Alyssa Dos Santos of Chelmsford (photo caption)and Bethany Lampron of Pepperell have been selected as Students of the Month for March at Nashoba Tech, based on the school’s “Portrait of a Graduate” attributes: resourceful, responsible, resilient, respectful and ready.

Alyssa Dos Santos, daughter of Alexandre and Danielle Dos Santos, is a freshman in the Design & Visual Communications program. She is an honors student, president of the Cultures & Communities Club, and a member of the Viking Theatre Company and GSA.

Alyssa was nominated by Spanish teacher Amy St. Arnaud, who wrote: “Alyssa is very engaged and committed to learning Spanish, Portuguese and intercultural skills. To Alyssa, being bilingual and intercultural is fun, exciting and a necessary college, career and world-readiness skill. Alyssa walks the halls of Nashoba Tech with a smile on her face and a spring in her step. She brings a tremendous amount of energy to the campus and is a friend to all. She is just starting her career here, and she will make us all proud.” Bethany Lampron, daughter of Jason and Stacy Lampron, is a senior in the Advanced Manufacturing program. She has been inducted into both the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society. She is a high-honors student and is on the advisory committee for Advanced Manufacturing.

Bethany works in quality control for Keystone Precision & Engineering in Pepperell, through the school’s Cooperative Education program, and she plans to continue working there after graduation.

Bethany was nominated by Advanced Manufacturing instructor Scott Keeler, who wrote: “Bethany has been a constant hard worker since freshman year, always setting lofty goals for herself and, once achieving them, setting new ones. She is known among her teachers as one of the most respectful and appreciative students, as well as being a kind and caring classmate. She is always the first to lend a hand with her classmates, whether it’s help with school work or being a friend.”