Fredonia High School announces its selections for PRIDE Student of the Month for March.
Mackenzie Schanzlin is the PRIDE Student of the Month for 12th grade. Schanzlin is the daughter of Nancie Hermann. Schanzlin does not have a favorite teacher in school because, "I like all my teachers. I appreciate all the help and support they have given me."
Her hobbies, sports, and activities include swimming, yearbook, lifeguarding, drawing, painting and traveling to new/warm places. Schanzlin's plans following high school are to attend SUNY Fredonia. She has been accepted into the marketing program. The person in history Schanzlin admires most is "Susan B. Anthony. I admire her courage for fighting for women's rights and standing up for what she believed in." The most important thing Schanzlin has learned in school is to "trying your hardest. Besides the math, history, English and science information that I have learned, I would have to say that trying your hardest and always putting forth your best effort will bring success in the end."
Jacob Brown is the PRIDE student of the month for 11th grade. Brown is the son of Peter Brown and Diane Brown. Brown enjoys math and World of Tech. His hobbies include cross country, swimming, track and field, Key Club and serving as Quest junior leader. Brown's plans after high school are to attend college and major in engineering. Brown's favorite teacher is Mrs. Terrill because she makes learning easy. The people in history that Brown admires are "The Wright Brothers. They were innovative and had the courage to try things that had never been done before." Brown noted that the most important thing he has learned in school is time management - "I can use that for the rest of my life."
Alexandra Cobb is the PRIDE Student of the Month for 10th grade. Cobb is the daughter of Steve Cobb and Mya Hafez Nezami. Cobb's favorite teacher in school is Ms. Vanderzyden, "because she's really fun and great at violin. I have also learned so much from her." Her hobbies, sports, and activities include running track, soccer, playing violin and reading. The person Cobb admires most is "my dad because he's a hard worker and also really funny." The most important thing Cobb has learned in school is to "not to wait until the last minute to do work."
Jillian Stonefoot is the PRIDE Student of the Month for ninth grade. Stonefoot is the daughter of Lisa and Dan Stonefoot. Stonefoot's favorite subject in school is art. Her hobbies, sports, and activities include dance. Stonefoot's plans following high school are unsure. Stonefoot does not have a favorite teacher because "I like all of them." The people Stonefoot admires are her grandparents because "they do a lot for me." The most important thing Stonefoot has learned in school is to "be yourself, because people like you for you."