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Lower Dauphin announces February Students of the Month

Posted 4/5/17

Seniors Megan Barr and Amy Waughen have been selected as Lower Dauphin High School Students of the Month for February.

Megan, the daughter of Tim and Laurie Barr, was recently recognized by the …

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Lower Dauphin announces February Students of the Month

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Seniors Megan Barr and Amy Waughen have been selected as Lower Dauphin High School Students of the Month for February.

Megan, the daughter of Tim and Laurie Barr, was recently recognized by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

She is an outstanding musician, student and community member. She is a four-year member of the band, where she plays French horn and mellophone; orchestra, where she plays cello; and the chorus. She is a two-year member of Believers in the Gospel and is a worship leader. She is a member of the National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society and Tri-M Music Honor Society.

Megan is co-president of the Women in STEM group and is secretary of SADD. She also participates in the Diversity Club, Envirothon and Science Olympiad.

In the community, she is very active in her church where she has is involved with the iBLAST ministry and participated in mission trips.

She plans to attend a smaller Christian college with a marching band and an accredited speech-language pathology department.

Amy was recently recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Amy, the daughter of Kristen Waughen, is an accomplished student and community member. In school, she is a three-year member of the yearbook staff, serving as editor this year. She was stage manager in the fall play and works in the tech crew with the spring musical. She is a three-year member of Class Council and French Honor Society where she served as treasurer. She is also a two-year member of the National Honor Society and the Math Honor Society, where she served as treasurer. She was on the swim team for three years and played tennis for two years. She volunteers as a buddy with Special Olympics and as a counselor in Lower Dauphin’s outdoor education program.

She will attend Binghamton University and major in actuarial science.