Principal’s Recognition Breakfast Held Today

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Principal’s Recognition Breakfast Held Today

By Farheen Khan

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Several students were honored December 2, at 7:30 am in the black box theatre during the Principal’s Recognition Breakfast:

Ajanay Rogers, AIM Award for achievement, integrity, and motivation, to be presented by Ms. Alexandra Hill

Nicole Camburn, Athletics award, to be presented by Anne Heselton

Katrina Nickell, Communications award, to be presented by Evelyn Lauer

Karen Carreto Ponce, ELL (English Language Learners) award, to be presented by Brett Clish

Timothy Petroulakis, Engineering/Computer Science Business Education award, to be presented by Tim Sullivan

Ahsan Lodhika, Engineering/Computer Science Business Education award, to be presented by Jean Attig, Tricia Brown, Eric Lueder, Rick Kolze

Thea Gonzales, English award, to be presented by Tamara Jaffe-Notier

Marissa Scarbro, Fine Arts for Culinary, to be presented by Kaitlin Romanchuk

Kevin Thurman, Fine Arts for Band, to be presented by Justin Johnson

Nicole Miller, Fine Arts for Theatre, to be presented by Andy Sinclair

Theodora Mitchell, Fine Arts for Visual Arts, to be presented by Deanna Sortino

Joshua Sirbu, Literacy Center award, to be presented by Michael Kucera

Senaid Cuturic, Mathematics award, to be presented by Tayyaba Ahmad and Kathleen Brandes

Weihua (Daniel) Liu, Physical Welfare award, to be presented by Joaquin Stephenson

Haley Aichholzer, Science award, to be presented by Parin Patel

Sana Shariff, Social Studies award, to be presented by Daniel Kosiba

Kapree Watson, Student Activities award, to be presented by Katie Odell

Mariam Al-Anaswah, Student Services award, to be presented by Mitch Stern

Angelyna Madrid, World Languages award, to be presented by David Malatesta

Principal Dr. Jason Ness says it’s one of his favorite events because of the chance to recognize student’s efforts.

“We do this twice a year and it’s one of my favorite events of the school year, in large part because we recognize students who give so much to the school. They give their time and they give their talents, they give their best efforts and it’s really a nice way to celebrate with faculty, with family, and just spend a little time in giving thanks and giving appreciation, gratitude to the students of making Niles West such a great place,” Ness said.