Liam Agan, Nominated by: 9th Grade Big Team – Liam is one of the hardest working students we have on our team. He embraces all challenges, regardless of subject material, and seeks additional supports when needed to make sure all of his assignments are quality work. He welcomes and uses feedback from all of his teachers and had a very successful first quarter.
Vasiliki Anemikos, Nominated by: Karen Tatko, Math – Lili always came to class with a positive attitude and willingness to go the extra mile. Lili always strives to for perfection and enthusiastically accepts a challenge.
Jessica Attig, Nominated by: 10th Grade Mini Team – Jessica is a hard-working and dedicated student who is an absolute pleasure to have in class. She has many insights to offer her teachers and peers and genuinely improves the educational setting she is put into. Keep up the good work, and thank you, Jessica!
Kwang-Rei Baek, Nominated by: Courtney Reckord, Art – Kwang Rei is taking my metalworking class, and she is excelling in all areas of the class. She is focused, her work is very high quality and she is going above and beyond to do extra more advanced work.
Elizabeth Bashaw, Nominated by: 10th Grade Big Team – Elizabeth has impressed our team with her desire to do well. As a new student to Milton High School this year, her positive attitude and willingness to learn have allowed her to get off to a great start.
Noah Baylis, Nominated by: 10th Grade Mini Team – Noah is both a strong academic and kind peer. He is engaged and enthusiastic about his learning and often inspires others to find significance in their own learning. His polite and modest manners are very much appreciated amongst his classmates and teachers.
Nichole Brady, Nominated by: Nicole Martel, 11th Grade Guidance Counselor – Nichole was the first junior student to take initiative and sign up for a college course at the University of Vermont for this coming spring.
Josh Circe, Nominated by: Karen Tatko, Math – Josh is a hard working individual who always strives for perfection and always willingly gives help to his peers.
Nick Demos & Chad Richardson, Nominated by: Matt Rector, 12th Grade Guidance Counselor – Nick and Chad are the first two students to be accepted to college in the Class of 2014. Congrats!
Aimee Deren, Nominated by: 9th Grade Mini Team – Aimee is being recognized for her outstanding character. Aimee is a returning MHS student and has been using her outgoing personality to help others in the classroom.
Laura Dickinson, Nominated by: Dustin Kemp, AP Statistics – Laura has been exemplary in her work, taking time to understand and show genuine understanding of the material. She is great to have in class.
Meghan Edwards, Nominated by: 9th Grade Big Team – Meghan has been an exceptional student from the beginning. Being a calm and caring individual, Meghan invites her peers to join her in the learning process with dignity that every student deserves.
Morgen Edwards, Nominated by: 9th Grade Mini Team – Morgen, while a bit quiet and reserved, is an absolute asset to every learning environment that is lucky enough to share her presence. Her passions – especially for history, non-fiction and law – combined with her dedication to succeed and excel, influence all of those around her.
Hailey Flynn, Nominated by: Karen Tatko, Math – Hailey’s energy brings joy to my classroom. Hailey’s passion and willingness to help her peers does not go unappreciated.
Hannah Franzak, Nominated by: Rick Scharf, AP Biology – Hannah has demonstrated a strong aptitude for biology. Her strong questioning and analysis and her willingness to revisit and improve work demonstrates her perseverance and pursuit of excellence.
Sophia Georgakis, Nominated by Case Newberry, Criminal Justice – Sophia is to be commended for her commitment to understanding the material, as well as her commitment to being a leader within the classroom.
Matt Granger, Nominated by: Karen Tatko, Math – Matt has character galore. He is respectful, responsible and has a wonderful sense of humor. He has a great taste in music, too!
Amin Habibovic, Nominated by: Dustin Kemp, AP Statistics – Amin has shown much more perseverance this last month; he is thoughtful and engaged in the material. He is great to have in class.
Abigail Halnon, Nominated by: 9th Grade Big Team – It has been really great to watch Abby come out of her shell and become more confident sharing her ideas with the class. She is very intelligent and has so much to offer in classroom discussions.
Sabrina Hardy, Nominated by: Amanda DeCarlo, Art – Sabrina is a very respectful and responsible student. She works hard in class and never causes a disturbance. She is always smiling and takes criticism well. She is also a very talented artist.
Grace Hickey & Kaitlin Reilly, Nominated by: Maryann Carlson, AP US History – Grace and Kaitlin have personified perseverance so far in AP U.S. History. Neither is satisfied with “good enough” in their work. I have been impressed with their work ethic and standards that they set for themselves.
Jacob Hoffman, Nominated by: 10th Grade Big Team – Jacob has really impressed the team this year. He has shown perseverance and tenacity in his work.
Kayla Holbrook, Nominated by: Case Newberry, Criminal Justice – Whether leading by example or by role, Kayla’s positive encouragement of her peers, and thoughtful engagement with the material, set a positive and purposeful tone in the class.
Samantha Howell, Nominated by: Karen Hammond, Chemistry – Sam is one of the top students in her chemistry class. She embraces all challenges with a positive attitude, works well with her peers and asks great questions.
Hannah Johnson, Nominated by: Lindsey Reynolds – AP English Literature and Composition – Hannah has a brilliant mind, and the most influential action of a person with such wonderfully creative ideas is to share those ideas with others. Hannah does so not only with her beautiful writing, but also through conversation and debate, making her an absolute pleasure to have in our English class.
Rylee Johnson, Nominated by: 10th Grade Mini Team – Rylee is a quiet, yet powerful, presence in the classroom. Her meticulous work is a reflection of her character and commitment to learning, both of which are considerable and noteworthy.
Ashley Lauziere, Nominated by: Rick Scarf, AP Biology – Ashley is a diligent student, always submitting the highest quality work. She demonstrated leadership on her team as they completed an excellent analysis of the Milton High School forest.
Colby Leavitt, Nominated by: 10th Grade Big Team – Colby’s positive attitude and kind demeanor is greatly appreciated in the classroom. He is always striving to do his best and is very conscientious about getting his assignments done in a timely manner. His sense of caring and respect toward others is especially noted when working with his peers.
Jordan Lehneman, Nominated by: 10th Grade Mini Team – Jordan is being nominated for her leadership. Whether she is leading a group through a discussion or giving critical feedback, Jordan’s voice is essential in our classes. We are grateful for what she brings to class every day and for her willingness and courage to tell it like it is.
Carly McNeil, Nominated by: Lindsey Reynolds – AP English Literature and Composition – Carly arrives in class each and every day with a bright smile and an eager mind, ready not only to absorb as much new learning as she possibly can, but also to share and express those ideas with others. Carly’s obvious passion for language and learning and life is positively contagious.
James Mulholland, Nominated by: Kaitlynn Oles & Maria Short – James is currently a 10th grader at Milton High School. James has grown to be a very mature, caring and hardworking young man. This year, James has been involved in a community service project, supporting a student with special needs. James shows a lot of compassion, initiative and investment in all that he pursues. James is a valued member of our community.
Josh Poirier, Nominated by: Karen Tatko, Math – Josh is a leader in the classroom. His participation and willingness to help others make him a standout Algebra II student.
Harrison Skinner, Nominated by: 9th Grade Big Team – Harrison has proven himself to be an extremely valuable member of our team. His solid work ethic, engaging personality and awesome sense of humor adds value to his classes and encourages others to rise to the occasion.
Abby Snow, Nominated by Kristy Corrow, Math – Abby comes to class always ready to work and enthusiastic. She is a role model to her peers and is highly respected by everyone.
Brandin VanTine, Nominated by: Amanda DeCarlo, Art – Brandin is very artistically gifted. It’s hard to believe he hasn’t had formal art training. In class, he is so extremely focused on his work that he rarely talks, even if everyone around him is talking.
Christina Watson, Nominated by: Karen Tatko, Math – Christina is a quiet leader in the classroom. Her willingness to support her peers while challenging herself doesn’t go unnoticed.