Thursday May 23, 2013 | By:Felice E. Krycia-associate editor |
The Brant-Evans Citizens for Responsible Choices and Lake Shore Central Middle School would like to announce the May Citizens of the Month.
These students are being honored for being good citizens in their school and community.NATALIE BAILEY
Natalie Bailey is the daughter of Kathy Pletcher of Derby and Daniel Bailey of Tonowanda. She is a sixth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for May.
In school, her favorite class is social studies.
Outside of school Bailey likes to spend her time playing softball, she plays on a Lake View team and hanging out with her friends. She also likes to play with her pets and reads.
Her future goal is to attend college and possibly have a career doing counseling work.
Bailey said her favorite thing in the world is her family and animals.
The character trait she believes is the most important for continuing success is endurance.
“One has to keep going on to your goal, don’t let anything get in your way,” Bailey said.TORI GEORGE
Tori George is the daughter of Tom and Susan George of Derby. She is a seventh-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for May.
In school, her favorite subject is science and she is a member of the swim team.
Outside of school George is a member of the Hamburg Swim Club and competes against other clubs. She also likes to ride her bike, hang out with her friends and play with her cat and dog.
For community service, she usually joins up with her cousins and helps with the Hamburg Town-Wide Clean up.
George’s future goal is to be an Olympic swimmer, specializing in freestyle and backstroke. She also plans on going to college.
She said that her favorite thing in the world is herfamily and swimming.
The character trait she believes is most important for continuing success is being trustworthy.
“People need to trust you, always tell the truth, people need to know you’re not lying,
George said.ASHLEY G. WOJNOWICZ
Ashley G. “Woj” Wojnowicz is the daughter of Joy Wojnowicz of Derby and David Wojnowicz of Florida. She is an eighth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for May.
In school, her favorite class is algebra. She plays the viola in orchestra and is also in chorus. She plans on trying out to be a cheerleader in school.
Outside of school Wojnowicz enjoys playing volleyball, going to the beach and the park and likes reading. She also rollerblades, as does her mother, and is a member of the Tonawanda team “Cereal Killers.”
Community involvement includes helping to teach dance at Suzannes School of Dance and helping clean up at the Evans Youth Baseball diamonds.
Wojnowicz’s future goal is to go graduate from Lake Shore High School in the top 10 of her class. She wants to attend college, but has not made a career choice yet.
Her favorite thing in the world is music and even on a bad day, music makes her happy.
The character trait she believes is most important for continuing success is honesty.
“Someone who always lies and is not trustworthy, is not honest with themselves. You need to believe in yourself, be honest about who you are,” Wojnowicz said.