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SHELBY DUDLEY, DANIEL BRANN NAMED DECEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
SHELBY DUDLEY, DANIEL BRANN NAMED DECEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 01/09/2016
SHELBY DUDLEY, DANIEL BRANN NAMED DECEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTHSOM 12.15

 WESTFORD — Shelby Dudley of Townsend and Daniel Brann of Peppered have been selected as Nashoba Tech's December Students of the Month.

        Shelby Dudley, daughter of Paul and José Dudley, is a senior Culinary 
Arts student. She is a high-honors student and works as a line cook at Bailey’s Bar and Grill in Townsend through Nashoba Tech’s Cooperative Education program. Shelby is a member of Nashoba Tech’s Horticulture Club and is currently ranked third in the senior class, with a grade-point average of 4.0.

        She was nominated by Guidance Counselor Jessica Silva, who wrote: “Shelby thrives academically. She has maintained high honors regardless of her enrollment in vigorous courses, such as Honors and Advanced Placement classes. Shelby is truly a fantastic example of a well-rounded student who is able to work hard and build upon her skills in Culinary Arts.”

        Chef-Instructor Carley Engle, one of Shelby’s Culinary Arts instructors, seconded the nomination, saying, “She’s one of the most amazing students I’ve ever had. She’s kind, generous and always has a smile on her face.”

        Daniel Brann, son of Scott and Ann Brann, is a junior in the 
Electrical Technology program. He is a high-honors student and was inducted into the National Honor Society as a sophomore.

        Daniel is involved in community service through the Electrical 
Technology program, helping on projects within the district’s eight towns. He plays soccer for the Vikings and hopes to become a police officer after graduation.

        Daniel was nominated by English Instructor Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: 
“Dan is an intelligent, determined, goal-oriented young man, who excels in both academics and his technical program. Dan takes a mix of honors and Advanced Placement classes. In English class, he is always prepared for class, writes with maturity, and actively contributes to class discussion. In Electrical, he is focused, mature and thirsty for
knowledge.”