West Genesee names September Seniors of the Month

Libby Byrne

Libby Byrne is the daughter of Jim and Kathy Byrne. She has one older brother, Mke, who graduated from SUNY Geneseo in 2009, and two older sisters, Molly and Maggie, who are both currently attending the University of Notre Dame.

Libby works hard in school and takes advantage of the many challenging courses her school offers. Throughout high school she has enjoyed taking classes that allow her to push herself. She will have eight AP courses and one SUPA course by the end of the year. She has been named an AP scholar with honor and maintained high honor roll for all her years in high school.

Besides academics, Libby gets a lot out of school. She has played the cello since third grade and has been a member of West Genesee's symphony since tenth grade. Libby's love for music spills into dance as she has been dancing for 10 years. She is a member of the school's dance ensemble and also takes classes outside of school at CNY Performing Art Center. In addition to fine arts, Libby is a member of the women's varsity lacrosse team.

Libby is also a member of many clubs at school. She participates in math league, class senate, National Honor Society, Diversity, SADD, and is a board member for the Ambassador Program.

Libby is not sure where she will attend next year but she hopes to study science of business.

Dan Hoffman

Dan Hoffman is the son of Eileen and Richard Hoffman. He has one brother, Chris, who graduated from West Genesee in 2005 and received his B.S. in childhood education from SUNY Cortland in 2009.

Dan has sought to challenge himself academically throughout high school. Upon graduation, he will have completed eight A.P. courses; two semester-long SUPA courses; and the Odyssey Program. In addition he is an AP Scholar with Honor and has qualified for recognition in the National Merit Scholarship Proram. He is a member of the National Honor Society and is currently ranked in the top 10 of the senior class.

Vote on this Story by clicking on the Icon


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment