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CYNTHIA LONG, SEAN NOYES NAMED STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
CYNTHIA LONG, SEAN NOYES NAMED STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 10/03/2014
Students of the Month, September 2014long notes som 9 2014


 WESTFORD — Cynthia Long and Sean Noyes, both juniors from Pepperell, have been named September’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Valley Technical High School.
        Cynthia Long, daughter of Christopher and Suzanne Long, is in the TV & Media Production/Theatre Arts program, is highly involved in the Chorus and Tri-M Music Honor Society, and plans to participate in Drama Club this year. This past spring, Cynthia was selected from high-school students across the state to perform the National Anthem at the SkillsUSA State Conference.
        Cynthia is on the honor roll, is editor of the school newspaper, The Viking Voice, and is one of 36 juniors serving this year as Kick-Off Mentors, students who are selected by the staff to help incoming freshmen acclimate themselves to high school.
        Cynthia was nominated by TV & Media Production/Theatre Arts instructor Emily Smith, who wrote: “This amazing young lady has worked all summer as a Kick-Off Mentor. Cynthia works incredibly well with these incoming students. Cynthia is a great representative of our program.”
        Sean Noyes, son of Mike and Elizabeth Noyes, is in the Engineering Academy. He is a member of the FIRST Robotics club and has proven helpful in welcoming freshmen to the Engineering Academy as they go through the exploratory process, spending several days in each technical program to determine which one they would like to study.
        “I love to teach the freshmen. I remember what it’s like to be a freshman — not fun,” said Sean, who hopes to attend the University of Massachusetts Lowell after graduation to continue his education in engineering.
        Sean was nominated by Engineering Academy instructor Jeffrey Scheminger, who wrote: “Sean came to Grotonfest and represented the school, hanging out all day and showing kids how to use the robots that we brought along.”