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High School names top students for September/October 2018

Six students at Southwestern Central High School have been selected as Students of the Month for September/October 2018. Congratulations to freshman Hiba Munir, sophomores Cora Casselman and Clara Todd; juniors Dawn Roller and Chloe Peters; and senior Lily Constantino on their accolades.

Grade 9

Hiba Munir

Hiba Munir

Freshman Hiba Munir’s favorite subjects are science and studio in art. She participates in Varsity tennis and track and field. Among her favorite activities is spending time with her sister who has autism. “I love helping people with special needs,” says Hiba. Her future plans are pursuing the field of medicine, with the possibility of becoming a neurosurgeon. She is the daughter of Lakewood residents Adnan and Nadia Munir.  

 

Grade 10 (tie)

Cora Casselman

Cora Casselman 

Sophomore Cora Casselman loves global studies and playing soccer and basketball. She plans on a career in sports medicine. She is the daughter of Jamestown residents Casey and Jamie Casselman.

 

 Clara Todd

Clara Todd

Sophomore Clara Todd’s favorite subject is history, and her interests include music, running, reading, traveling, art, and spending time with family. She has plans to enter the field of medicine. She is the daughter of Lakewood residents David and Rosanna Todd.  

 

Grade 11 (tie)

Chloe Peters

Chloe Peters  

Junior Chloe Peters loves English and AP biology, as well as the arts, writing, and reading. Her plans after high school include college and a career in biology or engineering science. She is the daughter of Lakwood residents Gary and Jen Peters. 

 

Dawn Roller

Dawn Roller 

Junior Dawn Roller enjoys physics and French, plays the flute, and is a member of Envirothon. Her plans after college are as yet undetermined. She is the daughter of Busti residents Matthew and Jennifer Roller.   

Grade 12

Lily Constantino

Lily Constantino 

Senior Lily Constantino’s favorite subject is art, and she is a participant in Varsity volleyball and track, plays piano, and is an avid reader. Her post-graduation plans include college and a career as a special education teacher.  She is the daughter of Kristi and Brian Wragge of Lakewood, and Aaron Constantino of Ashville. 

 

Well done, ladies.