Keirah Bongiorno (pictured) of Chelmsford and Jennah Drumm of Pepperell have been selected as December’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech, based on the school’s “Portrait of a Graduate” attributes: resourceful, responsible, resilient, respectful and ready.

Keirah Bongiorno, daughter of Thomas and Robin Bongiorno, is a sophomore in the Electrical Technology program. She plays softball for the Vikings. Upon graduation, she plans to remain in the electrical field.

Keirah was nominated by English teacher Dan Ford, who wrote: “I have had Keirah as a student for the last two years. I do not think I have had a student who works any harder as consistently as she does. Her behavior is perfect, and she is willing to help other students as well. She is mature and kind and truly a model student with straight A’s.”

Jennah Drumm, daughter of Stephen and Danna Drumm, is a senior in the Culinary Arts program. She is a high-honors student and has been inducted into both the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society. She is a freshman mentor, and was instrumental in Nashoba Tech winning Best Dessert and Best Presentation at the Taste of Nashoba last spring.

Jennah is active in the Theatre Guild and spring track team. She plans to attend Johnson & Wales University to study Dietetics.

She was nominated by English teacher Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: “Jennah, a talented student in my Advanced Placement English class, took a starring role in ‘The Lightning Thief.’ Additionally, in Culinary Arts, she planned and executed a remarkable menu of Hawaiian cuisine as part of her ambitious senior project.”