DVHS announces its Students of the Month for February


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— Delaware Valley High School has selected the February Students of the Month. These students have shown exceptional academic, vocational or athletic performance during the month and are being recognized by the staff and administrators of the school.

Each of these students received a Delaware Valley Warrior Nation T-shirt from administration and their names will be displayed on the school announcement board during the month of March.

Pictured in the back row (from left):

David DeFreese, Career Tech Student of the Month, grade 12, son of David Sr. and Jill DeFreese of Milford

Joshua (JD) Flick, Student of the Month, grade 9, son of Dale and Denise Flick of Shohola

Sierra Gillan, Athlete of the Month, grade 9, daughter of Brian and Kristen Gillan of Dingmans Ferry

John McCarthy, Athlete of the Month, grade 12, son of Robyn Ficken of Milford

Thomas (TQ) Smith, Student of the Month, grade 12, son of Thomas and Lisa Smith of Shohola

Front row:

Abbey McFeely, Student of the Month, grade 10, daughter of Sean and Amy McFeely of Dingmans Ferry

Christian Secular, Student of the Month, grade 11, son of Ricardo and Marivon Secular of Dingmans Ferry

Destiny Lourenco, Fine Arts Student of the Month, grade 11, daughter of Bonnie Dzyak of Milford

Jagger Carroll, Achievement Award, grade 10, son of Paul and Heather Jasso of Matamoras



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