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11 EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO FUTURE EDUCATORS HONOR SOCIETY
11 EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO FUTURE EDUCATORS HONOR SOCIETY
Posted on 04/27/2015
11 EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDENTS  INDUCTED INTO FUTURE EDUCATORS HONOR SOCIETYFutureECCEducators2015

Among the Early Childhood Education students at Nashoba Tech who were inducted into the Future Educators Association Honor Society are, from left, seniors Tiffanie Walters (Shirley), Amber Uzzell (Chelmsford), Dale Flamburis (Westford) and Meghan Donovan (Pepperell), and juniors Amy Flaherty (Littleton), Megan Dean (Shirley) and Kayla Bergeron (Littleton). At right is Early Childhood Education Instructor Colleen Hogan-Mazzola. Missing from photo are inductees Kalee Chapman, Erica Bradford, Veronica Pecora and Sabrina Santoro.


WESTFORD — Eleven students in the Early Childhood Education program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School have been inducted into the national Future Educators Association Honor Society.

        According to the FEA website, the Honor Society is a distinction that recognizes the academic accomplishments of FEA’s highest-achieving high-school members within their program. By bestowing its eligible members with FEA Honor Society distinction, FEA strives to elevate the image of teaching by highlighting the high-achieving students who are choosing teaching as their professional career path.

        Students who are accepted into the FEA Honor Society show “academic promise, achievement and commitment to the path as a future educator.

        Nashoba Tech seniors who have been inducted include: Kalee Chapman (Townsend), Meghan Donovan (Pepperell), Dale Flamburis (Westford), Amber Uzzell (Chelmsford) and Tiffanie Walters (Shirley).

        Inducted as juniors are Kayla Bergeron (Littleton), Erica Bradford (Littleton), Megan Dean (Shirley), Amy Flaherty (Littleton), Veronica Pecora (Westford) and Sabrina Santoro (Pepperell).