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Lower Dauphin High School’s Kennedy, McIntire earn monthly student honors

Posted 5/15/19

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors.

Tanner Kennedy was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown as Student of the Month for April.

Tanner, the son of …

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Lower Dauphin High School’s Kennedy, McIntire earn monthly student honors

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors.

Tanner Kennedy was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown as Student of the Month for April.

Tanner, the son of Steven and Shirley Kennedy, is involved in the school’s Mini-THON as a captain, and participated in the theater program. He was “Harry” in this year’s production of “Mamma Mia!” and he participated in the musical all four years. He is a five-year veteran of Dramapalooza and directed a play last year. He’s been involved in the Men’s A Cappella for three years and is the Tenor 1 section leader. He participated in choir and chamber singers. He is a four-year member of the Young Democrats Club and a two-year member of the Diversity Club. He has been involved in the LD orchestra program since fourth grade. Tanner is a member of the National Science Honor Society and  a two-year member of the Math Honor Society. He serves as a mentor in Lower Dauphin’s outdoor education program.

He volunteers as a tutor in Lower Dauphin Communities That Care’s Study Buddy program and participates in the Health Career Exploration Program at the Hershey Medical Center.

He plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh and major in nursing.

Cassandra McIntire was named Young Woman of the Month for April by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Cassie, the daughter of Steve and Shelly McIntire, was selected for her commitment to service at the high school and in the community. She participated in band for three years. She is a two-year member of the National English Honor Society, and National Science Honor Society.

She played softball for three seasons. She is a two-year student representative on the Lower Dauphin Board of School Directors and participates in the Health Career Exploration Program at Hershey Medical Center. She is a mentor with Lower Dauphin’s outdoor education program.

She is active in her church and served as a Club Ophelia mentor with Lower Dauphin Communities That Care for four years.

She plans to attend a four-year college or university and major in biology with the goal of becoming a physician’s assistant.