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Middletown Area High School honors Koser and Wagner as students of the month

Posted 3/20/19

The March Middletown Area High School Students of the Month are Jocilyn Koser and Clayton Wagner.

Jocilyn is the daughter of Antonio Koser and LaSonda Dixon. She is an honor roll student who is …

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Middletown Area High School honors Koser and Wagner as students of the month

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The March Middletown Area High School Students of the Month are Jocilyn Koser and Clayton Wagner.

Jocilyn is the daughter of Antonio Koser and LaSonda Dixon. She is an honor roll student who is active in Link Crew, National Honor Society and Youth and Government. She is also on the U.S. Inspired committee.

Jocilyn is a three-sport athlete who plays soccer, basketball and runs track and field. In track, she qualified for districts both her sophomore and junior year, where she collectively earned eighth in the 200-meter dash, eighth in the 300-meter hurdles, and seventh in the 200-meter dash.

Jocilyn has actively served with Olmsted Recreational Center in various capacities, previously worked at Giant, and is currently employed at Starbucks as a barista. After high school, Jocilyn plans on attending Temple University to study pre-law/political science in hopes of becoming a lawyer.

Clayton is the son of Dave Wagner and Susan Wagner. Clayton has been on the honor roll throughout his high school career.

Clayton is involved with many clubs such as National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America.

Clayton has participated in jazz band, concert band, soccer and baseball throughout his high school career. Clayton has been actively involved in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, in which he earned his Eagle Scout rank and is a member of the Order of the Arrow.

Clayton is involved with 4-H, where he finances and raises beef animals for showing and market. He has won the Champion Showman and Champion Steer at multiple 4-H events, and has attended several agricultural events at camps, conferences and at Penn State University.

Clayton previously worked for Ebersole Excavating and is now employed at Masonic Village Farm in Elizabethtown through the MAHS internship program.

After graduation, Clayton plans to study agribusiness at Penn State University for four years to eventually become a farm manager and start his own cattle farm.