fleming

embarrassing moment: “The throwers were stretching out freshman year after practice and we were in the middle of a stretch and I let out a super loud fart that the whole gym heard and all the throwers freaked out and died laughing.”

High school activities: Track and Field

Plans after graduation:Attend IUP and study to become an optometrist.” 

Best lie you’ve told a teacher: “I couldn’t do my homework because my Ipad died.”


Name: Marin Catino

Parents Name: Justin Catino and Megan Altebrando

Most embarrassing moment: “Constantly tripping over my feet everywhere”

High school activities: Varsity Soccer (9-12, Captain 12), Track and Field (9-11), National Honor Society (10-12), Science National Honor Society (10-12, President 12), Mu Alpha Theta (11-12, President 12), English Honor Society (10-12), Key Club (10-12), Physics Club (Treasurer 12), Culture Club (9-11), Spanish Club (9-10)

Plans after graduation:Attend college for Biology on a pre health track.”

Best lie you’ve told a teacher: “Oh year! I know what’s happening Mr. Barbour!”


Warrensville Lions Club


Name: Jacob Fellinger

Parents Name:  Jeaniene and Eric Fellinger

Most embarrassing moment: “When I was a freshman walking into a study hall full of seniors and my backpack caught on the door handle and made me fall on the ground.”

High school activities:  Swim (9-10), Football (11-12)

Plans after graduation:Attend Lycoming College to major in Biology/pre-med and play football/swimming.”

Best lie you’ve told a teacher: “I studied for their class.”


Name: Molly Chapman

Parents Name: Penny and Dennis Chapman

Most embarrassing moment: “Falling on stage during a performance. Every year.”

High school activities: Arrowhead (9-12, A&E Editor 11, Assistant Editor 12), Social Science Seminar (9-12), National Honor Society (12), Physics Club (12), Quill and Scroll (10-12)

Plans after graduation: “Attend either Duquesne University or Chatham University with a major in Secondary Ed and a minor in music.”

Best lie you’ve told a teacher: “That I enjoyed taking their class”

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