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ALYSSA STEIN AND MIKE FOLEY ARE SEPTEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
ALYSSA STEIN AND MIKE FOLEY ARE SEPTEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 09/29/2015
ALYSSA STEIN AND MIKE FOLEY ARE SEPTEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTHSOM 09 15

WESTFORD — Alyssa Stein of Shirley and Michael Foley of Chelmsford, both juniors, have been selected as September’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.
                Alyssa Stein, daughter of Lee Stein and Susan Stein, is an honor-roll student in the Cosmetology program. She has been inducted into the National Honor Society and Tri-M Music Honor Society. She is involved in the yearbook, Drama Club and band, is a cheerleader and plays softball for the Vikings.
      Alyssa hopes to major in Theater and minor in Business after graduation, and she is looking into attending either American International College or Dean College.  She was nominated by Music teacher Laura Lamore, who wrote: “Alyssa has been taking a leadership role and has been helping to teach beginner students to get their initial sounds out and with basic music reading. She has been a member of Tri-M and is always a positive member of the group. She has grown a lot over her time at Nashoba Tech, and her hard work and perseverance have definitely paid off.”
         Michael Foley, son of Bill and Cecile Foley, is an honor-roll student in the Programming & Web Development program. He has been inducted into the National Honor Society and was selected by staff to be a Kick-Off Mentor, helping incoming freshmen to acclimate themselves to Nashoba Tech. He is a member of FIRST Robotics, and over the summer, he helped the school set up all its Chromebooks and was available during teachers’ professional development to provide assistance.
         Michael plans to attend either Worcester Polytechnic Institute or the University of Massachusetts Lowell to study Computer Engineering.  He was also nominated by Ms. Lamore, who wrote: “Mike helped with the setup of all the Chromebooks over the summer and was available to teachers. Additionally, he is one of the kindest and most respectful students I have ever met. He asks engaging questions and always has a kind word to say. He should be seen as a role model to other students.”