Plainville students honored at 30th annual Superintendent’s award presentation
Posted on 11/07/2017
Twelve Plainville students received the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents’ (CAPSS) Superintendent / Student Recognition Award and Certificate of Excellence at the 30th annual Superintendent’s Award Presentation held on Friday, November 3rd, during a luncheon at J. Timothy’s Restaurant.
The students are: Sophia Leonetti and Phillippe Brochu,  Linden Street School; Marissa Miller and Matthew Corriveau, Louis Toffolon School; Melak Al Rubaye and Charles Hills,  Frank T. Wheeler School; Keira Guarco and Michael Haddad,  the Middle School of Plainville; and Dominika Mis, Spencer Steeves, Hannah Zelasko and Luke San Juan, 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.
"I am very proud of our students who were honored. They exemplify scholarship, citizenship and all that is right about our students in Plainville," said Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Maureen Brummett.