Elissa Nolte, daughter of Ronald and Stephanie Nolte, has been recognized by Loyalsock Township High School's world language department as the February Student of the Month.
She has been on the honor and distinguished honor roll and she is a member of the National Art Honor Society.
Nolte's favorite classes include psychology, English and art history. She also has participated in a variety of extracurricular activities, including: varsity softball (9), track and field (10 and 11) and dance classes at St. John's School of the Arts for 14 years.
She is the NAHS secretary and an EcoACT member for two years. She also has participated in Students Against Destructive Decisions and Spanish Club as well as her youth group for the past five years.
She plans to attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania and major in clinical psychology.
Additionally, Nolte has volunteered at Sycamore Nursing Home, taught Bible school for five years, volunteered at St. Ann's vacation Bible school, participated in a mission trip in July 2013 and has co-taught a religious education class for three years.
In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering, dancing and spending time with friends and her family.
Emily Hoffman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Hoffman, has been recognized by Loyalsock Township High School's music department as the March Student of the Month.
Hoffman is a member of the National Honor Society, a four-year honor roll student and has been recognized recently as one of the Little League International's Carl E. Stotz Students of the Year. She has been a four-year member of the Lancer choir, knight music, women's ensemble, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Christian Club, student government and cross country, track and tennis.
A skilled vocalist, she also has been an part of the school's musicals for four years. Her future plans are to attend Brigham Young University, Utah, to major in elementary education.
Hoffman also has been a VolunTEEN at the Meadows Assisted Living Center, a member of the Mormon Helping Hands service projects, a volunteer tutor at Donald E. Schick Elementary School and has achieved the LDS young womanhood recognition award.
Leah Nason, daughter of Dr.'s Brad and Cheryl Nason, has been recognized by Loyalsock Township High School's science department as the April Student of the Month.
Nason has been a consistent recipient of the distinguished honor roll for four years. Her favorite subjects include various science courses, music and English.
She has been taking violin lessons since an early age and has become an accomplished violinist. She has been recognized as a Prudential Spirit of the Community award winner as a result of her many hours of community volunteer service. As the salutatorian for the class of 2014, Nason has participated in a host of extra-curricular activities including music, track and field, cross-country, Students Against Destructive Decisions and has participated in school musicals.
Nason also has participated in a variety of outreach projects through her involvement in the National Honor Society as well as through her church, locally.
She plans on attending the University of Rochester in the fall.
Alonna Soars, daughter of Blair and jean Ann Soars, has been recognized by Loyalsock Township High School's art department as the May Student of the Month.
Soars has been a consistent honor roll recipient and her favorite subject is English. She has lettered in soccer for four years, basketball for two years, Christian Club for four years and Key Club in student government for four years.
She plans on attending Penn State University and major in kinesiology with a minor in sports management. She also volunteers with various soccer initiatives around the area including the random acts of kindness program, coaching U-11 girls soccer team locally and she also has assisted in collecting canned goods for the Hurricane Sandy victims in New York.
Allison Czap, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Czap, has been recognized by Loyalsock Township High School's physical education department as the June Student of the Month.
A member of the National Honor Society, Czap has been on the honor roll and distinguished honor roll. She has participated in a variety of extracurricular activities and athletics including: Spanish Club, secretary; spirit club; Students Against Destructive Decisions, as historian; Key Club; and cross age teaching.
Czap is a veteran of varsity softball team for four years and captain in the 2011-12 school year. She plans to attend the University of the Sciences and major in physical therapy.
She has served the community through helping with vacation Bible school at St. Ann's Church and volunteering to help coach middle school girls softball.