Students of the Month at Chautauqua Lake Central School, honored for November and December achievements, are Ian Clute, Logan Dulmus, Abigail Andriaccio, Deric Tebalt, Devin Pope and Jewel Middleton. The student recognition program honors students in grades seven through 12 whose classroom performance, attitude toward learning, work ethic and extra-curricular activities set them apart.
Senior Ian Matthew Clute is the son of Ken and Jill Clute of Mayville. History is Ian's favorite subject. Ian competes on the CLCS varsity basketball and baseball teams and is a member of National Honor Society. Outside of school he enjoys four wheeling, snowmobiling, working on the farm, attending basketball and baseball camps, and lifeguarding. After graduating from high school, he plans to attend a four-year college. When asked what person in history he admires, Ian said Jackie Robinson, "because of his courage and how he overcame the impossible by breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball." If he could be another person for one day, Ian would choose LeBron James, because "of the fame and to be able to play basketball professionally."
Math, science, and history are the favorite subjects of junior Logan Dulmus, son of Marlena Hemenway of Ripley. Logan enjoys fitness and lifts weights at least three times a week. After high school Logan's current plan is to attend college and major in software engineering. He admires Albert Einstein for the way Einstein used his intelligence. To be another person for a day, Logan would like to be Bill Gates, "just to see what it is like to have all of that money available to do anything I wanted with it."
Sophomore Abigail Rose Andriaccio, who is the daughter of Nick and Sally Andriaccio of Mayville, selects math and science as her favorite subjects. Abby competes on the CLCS soccer and softball teams, is a member of Ski Club, and participates in Student Administration as the vice president of the sophomore class. Outside of school, Abby plays travel softball in Olean and indoor soccer at the Lakewood YMCA. After high school, Abby would like to attend Colorado University and become an engineer. If she could be another person for a day, she would choose Martin Luther King, Jr., because "he stood up for what he believed in and made a difference." If she could be another person for a day, Abby chose "Alex Morgan, because she is amazing at soccer and a great role model."
Deric Allen Tebalt is the son of Jennifer Tebalt of Ripley. Deric is a freshman who enjoys history and math. When he is not in school, he enjoys metal working. Future plans for Deric include "whatever the world throws my way."
Devin Pope, an eighth grader, is the son of Pat and Jill Williams of Ripley. Science is his favorite subject. Devin is avid about sports and plays on the CLCS basketball, baseball, and football junior varsity teams. Outside of school, he enjoys playing travel baseball, hanging out with friends, and playing other sports. After high school, he would like to go to college for sports medicine and to play basketball.
Seventh grader Jewel Middleton is the daughter of Jennifer and Chris Hawkins of Ripley. Her favorite classes are social studies, science, English, math, gym, Spanish, Home and Careers, technology, and art. Jewel plays both indoor and outdoor soccer. She is considering competing on the track and field team as well. After high school she would like to attend college, get a job, and have a career.
Teachers Amy Redman and Tara Reyda coordinate the Student of the Month recognition program in the secondary school.