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PEPPERELL’S SUERO, TOWNSEND’S FALES NAMED STUDENTS OF THE MONTH AT NASHOBA TECH
PEPPERELL’S SUERO, TOWNSEND’S FALES NAMED STUDENTS OF THE MONTH AT NASHOBA TECH
Posted on 02/19/2016
PEPPERELL’S SUERO, TOWNSEND’S FALES NAMED STUDENTS OF THE MONTH AT NASHOBA TECHSOM 01 16

  WESTFORD — Natasha Suero of Pepperell and Kaitlyn Fales of Townsend have been selected as January’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Valley Technical High School.

        Natasha Suero, daughter of Eli and Belinda Suero, is a senior in the Cosmetology program. She is a high-honors student and secretary of the Class of 2016. Through the Cosmetology program, Natasha performs community service at local senior centers, providing manicures for the elderly.

        She plans to attend Bridgewater State University in the fall and is undecided on her field of study.

        Natasha was nominated by Cosmetology instructor Donna McMahon, who wrote: “Natasha is a bright, responsible, conscientious, mature and dedicated student who leads through example. She always has a great work ethic and a positive attitude. Natasha is well-respected by her peers, is a strong class leader and a great role model for other students.”

        Kaitlyn Fales, daughter of Steven and Eilish Fales, is a sophomore in the Banking/Marketing/Retail program. She recently earned a third-place medal at the DECA District Conference in the category of Retail Merchandising, and qualified to compete at the DECA State Conference in Boston in March.

        Kaitlyn is a high-honors student and recently recorded the highest score in the PSAT exam of all sophomores at Nashoba Tech who took the test. She plays soccer in the fall and is active in community service, assisting at a soup kitchen in Lawrence. She hopes to participate in the Dual Enrollment program her last two years of high school, attending college full time at Mount Wachusett Community College. She plans to one day be an entrepreneur and own a business.

        Kaitlyn was nominated by social-studies instructor Phillip Massa, who wrote: “Kaitlyn is excellent academically and an extremely valuable asset to her technical program. She exemplifies what it means to be an all-around student. On a daily basis, she shows growth academically, socially and, most importantly, as a human being.”