Milton High School’s Students of the Month – October 2013
Kyle Apgar, Nominated by: 10th Grade BIG Team
Kyle does excellent work, really likes to participate in the classrooms and goes the extra mile to understand material.
Maddie Beaudry, Nominated by: Courtney Reckord
Maddie is a very talented artist. She is focused in class and is receptive to feedback and always wants to make her work better. She is a pleasure to have in class.
Connor Beaupre, Jeremy Lamotte & Alex Nichols, Nominated by: Trevor Wagar & Jim O’Grady – Physical Education
Jeremy, Connor and Alex all go about their business in class every day. When they are working on their fitness goal, they all give great effort towards their personal goals. They are positive role models to their classmates and teammates during all team activities in class. These students make the class a better place each day by their actions.
Alex Dooley, Nominated by: 9th Grade MINI Team
Alex walks into class each day with a smile on his face and a notebook in hand, not only ready but eager to learn. His positivity is contagious. And his genuine sincerity, ardent determination and unconditional respect for others make Alex an honor to share a classroom with – for both teachers and students.
Adam Dragosljvich, Nominated by: Maryann Carlson, AP US History
Adam has become a “go to” person in his AP class. I appreciate how he is willing to take academic risks and participates often. He also uses his time well in class and asks great questions!
Fletcher Eddy, Nominated by: Courtney Reckord
Fletcher is a pleasure to have in class. He is a great role model in class and is always willing to help. His work is creative and unusual, and he is a positive member of the classroom community.
Megan Fanning, Nominated by: Courtney Reckord
Megan is a super addition to the classroom. She has a positivity that just radiates and is so wonderful to have in class. She is super focused and does high quality work.
Jayson Felix, Nominated by: 9th Grade BIG Team
Jayson brings a sense of calm understanding to the classroom. His stoic, and insightful, demeanor encourages his fellow students to be successful.
Cheyenne Fitzpatrick, Meredith Holbrook & Cece Vestrand, Nominated by: Trevor Wagar & Jim O’Grady – Physical Education
Cheyenne, Meredith and Cece are very focused students in class and are always asking questions about how to get better. They have been putting in the work toward their personal goals and serve as an example of what we want from all students. They fully participate in all our activities without hesitation, as they realize that our intention is toward health and wellness within the activity.
Andrew Gadbois, Nominated by: John-Paul Lavoie
I would like to commend Andrew for truly “going the extra mile.” Andrew was the youngest finisher at the Vermont Spartan Ultra-Beast – a 28-mile obstacle course race at Killington.
Paige Hibbard, Nominated by: 10th Grade BIG Team
Paige has demonstrated a strong desire to have a successful year at the start of this school year. She has shown that she cares about her learning and the learning process.
Joshua Hinchman, Nominated by: 10th Grade MINI Team
Joshua’s teachers would like to commend him for his willingness to take risks in the classroom. Joshua has stepped up as a leader, particularly in his willingness to ask important questions.
Meredith Holbrook, Nominated by: 10th Grade MINI Team
From the very first day of class, Meredith has exhibited admirable qualities as an academic, peer, and young lady. She practices respectful discourse and inspires others with her intrinsic motivation to learn. Meredith is already a distinguished student.
Kyle Lebeau, Nominated by: 10th Grade MINI Team
Kyle is an exceptional student that brings enthusiasm into each classroom he visits. He is engaged during lessons, he asks great questions and he cares truly about his learning and not just the grade attached to it.
Connor Lessard, Nominated by: Angela King, Spanish II
Connor is being recognized for his academic achievement in Spanish II. He is always participating in class, respectful of others and turns in quality work. He is diligent and is always applying himself by taking on the more challenging activities offered in class. Bravo, Connor!
McKayla Lucia, Nominated by: 9th Grade BIG Team
McKayla is off to a great start. We have been particularly impressed with her ability to advocate for herself and keep the focus on her academics. She is a hardworking and determined individual and is a role model for her peers.
Chyann McMullen, Nominated by: Amanda DeCarlo
Chyann is a wonderful new addition to our school community. She is a very hard worker, and it shows through her projects.
Ryan Merkx, Nominated by: 9th Grade BIG Team
Ryan has been nominated for his outstanding attitude toward the opportunity of being educated. He is a risk-taker, a hard worker and presents himself in a warm and enthusiastic manner.
Alicia Muir, Nominated by: Karen Hammond, Chemistry
Alicia is one of the top chemistry students in her class. She produces only the highest quality work and seeks help if she has any questions, whether inside or outside of class. Her science notebook is meticulous and can be used as an exemplar model.
Selena Paterson, Nominated by: 10th Grade MINI Team
Selena lights up our classrooms. We appreciate her enthusiasm, additions to discussions and positive attitude. Selena asks terrific questions and advocates for herself. She has added a great deal to our classes during the first month of school!
Philip Patry, Nominated by: Maryann Carlson, AP US History
Phil has been an outstanding leader in AP US History. His enthusiasm is infectious! He has taken responsibility when he needs help, and he has already improved his study habits.
Emma Preiss, Nominated by: 9th Grade BIG Team
Emma is a fantastic student. She sets high goals for herself, asks great questions in class and is an engaged learner. She will check in with her teachers if she misses a class due to an athletic event and successfully balances extracurricular with academics.
Ryan Racicot, Nominated by: 10th Grade BIG Team
We are pleased to recognize Ryan for the student of the month award. His excellent work quality is matched only by his excellent work habits. His relentless desire to constantly learn more about any given subject and embrace new ideas and challenges – which will serve him well this year and in the future – make him a privilege to work with and a pleasure to recognize.
Katie Rayner, Nominated by: 10th Grade BIG Team
Katie is a role model among her peers. She strives to do her best and is always asking for ways to improve on her work. She has a respectful attitude to both her teachers and peers. She is willing to participate in class discussions and offers good insight on many issues.
Jared Richardson, Nominated by: Lindsey Reynolds, AP English Lit
Jared is positively selfless. With very little willingness to acknowledge his own excellence – as a student and as a person – Jared seems to find genuine joy out of complimenting others, guiding others and encouraging others to succeed.
Brandon Robinson, Nominated by: Lindsey Reynolds, AP English Lit
Brandon is pushing himself as a person and student. Brandon’s ability to remain confident, collected and, most of all, happy, despite the daily trials and stresses of such an advanced course load makes Brandon a student worthy of admiration by his peers and teachers alike.
Tyler Rock, Nominated by: 9th Grade MINI Team
Tyler is a constructive and noteworthy force of positivity in the classroom. His energy and his intellect provide insights, thoughtful questions and push his peers to be better students.
Joanna Sumner, Nominated by:Peter Wyndorf, Video Production
Joanna is being nominated for an outstanding achievement in video production. Joanna is a true artist with advanced ability in composition, editing, lighting and camera movement. She has exhibited exemplary skill and vision.
Danielle Valyou, Nominated by: Amanda DeCarlo
Danielle is a responsible and respectful student. She works hard, helps others and is a joy to be around. She also has a 100 percent test average in my Art History Class.