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KATHERINE MAYER, CURTIS TIPPETT ARE DECEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
KATHERINE MAYER, CURTIS TIPPETT ARE DECEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 01/07/2015
KATHERINE MAYER, CURTIS TIPPETT ARE DECEMBER  STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

SOM, 12, 2014

WESTFORD — Katherine Mayer of Townsend and Curtis Tippett of Ayer have been selected as December’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.
        Katherine Mayer, daughter of Michael and Deborahanne Mayer, is a junior in the Engineering Technology program. She is a high-honors student, a member of the cross-country team and a staff member of the school newspaper, The Viking Voice. Katherine hopes to attend either the Massachusetts Institute of Technology or Harvard University after graduation to major in either Aerospace Engineering or Pharmaceutical Science.
        She was nominated by English Instructor and cross-country coach Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: “Katie is an outstanding student who excels in and out of the classroom. In AP English, Katie is among the strongest writers. She also contributes to the school newspaper, and is a unanimous All-Star selection on the girls cross-country team. Beyond that, Katie is extremely kind and caring. She shows a genuine empathy for others.”
        Curtis Tippett, son of Mike and Christine Tippett, is a senior in the Electrical Technology program. He is an honor-roll student and a Kick-Off Mentor, helping to acclimate incoming freshmen to Nashoba Tech. Curtis is a standout on both the football team, as a running back and safety, and the spring track team, as a sprinter. He hopes to attend Framingham State University to major in Business, then start his own electrical company.
        Curtis was nominated by Electrical Technology Instructor Victor Vaitkunas, who wrote: “Curtis is a great student and kid. He is a very hard-working student and a pleasure to have in class. He is an A student in Electrical Technology, both code and theory. From the day he came into the Electrical Technology program, he has shown us he is willing to work hard, listen to instructions and take constructive criticism. He has over and over again proven to us that he wants to learn the electrical trade and always goes the extra mile.”