Student of the Month Awards - February & March 2017

March 13, 2017

Student of the Month recipients crammed the Performing Arts Center stage last week as winners from both February and March shared the spotlight.

The following students earned February Student of the Month honors: Kailey Pelletier, freshman; Dennis Lorrain, sophomore; Emma Dehetre, junior; and Ashley Mathieu, senior.

Freshman Sadie Colby, sophomore Gabby Spear, junior Kaylee Burbank, and senior McKenna Brodeur received the March awards.

Both freshmen recipients are highly motivated and responsible students. Kailey also is involved in drama, contributing off stage as a costumer. Sadie, meanwhile, is known as a student always ready for a challenge.

The sophomore winners received accolades for their commitment to helping peers, with both known for being generous with their time. Dennis has earned a reputation as a leader and courteous student, while Gabby, along with being civic-minded, participates in Key Club, yearbook, and the Agricultural Club.

In the junior class, recipients Emma and Kaylee draw raves for their character and positive attitudes. Each is helpful to classmates and conscientious about their academic responsibilities.

Both senior winners are model students who excel academically and still find time to be highly active in extracurricular activities. Ashley, the February recipient, volunteered more than 200 hours for the United States Agricultural Department to tag and relocate ducks, owls, hawks, and geese, while McKenna, a National Honor Society member, is a three-season athlete who recently helped lead the Messalonskee girls’ basketball team to the Class A state championship.

Messalonskee students also received recognition at Mid-Maine Technical Center with nine earning Student of the Month honors between February and March. The February winners were Jacob Washburn, construction technology; Ali Pearl, mass media communication; David Hreben, information technology; and Shaina Nalley, criminal Justice. March recipients were the following: Hunter Guptill, emergency services; Chris Hodgdon, automotive collision repair; Nick Levesque, automotive technology; Victoria Shea, early childhood education; and Hunter Alexander, precision machining.