The Clymer Central School District is pleased to announce the Pirate Pride Students of the Quarter.
During each marking period faculty members nominate students in grades kindergarten to 4, 5 to 8 and 9 to 12 they feel are demonstrating leadership, academic improvement and excellence and service to school or community. Pirate Pride, the Character Education Committee at CCS, reviews the nominations and selects one student from each of the three grade level divisions.
The kindergarten to fourth grade Student of the Quarter is Mattison Heslink, daughter of Jon and Megan Heslink. Mattison is in the third grade. In school, Mattie likes math and spelling. Outside of school, she attends AWANA, Sunday school and church. Mattie has completed two years of tap, ballet and acrobatics. For relaxation, she enjoys singing, dancing, camping and reading books. When Mattie grows up, she would like to be a doctor.
Jenna Covey, a seventh grader and daughter of Elizabeth Covey and Jason Covey is the Student of the Quarter for grades 5 to 8. School activities include chorus and band. Jenna participates in the church youth group and Saturday morning basketball. She is on the honor roll and has received the Presidential Physical Fitness Award. For hobbies, Jenna enjoys playing basketball and snowboarding. She would like to play college basketball and earn a degree at Daemen College.
The ninth to twelfth grade Student of the Quarter is ninth grader Evan Woods. Evan is the son of Jon and Amy Woods. In school, Evan participates in FFA, Big Buddy Program, basketball, baseball, chorus and he is on the honor roll. Evan attends the Clymer United Methodist Church and sings in the choir. He is a volunteer at the Clymer Historical Society and works part-time at Lictus Keystone. Evan enjoys sports, snowmobiling, the outdoors and hanging out with his friends. When he graduates, Evan plans to attend college.