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Medina High School Names January Students of the Month

Medina High school has named its January Students of the Month seniors Abby Acierto and Isabella Scott.

Abby is conscientious, kind, and has a great sense of humor. She is a hard worker who expects the best from herself and those around her. She balances her demanding work ethic with a wry sense of humor, an unfailingly friendly demeanor, and a level-headed and mature self-awareness.

Abby’s class schedule consists of Honors and Advance Placement courses. She earned the Medina High School Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude her freshman, sophomore, and junior years. She is vice president and member of the National Honor Society, and HUDDLE, Key Club, Fellow of Christian Students, and HOPE Squad. She is a member of the Medina High School Girls Cross Country and Track teams and a member of the Honors Senior Concert Choir.

Abby volunteers in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center as a peer tutor and at her church. She works at Lemonberry and is a dog sitter in her spare time. She plans to attend Butler University, major in Health Sciences to pursue a Physical Therapy track. Abby is the daughter of Sheri Hartman and Drew Acierto.

Isabella (Bella) is kind and thoughtful, and her gentle demeanor allows her to engage people positively. She is impressively mature and has a contagious cheerful attitude. She has the heart to serve and work with children of different abilities and ages.

Isabella’s class schedule consists of Advance Placement and College Credit Plus courses. She earned the Medina High School Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude her junior year. Bella is a member of the National Honor Society and Medina Law Enforcement Explorer Post 2552 for the past three years, currently serving as secretary. She participates in the MCPAL after-school program at Garfield Elementary School, a youth crime prevention program that utilizes education and athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and Medina County youth. She has also volunteered as a peer tutor in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center.

Bella works at Western Reserve as a dietary aid and at the Medina Recreation Center with their children’s programs. She plans on continuing her education at Kent State, majoring in criminal justice, and is considering law school. Isabella is the daughter of Robert and Lisa Scott.