Student of the Month

Student of the Month for 2018-2019

FEBRUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH – ALLIE DEGRAFFENRIED

Allie DeGraffenried, daughter of Samuel and Jennifer DeGraffenried, has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the Month for February. Allie’s teachers nominated her for her hard work and commitment to all of the activities in which she participates. In band, National Honor Society, the swim team and West Street Beat, Allie is both a leader and active member. Allie is successful in balancing academics, community service, sports and her love of music. Her teachers describe Allie as being “kind, hard-working and responsible” as well as being “someone you can always trust to get the job done.” Allie was selected from over 850 students for this distinction. MHS thanks Allie for her contribution to the school programs of Milford and wishes her the best for future success.

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JANUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH – BRIANNA BERRY

Brianna Berry, daughter of Chris and Jill Berry, has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the Month for January. Brianna’s teachers nominated her as an ideal candidate for recognition. Brianna has been a volunteer at the Manchester Food Bank and Nashua Soup Kitchen as well as in The Young Kasamas and the CROP Walk. In addition, Brianna is a member of NHS, the Spanish Club and participates in numerous track and field activities. As part of her Marketing Independent Study, Brianna has worked with the Wadleigh Library to encourage community members to acquire library cards. Her teachers describe Brianna as “focused and motivated” as well as “kind, friendly and compassionate.” Brianna was selected from over 850 Students for this distinction. MHS thanks Brianna for her contributions to the school programs of Milford and wishes her the best for future success.

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DECEMBER 

DECEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH – SOPHIE DOCKTER

Sophie Dockter, daughter of Kevin Dockter and Cynthia Dustin of Mason, has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the Month for December. Sophie’s teachers nominated her as an ideal candidate for recognition. Sophie is an active member of FBLA and has been integral in fundraising for organizations like Make-A-Wish, creating lobby displays and being a leader. In addition, her teachers mentioned Sophie’s volunteer work in the National Honor Society and her hard work and commitment to the yearbook committee. Sophie was described as being “hard-working and positive.” Sophie was selected from over 850 students for this distinction. MHS thanks Sophie for her contribution to the school programs of Milford and wishes her the best for future success.

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OCTOBER

OCTOBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH ABIGAIL “Abby” WHALEN

Abigail “Abby” Whalen, daughter of Jim and Patricia Whalen of Milford, has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the Month for October. Abby’s teachers nominated her as an ideal candidate for recognition. Abby’s participation and leadership role in FBLA are notable.  Abby has been an invaluable volunteer in fundraising efforts throughout the year and her willingness to take tasks and “run with them” set her apart. Abby was instrumental in planning and creating the FBLA display for the Fall Leadership Workshop. She is described as being, “positive, energetic and reliable” by her teachers. In addition, Abby is currently the secretary for National Honor Society and has been a member of the Prom and Yearbook Committees. Abby’s teachers noted her positive, can-do attitude and the energy and commitment she brings to her responsibilities. Abby was selected from over 850 students for this distinction. MHS thanks Abby for her contributions and wishes her the best for future success.

 

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SEPTEMBER 

SEPTEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH MARGARET “Meg” SAWYER

Margaret “Meg” Sawyer, daughter of Tom and Jolene Sawyer, has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the Month for September. Meg’s teachers nominated her as an ideal candidate for recognition. This fall, Meg will serve as the president of the Class of 2019, the president of the National Honor Society and a captain of the Girls’ Soccer Team; in addition, she participates in track and field, Model UN, the Spanish Club, Interact and is the student representative on the Administrative Team. She is according to her teacher a “natural born leader who is capable of leading with a style that is relaxed and effective.” Meg was also described as being “a respectful, kind and smart young woman” who “always treats the staff and her peers with courtesy and respect.” Meg was selected from over 850 students for this distinction. MHS thanks Meg for her contributions to the school programs of Milford and wishes her the best for future success.

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Student of the Month for 2017-2018

MAY

 

 MAY STUDENT OF THE MONTH – TODD BIESCHKE

Todd Bieschke, son of Bill and Cathy Bieschke of Milford has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the Month for May. Todd’s teachers nominated him as an ideal candidate for recognition because of his participation in activities like the state champion We The People team and the last two school plays. Todd also challenges himself both personally and academically through his course work, serves as the president of the National Honor Society and is committed to diversity and inclusion. One of Todd’s teachers described him as “kind and respectful to everyone – teachers and students – and a genuinely warm and caring person.” Another said that he was “just a neat person. He is a blend of serious and silly but never stops being a hard worker.” Todd was selected from over 850 students for this distinction.  MHS thanks Todd for his contributions to the school programs at Milford and wishes him the best for his future success.

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APRIL

APRIL STUDENT OF THE MONTH ANDREW McNEIL 

Andrew McNeil, son of Chris and Terri McNeil of Milford, has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the month for the month of April. Andrew’s teachers nominated him as an ideal candidate for recognition because of his polite and respectful demeanor, his commitment to Model UN and his overall positive attitude toward education. According to one of his teachers, Andrew is “a  positive person who shows respect to both his teachers and his fellow students.”  Andrew is also a member of Interact and National Honor Society and is a volunteer through both organizations. Andrew was selected from over 850 students for this distinction. MHS thanks Andrew for his contributions to the school programs at Milford and wishes him the best for future success.

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MARCH

MARCH STUDENT OF THE MONTH ENRICO (RICKY) DEBERNARDO

Enrico “Ricky” DeBernardo, son of Michael and Danielle DeBernardo of Milford, has been selected as Milford High School’s Student of the Month for March. Ricky’s teachers nominated him as an ideal candidate for recognition because of his actions as a hard worker, a role model and his outstanding commitment to his educational internship and his all-around positive attitude. One of Ricky’s teachers describes him as being “soft spoken, patient and hardworking and a real positive role model.” Ricky’s ability to reach out to students of all abilities and skills and include them in team work shows what a “great guy he is.” According to those with whom he interns as part of his high school program, Ricky is “a valuable member of his team and has excellent rapport with his co-workers.” He possesses “excellent skills” and takes personal and professional responsibility for his work. Ricky was selected from over 850 students for this distinction. MHS thanks Ricky for his contributions to the school programs at Milford and wishes him the best for future success.

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