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February Students of the Month
February Students of the Month
Posted on 03/08/2018
February Students of the Month

LARYSSA TERVAIL, KYLE GOULART
NAMED FEBRUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Laryssa Tervail of Pepperell and Kyle Goulart of Shirley have been selected as February’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.

Laryssa Tervail, daughter of Jim Santoro and Laura Rosati-Santoro, is a senior in the Design & Visual Communications program. She is an honor-roll student and has been inducted into the National Honor Society. She is a member of Chorus and the Yearbook Club. She is a Freshman Mentor, helping incoming students adjust to high school, and has volunteered at a local soup kitchen.

Laryssa won gold medals at the SkillsUSA State and District competitions as a junior in Advertising Design. She hopes to attend college and has been accepted into the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the New Hampshire Institute of Art, though she has not decided where she will go.

She was nominated by English Instructor Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: “Laryssa continually appears on the high honor roll and is currently taking a rigorous mix of honors and Advanced Placement classes. She has achieved a 3.87 grade-point average, one of the highest in her class. In A.P. English class, Laryssa is always prepared, scores well on tests and quizzes, and writes with a thoughtfulness and maturity beyond her years. She contributes thoughtfully to class discussions and writes at an upper-college level. Laryssa also has an extremely creative mind, which she put to good use in her Design & Visual Communications project.”

Kyle Goulart, son of Paulo and Maria Goulart, is a senior in the Programming & Web Development program. He is a high-honors student and has been inducted into both the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society. He is enrolled in four Advanced Placement courses — Computer Science, English, Government, and Physics. He is also a Freshman Mentor, helping incoming students adjust to high school, and has volunteered at a soup kitchen and a food pantry, as well as for the American Cancer Society.

Kyle has qualified for the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship by virtue of his exceptional MCAS scores. He competes for the soccer and spring track teams at Nashoba Tech. He has been accepted into Wentworth Institute of Technology, which he plans to attend in the fall to major in Computer Science.

Kyle was nominated by English Instructor Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: “Kyle has become one of my most conscientious students. He contributes thoughtfully to class discussions, writes at a college level, and is an outstanding contributor to group work. Kyle also has an extremely inquisitive mind, which he put to good use with his Programming & Web Design project. Kyle’s leadership qualities serve him well as captain of both the boy's soccer and track and field teams.”