Charlene Flanders of Groton and Sarah Wilson of Chelmsford have been selected as December’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.
Charlene Flanders is a junior in the Biotechnology program. Charlene transferred from Groton-Dunstable Regional High School as a sophomore and decided to focus on Biotechnology because of an interest in science.
An honor-roll student who plans to go to college, Charlene was nominated by English instructor Don Phillips, who wrote: “Charlene has displayed many outstanding qualities that any high-school teacher would want a student to possess, taking a positive attitude toward in-person academic learning, and is conscientious and dedicated, self-motivated and respectful to peers and adults. Charlene has not taken a day off and continues to be an outstanding student in all regards.”
Sarah Wilson, daughter of Tom and Kathleen Wilson, is a high-honors student in the Early Childhood Education program. She is a member of the Theatre Guild and participated in the production of “Elf: The Musical” in December 2019. She hopes to attend Salem State University next fall and become a preschool or kindergarten teacher.
Sarah was nominated by guidance counselor Jessica Lamond, who wrote: “For four years, Sarah has been dedicated to her academics as well as her technical program, Early Childhood Education. She is a polite, kind and caring student. Sarah was wonderful to work with throughout the college application process. She recently shared the excellent news of her acceptance to Salem State University. I am proud of Sarah and I know that she will continue to work hard in college. Her future is very bright.”