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JULIA HOWARD AND CAMRON CLARK ARE FEBRUARY'S STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
JULIA HOWARD AND CAMRON CLARK ARE FEBRUARY'S STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 03/05/2016
JULIA HOWARD AND CAMRON CLARK ARE FEBRUARY'S STUDENTS OF THE MONTHSOM 01 16
 WESTFORD — Julia Howard of Shirley and Camron Clark of Chelmsford have been selected as February’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.

        Julia Howard, daughter of Mark and Kristina Howard, is a junior in the Early Childhood program. She is a high-honors student and was inducted into the National Honor Society as a sophomore. Julia is a also a Kick-Off Mentor, selected by staff to help incoming freshmen
adapt to their new school.

        She plans to attend either Rivier College or Fitchburg State University after graduation, with a goal of becoming a pre-kindergarten teacher.

        Julia was nominated by Social Studies Instructor David Fusco, who wrote, “Julia is an A student who helps her classmates study for midyear exams to they can achieve great grades, too. She is a true asset to Nashoba Tech, both in Early Childhood and as a Kick-Off Mentor, and is very dedicated to the school. She has also put in 55 hours of community service, far above and beyond the required time, because she enjoys helping others.”

        Camron Clark, son of James and Alison Clark, is a senior in the TV& Media Production/ Theatre Arts program. He is an honor-roll student who has been active in the Drama Club since sophomore year, both on stage and as a member of the backstage crew, for such recent productions as “Legally Blonde” and “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” He is also a member of the school’s chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society.

        Camron plans to attend Full Sail University in Florida after graduation to study Recording Arts and hopes to pursue a career in music.

        He was nominated by Music Instructor Laura Lamore, who wrote: “In addition to all the hard work Camron has put into the theater program, he has been an integral member of the band. Cam has been the backbone of the percussion section the past four years, and he has been acting as a strong leader for the rest of the band. Cam is always able to help other students when asked, and the band would not be nearly as successful without him.”