PHS senior is NAA finalist

Senior Jenise Lemon is a National Achievement Award finalist-one of 800 students. The award is an academic competition established in 1964 and consists of three stages of participation. Guidance Director Mrs. Gallipo presented Jenise with the certificate. Congratulations, Jenise!

Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarships

The Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarships are one-time awards in the amount of $1,000 for college costs and expenses. Senior Kelsi Brown was awarded this scholarship filling the criteria of being a full-time high school senior at the time of application, demonstrating a strong commitment to community service, displaying leadership abilities in school activities or through work experience, having a grade point average of 2.8 or higher at the time of application, and attending a high school in a community served by Comcast. Congratulations, Kelsi!

Stafford Success

Senior Bryan Crandall won "Student of the Marking Period" at Stafford Technical Center where he majors in power mechanics and welding. Congratulations, Bryan!

Junior Chris Loomis won "Student of the Marking Period" at Stafford Technical Center for auto refinishing. Congratulations, Chris.

Juniors Nicole Bogucki and Kim Rupe were two out of 10 Stafford students that have attained National Certification in Hazardous Materials Awareness. Congratulations, Nicole and Kim!

The Red Ribbon Event held at the Diamond Run Mall was planned and executed by members of the Stafford Technical Center SADD Chapter with junior Ginger Vaughn as the overall project director along with assistant project directors from two other high schools. Congratulations, Ginger!

Model Congress

Model Congress advisor, Don Keagy, along with students Kim Rupe, Justin Mackey, and Jenise Lemon attended the 71st Model Congress at American International College (AIC) in Springfield, Mass.. More than 300 students wrote, amended, debated, and voted on a variety of bills during the three-day event competing in approximately $200,000 in AIC scholarships. PHS was the only Vermont school represented, and the Poultney delegation presented a bill prohibiting smoking in parks nationally. Although the students engaged in hearty debate, the bill did not pass. Congratulations for your stellar efforts Kim, Justin, and Jenise.

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