Timothy Lavoie and Jasmyn Mirabal Named Shawsheen Tech Seniors of the Month
Mar 28, 2015 11:53AM
● By Kieran Gilman
BILLERICA – Timothy Lavoie of Billerica and Jasmyn Mirabal of Tewksbury were named Shawsheen Valley Technical High School’s Seniors of the Month for March.
Lavoie is a well-rounded student-athlete at Shawsheen.
In sports, Lavoie is one of the top baseball players in the Commonwealth Athletic Conference and was a two-time all star heading into his senior season. He’s also a member of the Shawsheen golf team.
Lavoie’s competitive juices don’t just flow on the field and the course, he’s also a member of the math club at school and has been successful in SkillsUSA, winning a gold medal at the district competition.
Studying electrical at Shawsheen, Lavoie has also been a standout academically.
He’s ranked within the top 10 of his class, is a member of the National Honor Society and has worked through the school’s cooperative education program at Electrical Dynamics in North Reading.
Outside of school, Lavoie stays busy helping others. He works as a tutor and also helps out at the St. Anne’s Thrift Shop in Billerica.
Lavoie is planning on attending college to major in finance.
Mirabal is one of the most exciting students at Shawsheen.
Proudly boasting a 4.0 grade-point average, Mirabal is ranked within the top five of the class academically and one of the school’s top students in medical lab assisting.
She has lofty career goals to attend college, major in biology and then pursue a Master’s degree in genetic counseling.
Mirabal has enjoyed a successful career at Shawsheen.
She’s an honor roll student, a member of the National Honor Society and has been awarded a John and Abigail Adams Scholarship. She won a bronze medal at SkillsUSA in medical terminology as a sophomore and has worked with the school’s cooperative education program at Insight Optical in Burlington.
She’s active in school, belonging to the Book Club and being involved in student council.
Outside of Shawsheen, Mirabal has worked as a geometry tutor and has volunteered at Tewksbury Library.