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Hoke and Tarczynski receive Lower Dauphin Student of the Month honors

Posted 4/26/17

Lower Dauphin High School seniors Mary Kate Tarczynski and Kylie Hoke recently were selected as Students of the Month for March.

Tarczynski was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown. The …

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Hoke and Tarczynski receive Lower Dauphin Student of the Month honors

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Lower Dauphin High School seniors Mary Kate Tarczynski and Kylie Hoke recently were selected as Students of the Month for March.

Tarczynski was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown. The daughter of Matt and Krista Tarczynski, she is an accomplished athlete, student and community member. In school, she is a four-year member of the field hockey team and track and field team. She is a four-year member of the Student Council and the National Honor Society. She is a three-year member of the Math Honor Society and National English Honor Society and a two-year member of the National Science Honor Society, National History Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society. She also participated in Volunteen for three years and is active with the school’s Mini-THON effort.

In the community, she is a counselor in field hockey camps and clinics and is a youth track coach. She will attend the Appalachian State University, where she will continue her field hockey career and major in biology or chemistry.

Hoke was recognized by the Hummelstown Women’s Club. The daughter of Bryan and Kerry Hoke, she is an outstanding athlete, student and community member. She is a four-year member of the girls lacrosse team. She is a three-year member of the National Honor Society and a member of the National Science Honor Society. She also participated in the Believers in the Gospel group and worked as a buddy with Special Olympics.

In the community, she is very active in her church where she has participated on mission trips. She also is a study buddy at Nye Elementary School with Lower Dauphin Communities That Care and helps with children’s lacrosse clinics.

She hopes to attend Biola University in southern California and major in nursing.