JHS Names January Students Of The Month

Jamestown High School January Students of the Month.

Jamestown High School officials recently named the school’s January Students of the Month. They are:

Macy Bailey, a freshman at Jamestown High School and daughter of Bob and April Bailey. Macy plays the French horn in Symphonic Band and is a member of the varsity bowling team. In her spare time, Macy works at Peak ‘n Peak as a junior ski instructor, and likes to ski at Holiday Valley. After graduation, she plans to have already gotten her cosmetics license at BOCES and then go to West Virginia University to get her business degree.

Troy Hamilton, a sophomore at Jamestown High School, is the son of Jessia Murphy and grandson of Michele and Gary Chamberlin. Troy is a hard worker in and out of school. He takes care of his grandmother and others who need him. Troy has received Student of Month during middle school. He has also received the Triple C award for commitment, character, and courage from the state Attorney General’s Office. After high school, Troy plans on going to college and work in the mental health field.

Myah Crossley, a junior at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Bill and Charity Crossley. Myah plays on the girls varsity soccer,varsity indoor track and varsity outdoor track teams. She is an Honor Roll student, well mannered, and respectful to teachers and peers. Myah works at Pick of the Litter taking care of animals. After graduation, Myah plans to be a veterinarian and attend Cornell University.

Elliott Krudys is a senior at Jamestown High School and is the son of Rob and Barb Krudys. Elliott is a co-president of the Broadcast Communications Club, an executive assistant of the Class of 2024, and an officer of the Jamestown High School A Cappella Choir. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and spends time volunteering at events for the organization. Elliott spends his free time running and cycling. After graduation, he plans to study computer science to make the world a better place through technology.


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