Students of the Month

Rotary's Student of the Month program runs August - May every year; for more information, please contact Jill Craig. You may view previous Students of the Month below...


October 2016

Kayla Cornell & Zachery McNaughton

The Mount Joy Rotary Girl of the Month for October is Kayla Cornell, daughter of Ron and Bonnie Cornell of Mount Joy. Kayla stands out among her peers for her achievements and successes in the areas of academics and performing arts. Kayla’s excellence in the area of academics has led to her membership in the National Honor Society (11-12) and the National Music Honor Society (11). Kayla is a participant in the Donegal Performing Arts (10-12) and has taken such roles as Liesl in “The Sound of Music” and Cinderella in “Cinderella.” Additionally, she is a member of the Cheerleading Team (10-12), Link Crew (11-12), and the Prayer Group (9-12). Kayla is a candidate on the DHS 2016 Homecoming Court.
Outside of school, Kayla enjoys spending her free time participating in her family’s gospel singing group.
After graduation, Kayla plans on attending cosmetology school. Her dream is to eventually open a salon with her sister. She desires to continue singing with her family and to fulfill God’s plans for her life!

The Mount Joy Rotary Boy of the Month for October is Zachery McNaughton, son of Fred and Sharon McNaughton of Mount Joy. Zack is the Treasurer for his senior class and is an active participant in various school organizations, such as Marching Band (12), Rhythm Singers (11-12), and Key Club (11). Zack’s passion for technical support has led to his participation in the AV Club (5-12) and the Donegal Performing Arts Club (9-12). Whether he is in front of the camera or behind the scenes, Zack has been involved in Donegal News Network during his entire high school career. Additionally, Zack is a member of Link Crew, a group of upperclassmen encouraging and welcoming the incoming freshmen.
Zack attends Manheim Brethern in Christ Church. In his free time, he enjoys playing the ukulele and guitar and performing with his dad during children’s concerts. Zack has gained valuable work and life experience by volunteering his free time at WJTL.
After graduation, Zack plans on furthering his education by attending a 4-year college/university, where he will study electrical engineering.