Jamestown High School Honors November Students Of The Month
Jamestown High School has named its students of the month for November.
Cole Joly, a freshman at Jamestown High School, is the son of Richie and Sara Joly and grandson of Joe DiMaio. Cole plays football and baseball for Jamestown High School. In his free time, he likes to snowboard, play video games and spend time with his friends and family. After graduation, he plans to study aerospace engineering.
Celeste Roberts, a sophomore at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Christopher and Melissa Roberts. She previously played the flute in the Concert Band and the Marching Band. Celeste is also a member of the Key Club and participated in Read Across America. In her spare time, Celeste enjoys watching horror movies and doing special effects makeup. After graduation, she plans on attending the University at Buffalo to study biology and psychology, with the end goal of becoming a dentist.
Morgan Torrey, a junior at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Ken and Kathie Torrey. Morgan is the Squad Leader for the Drum Line for the JHS Marching Band. She also plays Percussion in Concert Band and sings in A Cappella. Morgan is a Thrower for the Indoor and Outdoor Varsity Track Teams. In addition, Morgan plays the drums for the 96 Highlander Scottish Pipeband and is a member of the Buffalo Heavies, a Kilted Throwers Club where she holds two records in the Junior Girl Division. She is also employed at Heritage Park in the Dietary Department. After graduation, Morgan plans on attending college to study nursing.
Spencer Trout, a senior at Jamestown High School, is the son of Sheri and John Trout. Spencer is a member of the Boys Varsity Soccer and Varsity Basketball teams. In his spare time, Spencer likes to spend time outside with his family and friends. After graduation, he plans to study biology at SUNY Cortland.