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Carson, Kurtz get MAHS Student of the Month honors

Posted 4/19/17

Middletown Area High School seniors Mitchell Carson and Arianna Kurtz recently were selected as Students of the Month for April.

Mitchell Carson is the son of Steven and Krisaundra Carson.

He …

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Carson, Kurtz get MAHS Student of the Month honors

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Middletown Area High School seniors Mitchell Carson and Arianna Kurtz recently were selected as Students of the Month for April.

Mitchell Carson is the son of Steven and Krisaundra Carson.

He is involved in bowling, tennis, marching band, concert band, chorus, county chorus, the fall play and musical, PRIDE Club, WMSS, TV production, honor roll and Mr. Middletown. He was PRIDE club secretary during his junior year. He was bowling co-captain his senior year, as well as WMSS assistant manager.

He is involved with the Grace United Methodist Youth program (GUMY) in Hummelstown, and does community service through church.

He was part of the league champions in bowling, 2013-2014 and 2014-2015. He qualified for districts in bowling, 2015-2016, and participated in Senator for a Day. He won an award for covering local sports on the radio. He was part of the marching band that won the Tournament of Bands Atlantic Class 2A Championship in 2016.

He works a volunteer radio shift at WMSS.

He plans to attend HACC for one year and then transfer to Millersville University, majoring in media and broadcasting.

He said he was “extremely honored to have been chosen student of the month. There are many deserving seniors and I am very honored that I was able to stand out to have been chosen.”

Arianna Kurtz is the daughter of Danyelle and Paul Kurtz.

She is involved in Linkcrew; Pinnacle nurse aide program; Epidemiology Challenge and EPI mentor, Kunkel Elementary School; yearbook; and band.

She has earned a CNA certificate. Employment includes Sharp Shopper ( 1½ years) and a new CNA job at Frey Village.

She plans to attend York College to become a registered nurse. She said she was “shocked and excited” to be selected as Student of the Month.

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