10:16 AM EST, March 7, 2011
Andrew Kronawetter and Jocelyn Sornson have been named Students of the Month for February at Washington County Technical High School.
Andrew is a senior enrolled in the computer repair and networking class at Tech High.
Andrew’s academic schedule includes AP English language studies, financial literacy and honors sociology. During his last period on his academic days, Andrew works with his computer repair and networking teacher, David Long, to enhance his curriculum and teaching resources for the junior class.
Andrew’s home school is North Hagerstown High School.
He maintains a 3.9 grade-point average, and works at the Washington County government building every Monday and Wednesday as an intern.
After he graduates, Andrew plans to attend college in the cyber-security field, and hopes to work as an ethical hacker to ensure safety of computer networks.
Andrew is a member of the National Technical Honor Society and a member of the National Society of Scholars.
He also is a member of the North Hagerstown High School Marching Band and Indoor Drumline, and served as the North Hagers-town High School Marching Band drum captain for the 2010 season.
Andrew would like to thank his parents, teachers and friends for their continued support and guidance in all of his endeavors.
Jocelyn is a senior in digital communication at Tech High, where her academic classes consist of advanced-placement English language, yearbook, teacher aide for digital communications, advanced-placement calculus and digital communications.
Her home school is Hancock Middle/Senior High School.
Jocelyn maintains a 4.11 grade-point average. After graduation, she will attend YWAM Boston for six months of DTS followed by a five-week mission in Ireland, Scotland and England. She then plans to attend a four-year university.
Jocelyn was captain of her varsity soccer team.
She also represented her country traveling to Holland through People to People International as a sports ambassador in soccer.
She is a member of the National Technical Honors Society and was voted in for the leadership position.
She has served as vice president for the Student Government and as an SGA representative.
Jocelyn was chosen as the HOBY representative for Hancock High School.
She also performs music for the children’s ministry at her church and is a member of its youth group.
She would like to thank her family and teachers for their support and dedication in helping her become the successful person she is today.
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