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Washington County Technical High School names Green, Tibbens students of the month

March 24, 2013

Cyane Green and Alex Tibbens were named students of the month for March at Washington County Technical High School.

Green is a senior in the criminal justice program at Tech High. 

She is enrolled in advanced-placement English language and composition and psychology, with a 3.42 grade-point average.

Her home school is Williamsport High School, where she participated in the Student Government Association as class secretary. 

Green volunteers at her local community center throughout the school year and summer.

In the summer, Green serves lunches to disadvantaged children and during the rest of the year helps with various holiday parties.

Green has been accepted to Benedict College in Columbia, S.C., where she plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in psychology. 

She has dreams of becoming a juvenile parole officer and opening her own group home for troubled youth. 

In her free time, Green enjoys being with her friends and family.

Green is active in her church, attending twice a week.

Tibbens is a senior in the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences program at Tech High.

His home school is Smithsburg High School. Tibbens’ academic courses include AP English language and composition, precalculus and college algebra. He maintains 3.50 grade-point average at Tech High and is enrolled at Hagerstown Community College as an Essence student.

Tibbens has many hobbies, including hunting, fishing, camping and hiking.

He is an avid morel mushroom “hunter.” 

Tibbens’ favorite activities are with his friends and family in the outdoors. A member of Boy Scout Troop 62, he obtained the rank of Eagle Scout in 2010.

He has volunteered in the Hagerstown community by participating in several math and science nights at Washington County elementary schools and HCC’s Tristate Technology Fair, where he represented his tech class. 

Tibbens has three years of retail work experience; he began working at age 14 and is  employed by AC&T. Accepted to multiple colleges, Tibbens plans to attend Hagerstown Community College in the fall to obtain an AAS degree in biotechnology and transfer to a four-year college. His goal is to work in the area of pharmaceutical research and development.

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