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TIFFANIE WALTERS, ALEXANDER FEATHERSTON ARE APRIL'S STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
TIFFANIE WALTERS, ALEXANDER FEATHERSTON ARE APRIL'S STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 05/13/2015
TIFFANIE WALTERS, ALEXANDER FEATHERSTON ARE APRIL'S  STUDENTS OF THE MONTHSOM.04.15

WESTFORD — Tiffanie Walters of Shirley and Alexander Featherston of Pepperell have been selected as April’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.

        Tiffanie Walters, daughter of Jeff and Jill Walters, is a senior in the Early Childhood Education program. She is a high-honors student who was recently inducted into the Future Educators Association Honor Society. She was selected as a Kick-Off Mentor, a student who helps incoming freshmen acclimate themselves to Nashoba Tech.

Tiffanie has been accepted to Southern New Hampshire University, where she was named a Presidential Scholar. She plans to study Child Development with a goal of becoming a social worker.

        She was nominated by Social Studies Instructor Lacey McCabe, who wrote: “Tiffanie has been an excellent student in both Sociology and Government. She has been so engaged in the learning process by always participating in class discussions, asking insightful questions and raising interesting points. I have always been impressed with Tiffanie’s dedication to working with children, and am struck by her warmth, maturity and genuine concern for others.”

        Alexander Featherston, son of Scott and Holly Featherston, is a senior in the Engineering Technology program. He is an honor-roll student, and was the safety captain and lead programmer for the FIRST Robotics team, which recently turned in a strong competitive season. He is also a member of the Astronomy Club at Nashoba Tech.

        Alex is involved in 4-H as well as the annual camp cleanup. He is planning to enter the Army Reserves so he can further his education in electrical and robotics engineering, and may attend college in the future.

        He was nominated by Science Instructor Jean Manes and Engineering Technology Instructor Jeffrey Scheminger. Manes wrote: “Alex was lead programmer in FIRST Robotics. He has an A in Chemistry and always comes to class on time with a great attitude. He is a very polite and congenial student.”