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March Students of the Month 2019
ABIGAIL CRONIN, MATTHEW VENTI ARE MARCH STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 04/24/2019
ABIGAIL CRONIN, MATTHEW VENTI ARE  MARCH STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

 WESTFORD — Abigail Cronin of Groton and Matthew Venti of Shirley have been selected as March’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech. 

Abigail Cronin, daughter of Peter and Gina Cronin, is a junior in the Marketing program and is quite active in the Nashoba Tech community. She is a high-honors student and has been inducted into the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society, and was elected treasurer of the Class of 2020. She is a member of DECA, SADD and the staff of the school newspaper, The Viking Voice, and is a Freshman Mentor.

She qualified to compete as part of Nashoba Tech’s School-Based Enterprise (Retail) team at the DECA International Career & Development Conference in Orlando, Fla. She plans to attend a four-year university, then pursue her Master’s degree in Business and a career in finance.

Abigail was nominated by Guidance Counselor Jessica Lamond for being instrumental in making the recent “Nashoba’s Got Talent” event a success. Lamond wrote: “Abby choreographed dances, assisted with the production, helped recruit student acts, and was the main contact for student communication. Abby constantly asked how she could help and went above and beyond to make the show a big hit. She is a student leader who is both humble and extremely kind.”

Matthew Venti Student of month

Matthew Venti, son of Adam and Patricia Venti, is a senior in the Engineering Technology program and has been accepted into Wentworth Institute of Technology to study Mechanical Engineering. He also hopes to continue playing sports in college, then pursue his Master’s degree.

Matthew is an honor-roll student and a member of the National Technical Honor Society. He is a three-sport star, competing for the soccer, hockey and spring track teams. He was captain of soccer and hockey, and was named team MVP and a league All-Star for the hockey team.

Matthew was nominated by English Instructor Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: “Matt has a long history of academic success. In Advanced Placement Literature and Composition class, Matt writes at a high college level. He is always prepared, and performs well in group work. Matt scored a qualifying score on the AP Language and Composition test last May, and has plans to pursue Engineering in college.”