Plainville Students Honored At 26th Annual Superintendent's Award Presentation
Eleven Plainville students received the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents' (CAPSS) Superintendent / Student Recognition Award and Certificate of Excellence at the 26th annual Superintendent's Award Presentation held on Friday, November 1st, during a luncheon at J. Timothy's Restaurant.
The students are: Katherine Ann Guarco and Joseph Michalic, Linden Street School; Robert Bradley and Lyndsey DiTolla, Louis Toffolon School; Olivia Hergott and Andrew Laprise, Frank T. Wheeler School; Nicholas Costantini and Karla Juarez, the Middle School of Plainville; and Nicholas Bendas-Giano, Marisa Rizzo and Andrew Rottier, Plainville High School.
This award is given during American Education Week to students who have been nominated by their teachers and chosen by their principal. Criteria for recognition of excellence include community service and service to others, academic prowess relative to ability, leadership service to the school community, and other unique qualities.
"This is a great opportunity for the administration to highlight students in our schools who exemplify all of the qualities and traits we hope to see and develop in all students. But I also enjoy this event because it gives us a chance to thank the parents of the student award winners, recognizing the huge part they play in their child's success in school and life," said Superintendent of Schools, Jeffrey Kitching.
-Posted on November 6, 2013 at 09:02 AM
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