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Students, Teachers Honored At School Committee Meeting

Apr 18, 2016 01:53PM ● By Bill Gilman

Wynn students Emily Carlin, Sophie Eskenas, Michael Fowler and Gianna Ragucci were recognized for being chosen to participate in a Wreath Laying Ceremony At Arlington National Cemetery this month.

Five students and three teachers received citations from the Tewksbury School Committee at the April 13 meeting, part of the committees ongoing efforts to publicly recognize excellence within the district.
Andrew Bielecki, an 8th grade student at the Wynn Middle School, was honored as the school champion in the National Geographic Geography Bee competition. Andrew went on to compete in the State Geography Bee earlier this month.
Andrew, who was nominated for recognition by Wynn Principal John Weir, was presented with a citation, read by new School Committee member Arthy Bennett.
Wynn students Emily Carlin, Sophie Eskenas, Michael Fowler and Gianna Ragucci were recognized for being chosen to participate in a Wreath Laying Ceremony At Arlington National Cemetery this month. The four were chosen because of their outstanding essays on the importance of honoring veterans and what participation in the ceremony would mean to them.
Gianna Ragucci read her essay at the meeting, before the four students were presented with citations, read by School Committee Vice Chair Dennis Francis.
John Ryan School teachers Lisa Richard, Sue Spollen and Jennifer Mrozowski were honored for their work as the schools Tech Team. The trio was nominated for recognition by Ryan School Principal Judi McInnes.
Richard and Spollen are both computer teachers and serve as test coordinators and trainers. Mrozowski is a science teacher and serves as co-chair for the Tech Fundraiser. The teachers were presented with citations, read by School Committee member Brian Dick.

 

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