Achievements & Honors

Honor Roll

* First Marking Period

Student of the Month

 

March: Haley Hendricks
Haley Hendricks, a senior in the Health Professions program at Columbia-Montour Area Vo-Tech School, has been named student of the month for March. She is the daughter of John-Paul Hendricks and Angela McCormick of Danville and Nicole and Dustin Bowes of Eden, North Carolina. Haley is a member of the National Honor Society and SkillsUSA. At SkillsUSA district competition, Haley placed fourth in Medical Math her sophomore year, second in Basic Health Care her junior year, and first for Basic Health Care her senior year and will be competing at the State level in April. Haley also serves as President of SkillsUSA. She has achieved Distinguished Honor Roll every marking period since 9th grade. Haley participates in softball and also serves as a school ambassador. In her free time, Haley volunteers at Camp Victory as a Junior Counselor for Camp Courage. After graduation, Haley will attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania to study nursing.

February: Kiya Mundrick
Kiya Mundrick, a senior in the Health Professions program at Columbia-Montour Area Vo-Tech School, has been named student of the month for February. She is the daughter of Katrina King of Danville and Joshua Mundrick of Washingtonville. Kiya is a member of the National Honor Society, Youth in Philanthropy, SkillsUSA and Captain’s Club. During SkillsUSA competition, Kiya placed second in medical math at districts her junior year, and placed first in nurse assisting at districts during her senior year; Kiya also serves as treasurer of SkillsUSA. She has achieved Distinguished Honor Roll every marking period since 9th grade and is ranked number two in her class. Kiya has been a member of the Football Cheerleading squad for the past three years and serves as captain this year. She serves as a school ambassador during community events for the school. After graduation, Kiya will attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania to study nursing with the goal of becoming a pediatric nurse.

January: Kodie Bloom
Kodie Bloom, a senior in the Food Preparation and Service program at Columbia-Montour Area Vo-Tech School, has been named student of the month for January. She is the daughter of Jennifer Hiller of Shickshinny and Scott Bloom of Berwick. Kodie has achieved Honor Roll multiple times during her high school career. She participated in basketball and softball for the past four years, earning a letter and pin each year; during her sophomore year, she participated in soccer, where she received a letter. Kodie was a member of FCCLA during 10th and 11th grade, where she competed in the area of advocacy at Nationals during her junior year. She has also served as a school ambassador. A participant of the Co-op program, Kodie is employed as a dietary aide by The Gardens at Orangeville. After graduation, Kodie plans to attend Luzerne County Community College to study hospitality management.

December: Kelsey McWilliams
Kelsey McWilliams, a senior in the Carpentry and Construction program at Columbia-Montour AVTS, has been named student of the month for December. She is the daughter of Timothy and Cindy McWilliams of Bloomsburg. Kelsey is a member of the National Honor Society and the ski club. She has achieved Honor Roll status several times throughout high school and was a recipient of a Ram PRIDE award. Kelsey participates in our co-op program and is employed by Sharrow Construction Services, LLC. of Bloomsburg, as a carpenter. After graduation, Kelsey plans enter the workforce.

November: Aunide Lindner
Aunide Lindner, a senior in the Cosmetology program at Columbia-Montour AVTS, has been named student of the month for November. She is the daughter of Jeffrey and Jacalyn Lindner of Stillwater. Aunide is a member of National Honor Society, Youth in Philanthropy,  and SkillsUSA.  She has achieved Honor Roll every marking period since 9th grade and has also received a School Counts! Certificate for the past three years.  Aunide has been a member of the Soccer team for the past four years, where she has received a letter and pin each year and serves as co-captain this year; she also participates in Basketball. She has been awarded a RAM Pride Award and serves as a school ambassador. Aunide is actively involved in her Youth Group through Stillwater Christian Church.  After graduation, Aunide plans to attend college to study International Fashion Marketing and Trade.

October: Spencer Schu
Spencer Schu, a senior in the Building Trades program at Columbia-Montour AVTS, has been named studentof the month for October. He is the son of Edward and Donna Schu of Elysburg. Spencer serves as a student ambassador for his vocational program for the annual open house event. Over the summer, he was employed by Silvertip Inc. out of Lewisburg as a laborer, working on pipefitting and duct work. Spencer participates in the Cooperative Education program and is currently employed by Ponduce Farms in Elysburg, where he performs building maintenance, field work, and equipment repairs. He has earned his NCCER Electrical, Level 1 and Carpentry, Level 1 certifications; Spencer is currently working on his OSHA 10 Certification.  Upon graduation, Spencer plans to work full time at Silvertip Inc. as a technician.

September: Maverick Kramer
Maverick Kramer, a senior in the Machining Technology program at Columbia-Montour AVTS, has been named student of the month for September. He is the son of Donna and William Kramer of Millville. Maverick is a member of Youth in Philanthropy, National Honor Society, and VTTV. He is currently ranked number one in his class, and has achieved Distinguished Honor Roll every marking period since 9th grade. Maverick has also received a School Counts! Certificate for the past three years.  He has participated in baseball, cross-country and wrestling for the past four years. Maverick was named Rookie of the year in baseball his freshman year, and was first team all-stars in baseball his junior year. He has been a member of 4H for six years, where he shoots trap and skeet; Maverick will be competing in Nationals this year. After graduation, Maverick is planning to attend University of Rochester and major in mechanical engineering.