JHS Students of the Month – January 2014
JHS is proud to announce its January 2014 Students of the Month. Congratulations to these talented students!
Senior – Ashley Marsh
Ashley Marsh, a senior at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Thomas and Natalie Marsh. Throughout her high school experience Ashley has been an active member of Student Council, Student Organization, Spanish Club, and Honor Society. Ashley has been a member of the Chautauqua Lake Rowing Association for three years, on the competitive high school team, and she will begin her fourth year this spring. Through her participation on the team, her coaches have recognized Ashley with awards for Most Valuable Rower and Most Dedicated. After graduation, Ashley plans to attend Jamestown Community College where she will study elementary education.
Junior – Joe Mistretta
Joe Mistretta, a junior at Jamestown High School, is the son of Susan and David Mistretta. Joe is ranked in the top ten percent of his class and plays Varsity Football for the Red Raiders. Joe excels in football, and was selected for 1st team All-WNY and 3rd team All-State. Joe is also an active volunteer in church events and enjoys working out in his spare time. Joe plans to attend the University of Buffalo after graduation to study criminology.
Sophomore -Luci Ellis
Lucinda (Luci) Ellis, a sophomore at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Howard and Sophie Ellis. Luci is a co-treasurer of the sophomore class as well as an active member of Key Club and Girls’ Running Club. This past fall, Luci was captain of the Junior Varsity soccer team, she also plays indoor soccer at the Lakewood YMCA and Spring soccer with South Chautauqua United SC. In addition, Luci is preparing for her third season of Varsity golf in the spring. After graduation, she plans to study Psychology, and one day become a Pediatric Psychiatrist.
Freshman -Mackenzie Abbey
Mackenzie Abbey, a freshman at Jamestown High School, is the granddaughter of Suzanne and Delvin Abbey. Mackenzie plays the violin in orchestra, and the trombone in concert band and marching band. She was voted most musical, and selected to participate in All-county for several years. She is a member of the Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony and is also a member of Key Club. In her spare time, Mackenzie volunteers at the Humane Society. After graduation, she plans to study music and medicine.