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Bright, Leach receive MAHS Student of the Month honors

Posted 2/28/18

Zoey Renee Bright and Tre Thomas Leach are the Middletown Area High School Students of the Month for February.

Bright is the daughter of Earl and Karen Bright.

School activities include choir, …

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Bright, Leach receive MAHS Student of the Month honors

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Zoey Renee Bright and Tre' Thomas Leach are the Middletown Area High School Students of the Month for February.

Bright is the daughter of Earl and Karen Bright.

School activities include choir, band, musical, fall play, wrestling manager, Spectrum GSA, Link Crew, National Honor Society, and Tri-M Music honors society

Her church and community activities include community theater at the Hershey Playhouse and Theater Harrisburg, volunteering with Caring Hearts Pet Therapy, and volunteering at Hershey Theater.

Her honors and awards include being a National Association of Teachers of Singing regional and chapter winner. She was a Hal Leonard Vocal Competition finalist.

She previously worked at the Middletown Swim Club and the Middletown Public Pool.

She plans to attend college and major in musical theater.

“I am very thankful to be chosen for February’s Student of the Month. I am grateful to be in a school district and community that provides a tremendous amount of academic and extracurricular activities. Thank you to all of my teachers and peers for constantly supporting me, and thank you again for this honor.”

Leach is the son of Thomas and Jennifer Leach.

His school activities include MiniTHON, assisting in Life Skills class, Link Crew, basketball, track and field and football.

Community activities include helping with Youth Club football and running the basketball clock.

Honors and awards include the honor roll, David H. Degler Award (football), and numerous all-league awards in sports.

He is a host/busser at Hoss’s Steak and Sea House.

He plans to attend a four-year college and major in special education.

His career goals are to be a teacher and coach at Middletown.

“I would like to thank all of the staff who nominated me. There are so many students in Middletown who deserve this award, so I am very grateful for it.”