Plainville High School junior Brittany Rogan has been selected as a 2010 Governor's Scholar, according to Principal Greg Ziogas. "Brittany Rogan is another example of the quality people that Plainville High School produces. Her hard work in and outside of the classroom are a source of great pride to her family and the school," said Ziogas.
Under the direction of State of Connecticut Education Commissioner Dr. Mark McQuillan, the Connecticut Association of Schools and Big Y World Class Markets have collaborated to sustain the Governor's Scholar Program. The program recognizes 30 high school juniors in the top four percent of their class who meet a specific set of criteria including nomination by school principal, completion of an application, submission of an essay, and other student achievement data.
"Brittany is an outstanding student who has been honored as a Governor's Scholar for her high achievement," noted Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Kathleen Binkowski.
"Brittany is the kind of student that deserves this high honor. Her hard work and dedication reflect well on the entire school district," added Plainville Board of Education Chair, Becky Tyrrell.
Brittany and fellow Governor’s Program Scholars were recognized at the 14th annual Governor’s Scholars Luncheon on May 20 at the Aqua Turf. She was also recognized at the Plainville Board of Education meeting on June 14.
-Posted on June 24, 2010 at 03:47 PM
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