Plainville Students Honored At 27th Annual Superintendent's Award Presentation
Twelve Plainville students received the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents' (CAPSS) Superintendent / Student Recognition Award and Certificate of Excellence at the 27th annual Superintendent's Award Presentation held on Thursday, November 6th, during a luncheon at J. Timothy's Restaurant.
The students are: Isabella Paghense and Matthew Badorek, Linden Street School; Claudia Mizerek, Nicolas Prado, and Nicholas Fasold, Louis Toffolon School; Zeyana Thigpen and Owen Leander, Frank T. Wheeler School; Abigail Czerepuszko and Brandon Zheng, the Middle School of Plainville; and Patrycja Majewski, Jacob Masco and Gabriel Yawin, 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 in one of my favorite events of the year because of the qualities we are celebrating in our students. The story behind each student honoree includes hard work, commitment, and demonstrated respect and caring for other students," said Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Jeffrey Kitching. "It is a chance for us to not only recognize an amazing group of students, but to also thank their parents for the large part they play in their child’s success at school."
-Posted on November 7, 2014 at 01:17 PM
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