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CHELMSFORD’S CARTER AND CHAMPAGNE ARE NASHOBA TECH STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
CARTER AND CHAMPAGNE ARE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 12/26/2017
November's student of the month

Katie Carter and Julia Champagne, both seniors from Chelmsford, have been selected as November’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Valley Technical High School.

Katie Carter, daughter of Rocco and Amanda Carter, is a senior in the Carpentry/Cabinetmaking program. She is an honor-roll student and a member of the Advisory Board for Carpentry/Cabinetmaking. She is also a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society and performed with the rest of the Nashoba Tech chorus at the Massachusetts Statehouse, a first for a technical-school chorus. She plans to work in her father’s company when she graduates.

Katie was nominated by Carpentry/Cabinetmaking Instructor Jonathan Pryor, who wrote: “Katie is a consistently positive contributor in Carpentry. She’s always the ‘go-to’ student. She is always eager to help in whatever capacity we need, ready to listen and learn, and helps keep the other students on track. She sits as the student representative on our Advisory Board as well. As a nontraditional student in Carpentry, Katie represents women in the trades very well.”

Julia Champagne, daughter of Robert and Debra Champagne, is a senior in the Health Assisting program. Julia works in the health field through Nashoba Tech’s Cooperative Education program. She is currently at Palm Manor Nursing Home in Chelmsford, though she started her Co-op experience at D’Youville Life and Wellness Community in Lowell. She plans to continue her nursing education after high school.

Julia was nominated by Health Assisting Instructor Vicki-Ann Poulin, who wrote: “Besides always going above and beyond the curriculum, Julia is working through Co-op at D’Youville Life and Wellness Community in Lowell, and the residents love her cheery disposition and caring attitude. Here is what her manager at D’Youville wrote about Julia: ‘Julia is a pleasure to have at D’Youville. She has great attendance and is willing to go to any floor we need help on. She also picks up extra shifts. She is a great team player.’”