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MEGHAN BOURASSA, CHRISTOPHER CASSDY ARE APRIL'S STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
MEGHAN BOURASSA, CHRISTOPHER CASSDY ARE APRIL'S STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 05/07/2016
MEGHAN BOURASSA, CHRISTOPHER CASSDY ARE APRIL'S  STUDENTS OF THE MONTHsom 04 16
        WESTFORD — Meghan Bourassa of Shirley and Christopher Cassidy of Chelmsford have been selected as Nashoba Techs April Athletes of the Month.

        Meghan Bourassa, daughter of Gary and Kathleen Bourassa, is a senior 
in the Hotel & Restaurant Management program. She is a high-honors student and has been inducted into the National Honor Society. She is also a Kick-Off Mentor, selected by staff to help incoming students become accustomed to Nashoba Tech.

        Meghan has qualified to receive the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship, and plans to utilize it when she attends Middlesex Community College in the fall to study Business. She hopes to work in real estate.

        Meghan was nominated by English Instructor Bruce Sullivan, who wrote, “Meghan is an outstanding student, both academically and in her technical program. In my Advanced Placement English class, Meghan has one of the highest grades in the class, and her senior project on marketing of restaurants is both informative and compelling.”

        Hotel & Restaurant Management Instructor Jeremy Bussiere added: “Meghan is a very motivated, hard-working student. I can always count on Meghan to step up and take initiative to help wherever needed in the school restaurant. Meghan did an amazing job on her senior project. The presentation was very detailed, and obviously, a lot of
effort went into the research.”

        Christopher Cassidy, son of David and Claire Cassidy, is a senior in the Engineering Academy, with a focus on Electronics & Robotics. He has been inducted into the National Honor Society and is a Kick-Off Mentor, selected by staff to help incoming students acclimate themselves to Nashoba Tech. He is a member of the FIRST Robotics team and competes for the cross-country and spring track teams.

        Christopher has qualified to receive the John & Abigail Adams 
Scholarship. He has been accepted to Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston and plans to study Electrical Engineering.

        Christopher was nominated by English Instructor Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: “Chris is a remarkable young man who excels in my Advanced Placement English class as well as his technical program. He often finds himself listed on the High Honor Roll, is very involved in FIRST Robotics, and is a leader on the track-and-field team.”

        Electronics & Robotics Instructor Bob Makem added: “Chris always goes 
above and beyond. He’s a self-starter and has a good work ethic. I think he has a very promising career ahead of him.”