Greater Lowell Tech announces Fall Student of the Month – Lowell Sun

Greater Lowell Tech announces Fall Student of the Month – Lowell Sun

TYNGSBORO – Superintendent Jill Davis and Assistant Superintendent/Director Michael Barton have announced the selection of eight Lowell Technical High School seniors as Students of the Month for October and November.

For each month, a student is selected from each grade for academic achievement and the display of the school’s core values ​​of Respect, Effort, Accountability, Commitment, and Honesty (REACH).

October

Madison Arben (Image courtesy of Lowell Senior Technical High School)

big Madison Arbin, of Dracut, IT Services, is the #2 student in her class with an overall average of 4.39 GPA. She took several Advanced Placement and Honors classes and completed dual-entry chemistry courses through Quincy College.

Madison is a Treasurer of Skills USA, a member of the National Honor Society/National Art Honor Society and Picnic Club and a School Tour Ambassador, and volunteers regularly through events such as Back to School, the Baystate Marathon, and City of Lights. She works at Hair We Are Salon in Dracott and plans to pursue a career in web development.

Emily McCray (Image courtesy of Lowell Senior Technical High School)

Carpentry Emily McCray, of Lowell, Medical Labs and Aid, in the top 3% of its class with an overall average of 4.21. She has received numerous academic awards including high honorary degrees and has completed dual enrollment in chemistry through Quincy College.

Emily is a member of the National Technical Honor Society/National Honor Society, the Eco Club, the Vital Club, the Picnic Club, the Student Council and the Small Class Planning Committee, and has played junior lacrosse and soccer. She volunteered at Bay State Baptist Church as a teaching assistant at Sunday School and plans to pursue a career in radiology.

Sam Holmberg (Image courtesy of Lowell Senior Technical High School)

A student in his second year of study Sam Holmberg, of Lowell, Plumbing, is No. 3 in his class with a cumulative 4.6 GPA. He has received awards in Exemplary Attendance and High Honors List and has taken three classes with honors.

Sam enjoys helping others through acts of kindness and loves to play, develop board games and create models. After graduation, Sam plans to pursue a career in plumbing and hopes to make a positive impact in his community by serving and supporting local causes.

Dhruv Patel (Image courtesy of Lowell Senior Technical High School)

student Dhruv Patel, of Lowell, maintains honors degrees in all of his academic courses and examines a number of technical areas through the Exploration Program. His goal is to pursue a career in engineering and he is looking forward to the next engineering technology exploration.

Dhruv participates in the SkillsUSA Freshman program and the indoor track and field team. He also enjoys dancing and has previously attended classes at Planet Dance in Lowell.

November

Tealei Chandonnet (Image courtesy of Greater Lowell Technical High School)

big Tilly ChandonetteD., of Dracott, Health Aid/Pre-Nursing, is in the top 3% of her class with an overall GPA of 4.18 and is a member of the National Honor Society/National Technical Honor Society. I took Honors and Dual Enrollment courses in English Language Composition through Middlesex Community College.

Tealei is a three-season athlete and team leader in cross country, indoor and outdoor races, and has received multiple sports awards. She works through the school’s Cooperative Education program as a certified nursing assistant at Incombus Rehabilitation Hospital in Woburn and plans to pursue a career as a practicing nurse.

Nana Ama Asante Opoku (Image courtesy of Lowell Senior Technical High School)

Carpentry Nana Ama Ashanti Opoko, of Lowell, Medical Laboratory and Aid, is in the top 3% of her class with an overall average of 4.23 and is an honors freshman. I took several advanced placement and honors courses and completed dual enrollment chemistry through Quincy College.

Nana is a member of the National Technical Honor Society/National Honor Society and participates in school-wide service learning opportunities. She volunteers at her church, works as a babysitter and works at the Market Basket. Planning to pursue a career as a physician assistant.

Suriya Mao (Image courtesy of Lowell Senior Technical High School)

A student in his second year of study Syria Mao, of Lowell, Hospitality, maintains a 4.25 overall GPA and takes coursework at the honors level. She has received honorary awards and a high honor list.

Suriya is involved with the non-profit organization Refuge Lowell, where she has explored photography, ceramics, mural design, and tiny homes. For the past three years in a row, Suriya has received awards through UMass Lowell’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day Art Project. Planning to pursue a career in hospitality and become a flight attendant.

Logan Berry (Image courtesy of Lowell Senior Technical High School)

student Logan Berry, of Tyngsboro, maintains high honors and honors degrees in all of its academic and technical courses. He inspects technical areas through the exploratory program and has found interest in clinical and ancillary laboratories.

Logan has become an active and dedicated member of the music club and enjoys volunteering outside of school. He hopes to become proficient in his future career and make a positive contribution to his community.

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