Monday, January 9, 2017
This week's Top Puppy has been nominated by Ms. Oliveri who said the following about our winner:
"I would like to nominate Kevin Karam for Top Puppy! Kevin's generosity towards a variety of students, across several different classes, has been incredible. On multiple occasions, I've seen him offer to be partners with struggling students in wellness, help his classmates with tasks during class, and encourage students to stay positive when things are challenging for them. Kevin is compassionate and supportive of his peers, and he demonstrates what it means to be a Bulldog!"
Monday, December 19, 2016
This week's winners have been nominated by Ms. Cooney and Ms. Hatzidakis:
"We would like to nominate Demetri Anagnost, Evan Meinhardt, Kaylyn Tracey and Lacey Lavigne for top puppy. These four took it upon themselves to take our research assignment in Global Studies to the next step when they had hit a wall in typical research. They found that there was a Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony at the Veterans hospital in Manchester. They used this time to attend this ceremony, visit and interview local veterans. This experience helped to engage and enrich them. They even have signed up to volunteer for more time with these veterans. We received an email from the workers at the VA saying how wonderful our students were. We are so proud of these students who found a way to truly engage in their learning."
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
This week's Top Puppies have been put forward by Ms Hieronymus:
"I would like to nominate seniors Jack Heaps and Anne Marie Mannella for top puppies this week. These two co-presidents of the Leadership Club led this group in producing an outstanding Talent Show on December 2nd that raised $1,750.00 for Families in Transition. Jack and Anne Marie are dedicated to early morning meetings, auditions, rehearsals, and work with the lights and sound crew to make this show and club a success. They have done an outstanding job!"
Congrats to the both of you!
Monday, November 28, 2016
This weeks Top Puppies have been nominated by Ms. Wilczweski:
"I would like to nominate Franklin Nyamwange and Amadou Ndiaye for Top Puppy. This encounter was relayed to me by one of our fabulous food service ladies. Last week, she was talking to a student, Spencer, who was brand new to the school and who was asking about the options for lunch. Franklin and Amadou noticed this and took Spencer under their wing. They introduced him around, sat with him at lunch where he was seen smiling and having a good time, and introduced him to me in the school store. The next day Spencer was also helped in the breakfast line by another young man, whose name is unfortunately not known. It can be so intimidating to start at a new school especially after the school year has started. These young men showed the spirit of a true Bulldog!"