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WG names April seniors of the month

Justin St. Louis is the son of Joe and Sharon St. Louis. Justin has one brother who graduated from Cicero-North Syracuse.

Throughout high school, Justin has had a strong desire to learn more about the past. He has taken Syracuse University classes and Advanced Placement classes in history. He has received honor or better each marking period of his academic career.

Outside the classroom Justin takes part in many extracurricular activities, ranging from political debates to athletics. He is an award-winning delegate for the West Genesee Model United Nations representing the United States. He also was a two-time varisty letter achieving athlete of the West Genesee High School football program. He is also a member of the National Honor Society. Justin will be testing for his black belt in August in the Korean art of Tae Kwon Do.

One thing that Justin has a strong belief in is his faith in God. It is because of this faith that he became a religious education teacher for Our Lady Peace Parish in Lakeland. Through his church he has done many things to help those less fortunate. One example of this service is that he helps serve Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners at the Rescue Mission every year. He has also helped start a refugee relief fund at his church for those coming to America from war-torn countries.

Just will major in criminal justice at Cortland State with the hopes of working in the Department of Homeland Security.

Meagan Humphrey is the daughter of Michael and Joanne Humphrey. Meagan has three sisters, Jamie Abdo, Christie Sauve and Hannah Humphrey.

Throughout her high school career Meagan has developed a strong interest in psychology and science. She has taken challenging courses such as advanced placement calculus and English, and SUPA courses in psychology and sociology. She has earned a high honor roll designation each marking period from middle school through high school.

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