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KAROLINE DE OLIVEIRA, BRIANNA WHITE ARE MAY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
KAROLINE DE OLIVEIRA, BRIANNA WHITE ARE MAY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 06/04/2015
KAROLINE DE OLIVEIRA, BRIANNA WHITE ARE MAY STUDENTS OF THE MONTHSOM 05 15

WESTFORD — Karoline De Oliveira of Tyngsborough and Brianna White of Shirley, both members of the Class of 2015 at Nashoba Tech, have been selected as May’s Students of the Month.

        Karoline De Oliveira, daughter of Cicero and Veronica De Oliveira, graduated from the Health Assisting program. She played soccer for the Vikings and saxophone for the pep band. She plans to attend Middlesex Community College to study Nursing, then transfer to a four-year college.

        Karoline was nominated by three staff members, Science Instructors Andrea Knowles and Kathy Lamarre, and Health Assisting Instructor Vicki Ann Poulin, who wrote: “Karoline is a motivated student with a tremendous work ethic. She worked diligently on her senior project. She spent hours after school creating and implementing a lab to explain how the pancreas works in the body.

        “Not only is Karoline a fabulous student and a pleasure to have in any classroom, but she is also well-liked and requested as a certified nursing assistant at her place of employment while on co-operative placement. The residents look forward to her coming in because she is always smiling, and they know something as simple as having your glasses cleaned will be done without them asking.”

        Brianna White, daughter of Brian and Meghan White, graduated from the Design & Visual Communications program. She was president of the senior class, and was inducted into both the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society, the latter of which she served as vice president. She also competed for Nashoba Tech’s chapter of SkillsUSA.

        Brianna is an honor-roll student, She played softball and basketball, and was named captain of both teams her senior year, and was selected to attend the recent National Girls and Women in Sport Day at Faneuil Hall in Boston. She plans to attend Salem State University to major in Art and Design with a minor in Photography, and to play softball there, and she has already started her own business, Brianna White Photography.

        Brianna was nominated by two staff members. Health Assisting Instructor and senior-class co-adviser Theresa Battaglioli wrote: “Brianna has been the definition of school and class spirit this year as class president. She works had, has great ideas, and inspires her classmates with her enthusiasm and positive leadership. She has been an outstanding member of our school for the entire time she has been with us.”

        Cosmetology Instructor and senior-class co-adviser Donna McMahon wrote: “Brianna took on the role of class president this year, giving 100 percent. Along with her great attitude and work ethic, Brianna stayed positive throughout the enormous tasks of this leadership role, working very hard and with a sense of humor, portraying a true leader. I can easily see Brianna continuing her success in all her future endeavors.”