MHS Graduation To Take Place On June 2
Named as valedictorian of the Class of 2011 is Valerie Nicole Green, daughter of Richard and Chanda Green.
During her high school career, Green has achieved the honor of being on the distinguished honor roll 16 times. She has also compiled numerous other academic awards, the most recent being the United States Army Reserves Scholar Athlete Award.
Green has participated in many organizations and events including American Cancer Society, Walk for Diabetes, Alumni and Friends Association and Students Against Destructive Decisions. She is a member of National Honor Society, Varsity Club, varsity basketball, where she was the captain and earned a spot at the Blue Mountain Franklin-Fulton Senior All-Star Classic and also varsity volleyball, where she led her team as setter and captain to an ICC South Division championship and also a District 5 runner-up title.
Green currently works at Sheetz in McConnellsburg and will be attending Shippensburg University in the fall majoring gin elementary education with a concentration in prekindergarten through fourth grade. She will also pursue a minor in Spanish.
Conrad Joshua Glazier, class salutatorian, is the son of Curtis and Lori Glazier. during high school he was a member of the National Honor society, FFA and Students Against Destructive Decisions.
Glazier helped restore the old high school for his senior program. He plans to attend WyoTech in Blairsville, Pa., majoring in diesel technology.
Kirsten Elaina Mellott is the senior with the third highest scholastic average. She is the daughter of Jeff and Kim Mellott.
Kirsten has been involved in FFA, Students Against Destructive Decisions, band, chorus, marching band, National Honor Society, yearbook, senior play, volleyball, and Lady Spartan track and field. She also serves as Class of 2011 treasurer and is a member of Pleasant Ridge Church of the Brethren.
For her community service project she volunteered through CEF (Child Evangelism Fellowship) to teach students for a week at good News Camp in Needmore during the summer. She partnered with a fellow classmate to produce an elementary talent show for her senior project.
Mellott plans to attend Saint Francis University in the fall, majoring as a physician assistant.
Ryan Lee Corbett, son of the late Roger and Maria Corbett, brother of Lissa Corbett, achieved the fourth highest scholastic ranking in the class. He received the President’s Education Award for outstanding academic excellence. He is involved in the National Honor Society.