Congratulations to Ava Hartley, Jack Wright, and Andrew Falso for being named Lions Club Students of the month!
Ava Hartley, a junior at Cazenovia High School, has been selected as the Cazenovia Lions Club Student of the Month for March 2019. Ava is the daughter of Will Hartley & Tara Zumpano of New Woodstock.
Ava’s nomination, by faculty member Kim Schug, reads as follows:
“Ava is a junior in my Algebra II course. As a student she is exceptional. She works incredibly hard and is able to work in any type of group. As a person she is wonderful. Ava always has a smile on her face and she is truly a pleasure to teach. She is involved in many extra-curricular activities from sports to music. Ava is a great role model for our younger students. She would be an outstanding Lions Club Student of the Month.”
The Cazenovia Lions Club is pleased to recognize Ava as being a great role model for younger students.
Jack Wright, a freshman at Cazenovia High School, has been selected as the Cazenovia Lions Club Student of the Month for April 2019. Jack is the son of Stuart and Nancy Wright of Cazenovia.
Jack’s nomination, by faculty member Kristina Chiarello, reads as follows:
“Jack is simply such an outstanding student in his English 9 class! Jack comes to class every day with a smile, ready to work, motivated to do well. He participates in a meaningful way and does so in a way that brings joy and thoughtfulness to the classroom. Currently, in our study of Romeo and Juliet, he is reading/acting the part of Romeo and has thrown himself into the role over the past few weeks – reading with emotion and zest. Jack is such a good kid – always does the right thing – works hard to do well – and is a complete joy to have as a student!”
The Cazenovia Lions Club is pleased to recognize Jack for the joy and enthusiasm he brings to the classroom. May his zest be contagious!
Andrew Falso, a freshman at Cazenovia High School, has been selected as the Cazenovia Lions Club Student of the Month for April 2019. Andrew is the son of Dave and Christy Falso of Cazenovia.
Andrew’s nomination, by faculty member Claudia Johnson, reads as follows:
“Andrew is a dedicated student who has been extremely helpful to all students in his Earth Science Class, with inclusive students. Any student that he is partnered with in lab benefits from working with Andrew due to his hard work, patience and ability to communicate effectively. In addition to helping his lab partners he has befriended and helped students in need in class on a consistent basis. His patience and kindness is so phenomenal and he has gone out of his way to keep helping other students and improve his experience in class. Andrew would make a wonderful teacher, doctor, social worker or any occupation that requires patience, dedication and kindness. Andrew has shown how inclusion can be a great experience for all students. Watching him help with fellow students is truly inspirational and I would love to see Andrew recognized for this by the Cazenovia Lions Club.”
The Cazenovia Lions Club is pleased to recognize Andrew for the patience and kindness shown to his fellow students.
Nominations for new students of the month can be sent to Mrs. Carroll or Mrs. Hagan in the High School Office.