DVHS honors May Students of the Month

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Delaware Valley High School's Students of the Month have shown exceptional academic, vocational or athletic performance during May. They are being recognized by staff and administrators. Each received a Delaware Valley Warrior Nation T-shirt from administration, and their names will be displayed on the school announcement board in June. Pictured in the back row (from left): Melissa Kelleher, Student of the Month, grade 11, daughter of Paul and Elena Kelleher of Milford; Jack Moniot, Student of the Month, grade 9, son of Jan Moniot of Dingmans Ferry; and CJ Anderson, Athlete of the Month, grade 12, son of Craig and Cathy Anderson of Milford; middle row: Morgan Gifford, Athlete of the Month, grade 12, daughter of Michael and Renee Gifford of Milford; Darius Bermudez, Student of the Month, grade 10, son of Samuel and Cathy Burmudez of Milford; Sylvan Ortiz, Career Tech Student of the Month, grade 12, daughter of Chris and Lillian Ortiz of Milford; and Jack Doyle, Fine Arts Student of the Month, grade 12, son of Patrick and Diana Doyle of Milford; front row: Billy Everson, Achievement Award, grade 10, son of Kathy Everson of Dingmans Ferry; Julia Steele, Student of the Month, grade 12, daughter of Albert and Stephanie Stashluk of Dingmans Ferry; and Morgan Johns, Student of the Month, grade 12, daughter of Allen and Dawn Johns of Milford. (Photo provided)

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