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RHEANNA EARLY, AMY FLAHERTY ARE NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
RHEANNA EARLY, AMY FLAHERTY ARE NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 12/03/2015
RHEANNA EARLY, AMY FLAHERTY ARE NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTHSOM 11 15

  WESTFORD — Rheanna Early of Chelmsford and Amy Flaherty of Littleton have been selected as November’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.       

Rheanna Early, daughter of Laurie Montgomery-College and step daughter of Richard Brown, is a junior in the TV & Media Production/Theatre Arts program. She is an honor-roll student and was inducted into the National Honor Society as a sophomore. She is active in the Drama Club, Student Government and school newspaper, and is stage manager for the fall production of “Legally Blonde The Musical.”       
She won a gold medal as a sophomore in Digital Cinema Production inthe SkillsUSA District Competition, then competed at the state level. Rheanna was also instrumental in the production of a promotional video for Nashoba Tech. She plans to attend college to study Film, and hopes to win the Academy Award for Best Director in 2028 — the 100th anniversary of the Oscar Awards.       
Rheanna was nominated by Emily Smith, TV & Media Production/TheatreArts instructor, who wrote: “Rheanna competed at the New England Theatre Conference in the Stage Management competition and received very positive feedback. She strives for excellence in all of her courses, and is a very positive leader in the freshman exploratory process. She handles pressure with grace and is growing into a very positive leader and role model, both in class and in her after-schoolpositions.”
        
Amy Flaherty, daughter of Michael and Debra Flaherty, is a senior in the Early Childhood Education program. She is an honor-roll student and a Kick-Off Mentor, selected by staff to help incoming freshmen acclimate themselves to Nashoba Tech. As a junior, she won a bronze medal in the SkillsUSA DistrictCompetition. She was also inducted into the Future Educators Association Honor Society as a junior. She hopes to attend Becker College next fall to major in Animal Studies.       
Amy was nominated by Early Childhood Education Instructor Colleen Hogan-Mazzola, who wrote: “Amy is always giving her best, both in her theory work and in her work in the preschool and toddler classrooms at the Nashoba Valley Early Learning Center. I can always depend on Amy to complete a task and go that extra mile to make sure it is done right, and to help her peers and the young children in any way she can. She is an excellent student and role model.”