Abigail Steers of Townsend and Trevor Clark of Pepperell have been selected as the September Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech, based on the school’s “Portrait of a Graduate” attributes: Resourceful, Responsible, Resilient, Respectful and Ready.
Abigail Steers, daughter of Ron and Lori Steers, is a sophomore in the Veterinary Assisting program. She was nominated by English instructor Angela D’Allesandro, who said Abby displayed resourcefulness, respect and kindness when helping another student in her Biology class. The student was having difficulty taking notes and was becoming agitated in class, and Abby offered her notes to the student.
“Instead of shying away from him when he became agitated, she saw an opportunity to be of assistance to him, showing her resourcefulness,” D’Allesandro wrote.
Trevor Clark, son of Craig and Sarah Clark, is a sophomore in the Electrical Technology program. English instructor Elizabeth Monteiro described Trevor as polite, hard-working and a great role model for other students.
After the recent Homecoming football game, Trevor, who plays running back and linebacker for the Vikings, saw a man with a cane fall to the ground.
“Trevor ran right over, helped the man up and asked if he was OK,” Monteiro wrote. “He stayed with the man’s family until he was able to walk off. He was responsible, ready, resilient and incredibly respectful.”