Fredonia High School has announced its selections for PRIDE Students of the Month for February.
Margaret Foley is the PRIDE Student of the Month for 12th grade. Foley is the daughter of Ellen and Scott Foley. Her favorite subjects are biology and American history. Her hobbies, sports and activities include Student Council, Spring Musical, Cross Country Team and Quest. Foley's plans following high school are to attend ESF for environmental biology.
"There are so many teachers in this school I love, it would be hard to pick one or two," Foley said.
The people Foley admires are her parents because "they are always there to love and support me." The most important thing Foley has learned in school is to "be yourself" and take advantage of every opportunity.
Zachary Bunge is the PRIDE Student of the Month for 11th grade. Bunge is the son of Theresa and Doug Bunge. Bunge's favorite subject in school is math. His hobbies, sports, and activities include basketball and Medical Explorers. Bunge's plans following high school are to go to UB or another SUNY school and pursue the medical field. Bunge's favorite teacher is Mrs. Merwin because "her attitude in class and her personality always makes for a good time in class." The people Bunge most admires are both of his grandmothers because "they both are so strong and have both fought breast cancer." The most important thing Bunge has learned in school is "responsibility. Every teacher here has taught me that you need to take responsibility for your actions and you'll make it in life."
Michaela Tramuta is the PRIDE Student of the Month for 10th grade. Michaela is the daughter of Laurie and Dan Tramuta. Tramuta does not have a favorite subject in school because "they are all my favorites." Her hobbies, sports, and activities include cross country team, indoor track team, outdoor track team and the spring musical. Tramuta's plans following high school are to "be on Broadway, but we will see what happens!" Tramuta's favorite teachers are Mr. Paschke and Mrs. Nobles because "they both go overboard to help me understand math and science." The people Tramuta admires are her parents because "they love and support me every day." The most important thing Tramuta has learned in school is to "be yourself and work as hard as you can every day because it will all pay off in the long run."
Breanna Dahn is the PRIDE Student of the Month for ninth grade. Dahn is the daughter of Terry and Robert Dahn. Dahn's favorite subjects in school are math and DDP. Her hobbies, sports, and activities include softball, soccer, basketball, climbing and kayaking. Dahn's plans following high school are to "to go to college and play softball." Dahn does not have a favorite teacher because "I like all my teachers in school." The people Dahn admires are her parents because "they have taught me all I know." The most important thing Dahn has learned in school is to "how to deal with people and help others with their problems."