NRHS names students of the month

May 18, 2017 by

Published in the May 18, 2017 edition


North Reading High School re-instituted its Students of the Month program recently, honoring students for their accomplishments in subjects ranging from piano to biology to American literature. Principal A.J. Loprete is shown here congratulating this month’s students. (Bill Laforme photo)

NORTH READING – North Reading High School has re-instituted its Students of the Month program, honoring students in ten different categories.

In biology, Lauren Keough and Elinor De Cleene earned praise for exceeding expectations in the freshman honors biology course.

Samantha Noyes was honored for her accomplishments on the piano, having started the instrument with no experience and making substantial and rapid gains.

In video production, Keith Lumb was honored for his leadership in class as well as his reliability, creativity and other traits.

Another student to be cited as a leader in the classroom was Sean Dorosh, a Spanish 2 honors student who reportedly maintains an “A” average in a demanding course while also taking extra steps to keep informed about current events in the Spanish-speaking world.

Matthew Lezon was nominated as a student of the month for his contributions to the Introduction to Business class at NRHS, while the Art Department nominated Nora Standel for her evolving skills that teacher Brett Kunze described as “formidable.”

In the honors American literature class, Samantha Noyes received a nomination. Teacher Laura Hargrove called Noyes “a powerhouse during class discussions” who “expertly uses counterarguments and her own background knowledge to spark lively conversations about literature and language.”

Elsewhere, Brook DeGrande was nominated for her positive attitude and leadership in geometry class, while two algebra students – Samantha Mirasolo (Algebra 1 Honors) and Kayla Spellenberg (Algebra 2) were respectively cited for hard work and consistency, while Spellenberg reportedly has one of the highest averages in class – one of the few to have kept a solid A average all year.

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