Staff

Kaitlyn Resline (Editor-in-Chief) is a senior at Red Lion Area Senior High School and in her third year of journalism. She participates in the Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, Orchestra, and Yearbook. She is also a member of National Honor Society and Tri-M. In the future, she plans to go to a four year college to major in Professional and Digital Media Writing or Marketing. She hopes to become a copywriter and later an author.

Genevieve Turner (Junior Editor-in-Chief; Sports Editor) is a junior at Red Lion Area Senior High School. She has been in Journalism for two years. Gen enjoys spending time with her family and watching Grey’s Anatomy. Her future plans are to attend a four-year college and pursue her career in journalism.

Shana Carey (Opinions Editor and Marketing Editor) is a junior at Red Lion Area Senior High School who is in Journalism 2. She is involved in the school musical, sings in multiple choirs, plays guitar in a jazz band, and writes for RLATV. Shana plans to go to school for college and travel the world while writing about different cultures and political systems.

Max Vigue (Multimedia Content Editor) is a junior at Red Lion Area Senior High School. Max is a writer and editor for the Leonid that specializes in multimedia content and entertainment. He is responsible for most of the video projects done by the Leonid along with covering other various forms of entertainment. His hobbies include wrestling, drawing, and creative writing. After graduation he intends on going to college to focus on becoming an author/comic writer/freelance journalist. 

Mrs. Carol Kelkis (Adviser, Journalism Teacher) has been advising Red Lion’s High School’s newspaper since 2007. A former York Dispatch correspondent and high school newspaper staff writer, Mrs. Kelkis combines years of experience with a genuine love of the news business to facilitate the creation of a multi-platform, student-friendly school publication. She was inspired by ISTE’s Philadelphia conference for educators to infuse technology into the school paper, which she views as an authentic learning experience that models news organizations in the “real world”. “Seeing the journalism program grow at Red Lion has been the source of true accomplishment for me. I am inspired by the students who work tirelessly at their unique, invaluable roles to produce a great source of news and pride for our school. It’s synergy at its best.” Holding a degree in English Education, and a Master’s Degree in Teaching and Curriculum, Mrs. Kelkis plans to continue advising The Leonid and bring the love of news to even more students.
Follow Mrs. Carol Kelkis on Twitter @CarolKelkis.