January 11, 2022- Elizabethtown Area High School seniors Allison Evans and Maxwell McCloud were named the Elizabethtown Rotary Club's Students of the Month for January. This program celebrates and recognizes student achievements by sustaining a culture of learning that values academic success and raises awareness of student contributions to the EAHS community.

Evans is the daughter of Andy and Jodie Evans of Elizabethtown. As a junior, the high school inducted Evans into the prestigious T.H. Ebersole Chapter of the National Honor Society for exhibiting the four pillars of scholarship, character, leadership, and service.

Academically, Evans was recognized for outstanding achievement and growth in Honors Biochemistry, Honors Chemistry, German 2, German 3, AP Psychology, and Honors US History as part of the high school's underclass awards program. She also received the Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award.

Evans holds leadership positions in numerous programs at the high school. She is Class of 2022 vice president, captain of the tennis team, co-editor of the school newspaper, and flute/piccolo section leader for the concert band. She is also a member of the bowling and track and field teams, the Roots & Shoots Club, and the Key Club. In addition, she is active with Mini-thon and the peer tutoring program. Her talents on the tennis court have earned her Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 2 Player-of-the-Year accolades, as well as section 2 and league all-star status. Evans was the high school's 2021 Homecoming Queen.
January 2022 Students of the Month
In the community, Evans works at Groff’s Meats. She is active with St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Middletown, PA.

Her plans after graduation include attending a four-year college and major in a science-related field.

McCloud is the son of Jeff and Elizabeth McCloud of Elizabethtown. Also, having exhibited outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service, the high school inducted Moyer into the prestigious T.H. Ebersole Chapter of the National Honor Society in the spring of his junior year.

McCloud is active in numerous school activities. He is head drum major for the marching band. He is a member of student council, the cross-country team, the track and field team, the Roots & Shoots Club, and the choir.

In the community, McCloud is employed at the Masonic Village Farm Market. He is active with United Church of Christ in Elizabethtown where he is a member of the youth choir.

After graduation, McCloud plans to attend a four-year college or university to study environmental science in hopes of working in a wilderness protection career.