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Milton Hershey School Seniors Honored as April 2023 Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Nevaeh Heverling and Reshikesh Neupane were selected as the April 2023 Rotary Club of Hershey Students of the Month. They each received a certificate from the Rotary Club and are eligible for a scholarship.

Nevaeh Heverling is one of the April 2023 Rotary Students of the Month.

Nevaeh Heverling is from Womelsdrof, Pennsylvania, and arrived at MHS in 2019 as a ninth grader. Since her arrival, Nevaeh has flourished through her academic achievements and leadership qualities. Nevaeh is the senior class president and club coordinator for the Learning Resource Center. She is very active in Visual and Performing Arts programs such as advanced tap, modern, ballet, jazz, and hip hop.  She also serves as a student teacher for dance classes at the elementary building.  During this past school year, she was the lead in the Fall play entitled “Trap” and participated in the Spring musical, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”  This past year, Neveah won the MHS Chairman Medallion Award for earning first place in the prepared speech category at the Skills USA competition.

Nevaeh is a member of the Army National Guard and after graduation, she will attend basic training to be a radar operator and a fire ranger while concurrently attending West Chester University and studying special education.

“I am extremely grateful for the adults in my life who encouraged me,” Nevaeh said.

Reshikesh Neapane is one of the April 2023 Rotary Students of the Month.

Reshikesh Neapane was born in Nepal and has been at MHS since tenth grade. Reshikesh is a member of Student Government Association and secretary for the National Honor Society. He mentors MHS elementary division students through the Milt to Milt program. Reshikesh is also a member of the Model United Nations Club and the Run Club.

Reshikesh has been accepted to Cornell University and will enroll this summer with plans to major in astrophysics. He hopes to work for NASA someday.

“I am extremely thankful for my family members and MHS teachers who pushed me to realize my potential,” Reshikesh said.

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