April Students of the Month: Keizy Richardson, Evan Leduc, Stephanie Perry, and Baylee Anderson
Keizy Richardson has been selected as the Senior Student of the Month. Keizy is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Wang School. She is a student in the Machine Technology program. Keizy is a member of the Greater Lowell's Tennis team. Last year she received the Tennis Booster Award. She also placed second in the Girls' Doubles at the CAC Tournament. Keizy competed in Automated Manufacturing at the Skills USA State Conference. She has been a past participant in the Robotics Club, Anime, and the Debate Club. She also received the English Award her sophomore year. Keizy has performed community service by being active with various Food Drives. She enjoys playing recreational soccer and basketball. Keizy works part time at Market Basket. Her goals include working for a year before entering to college in pursuit of an engineering degree.
Evan Leduc has been selected as the Junior Student of the Month. Evan is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Pyne Arts School. He is a student in the Hotel and Lodging program. Last year, Evan received a Perfect Attendance Award and the Honorable Mention Award from the Hotel and Lodging shop. He was a DECA District winner last year. Evan is a member of the Green Club and helped participate in cleaning the school grounds. He works part time at Grand Rental Station in Pelham. He also enjoys playing recreational basketball. Evan plans on attending college and would like to become a manager one day.
Stephanie Perry has been selected as the Sophomore Student of the Month. Stephanie is a resident of Lowell and entered from St. Margaret's School. Whenever Stephanie has the opportunity, she returns to St. Margaret's School to volunteer. She is an Honor Roll Student in the Medical Assisting program. She has been a member of Greater Lowell's Soccer, Basketball, and Softball teams. Last year she received the Booster Club Award in Basketball and also received the Physical Education Award. Stephanie is Vice President of Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA). She was a third-place winner in Medical Terminology for HOSA. She also attended the SKILLS USA State Conference competing in the Career Pathways Showcase. Her goal is to attend college and become a nurse practitioner.
Baylee Anderson has been selected as the Freshman Student of the Month. Baylee is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Butler Middle School. Baylee is an Honor Roll student in the Graphics program. Baylee is a member of GSA. She has performed community service by volunteering at Dracut Old Home Day. Baylee taught herself to play the guitar. She also enjoys playing recreational basketball. Baylee would like to study Art and Design in college.
November Students of the Month: Joshua Norkiewicz, Kayquoi Brown, Autumn Caldwell, and Jessica Dupont
Joshua Norkiewicz was selected senior November Student of the Month. Joshua is a resident of Dracut and entered from St. Louis school in Lowell. His technical
field of study is Machine Technology. Joshua has been an honor roll student all of his four years at Greater Lowell and also has perfect attendance. As a junior, Joshua received the Machine Tech
Special Recognition Award and received a Gold Medal at SkillsUSA Districts for CNC Milling. He is a John and Abigail Adams Scholarship recipient for scoring in the Advanced category in either Mathematics
or the English language arts section of the tenth grade MCAS test. He is a captain and conference all star for Greater Lowell's football team. Joshua volunteered at the Dracut Old Home Day, Salvation
Army Kettle, and D'Youville Manor. He is currently employed in a coop position at Straumann Manufacturing in Andover. After graduation, Joshua would like to attend college and study mechanical engineering.
Kayquoi Brown was selected junior November Student of the Month. Kayquoi is a resident of Lowell and entered Greater Lowell from Lowell Community Charter
Public School. She is enrolled in the Medical Assisting program. Kayquoi is an honor roll student and has had perfect attendance all three years while attending Greater Lowell. She is a member of the
Debate Club and involved with the Mentoring program. Last year, Kayquoi received the Most Improved Award in English and Reading. She has volunteered at the Merrimack Valley Food Bank and Dresses for
Haiti. Kayquoi plans on attending college and pursuing a medical career.
Autumn Caldwell was selected sophomore November Student of the Month. Autumn is a resident of Lowell and a graduate of the Robinson School in Lowell. She is the
only female enrolled in the Electrical program. Autumn is an honor roll student who also has perfect attendance. She has been a member of the Greater Lowell Swim team for the past two years. Her
teachers describe Autumn as a person who displays great leadership qualities. She looks forward to attending college for electrical engineering.
Jessica Dupont was selected freshman November Student of the Month. Jessica is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Robinson School in Lowell. She is an honor
roll student and also achieved perfect attendance. Jessica is the Freshman Class Vice President, a member of the GSA, and Student Council. She is active in community service and has volunteered at Dracut
Old Home Day and the Bayberry Assisted Living in Tewksbury. In her spare time, Jessica plays the guitar and drums. Jessica has her fingers crossed that she will be accepted into the Metal Fabrication
program. She plans to attend college and study music after graduation.
October Students of the Month: Rachany Teng, Michelle Torres, Carlos Guzman, and Chanara Cheath
Chanara Cheath was selected senior Student of the Month. Chanara is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Sullivan School. He is an honor roll student in
the Auto Collision program. He has perfect attendance and is past recipient of the Auto Collision Shop Achievement Award for the last two years. Chanara received advance scores in both the math and
English MCAS tests, which qualifies him for the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship. The scholarship covers tuition to any state school in Massachusetts. He played on Greater Lowell's football team
as a freshman. Chanara babysits his younger siblings after school each day. He is considering attending college after graduation.
Carlos Guzman was selected junior Student of the Month. Carlos is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Lowell Community Charter Public School. He is a
student in the Electrical program, where he has perfect attendance. Carlos has been a member of Greater Lowell's cross country and track teams. His teachers note that Carlos has exceptional employability
and leadership skills. He plans on pursuing a career as an electrician after high school.
Michelle Torres was selected as sophomore Student of the Month. She is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Robinson School. She is a high honor roll
student and her technical field of study is Office Technology. She received the Summer Leadership Award and Most Improved Reading Achievement Award. She participated on Greater Lowell's softball and
cross country teams. Michelle also served as a student mentor. She is currently a member of Skills USA, Business Professionals of America (BPA), and the Law and Order Club at the Lowell Pollard
Memorial Library. Michelle has performed community service at D'Youville Manor, the Lowell Folk Festival, and the Merrimack Valley Food Bank. She is employed by Heritage Farm Ice Cream and Market
Basket. Michelle plans on attending the University of Massachusetts Lowell to study criminal justice or law.
Rachany Teng was selected freshman Student of the Month. She is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Stoklosa School. Rachany models excellent work habits
and student behavior. She participated in the Drama Club and plans to play on Greater Lowell's Lady Gryphon basketball team this year. After school she is responsible for babysitting younger
relatives. Rachany enjoys cooking and hopes to be accepted into the culinary program in the spring.
September Students of the Month: Ricardo Benitez, Yamilex Rodriguez, Shadayle Perez, and Robert Dutile
Robert Dutile was selected senior Student of the Month. Robert is a resident of Dracut and entered from the Lakeview Jr. High School. He is an honor roll student
in the HVAC program. He received Perfect Attendance and the Best in the HVAC Shop Awards for the past two years at Greater Lowell. Robert is a Boy Scout and earned the Rank of Star, National Youth
Leadership, Boy Scout Guide, and Boy Scout Senior Patrol Leader Awards. During the summer months, Robert works as a range officer and camp counselor at the Wa-tut-ca Camp Scout Reservation. He participated
in the clean-up week at Wa-tut-ca Scout Reservation for the past eight years. Robert is active in community service volunteering at the Can Bottle Drive, 4H Fair, Bolton Fair, and Dracut Old Home Day.
Robert enjoys bicycling and camping in his spare time. He would like to eventually own his own HVAC company after graduation.
Shadayle Perez was selected senior Student of the Month. Shadayle is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Daley Middle School. She is enrolled in the
Early Childcare Education program. She is a member of the varsity cross country and track and field teams. She also participates in the Outing Club, Yearbook, and Senior Class committees. Shadayle has
been recognized twice for Caught Doing Good, a program that acknowledges students for random acts of kindness and good citizenship at Greater Lowell. She has performed community service with the Mitten
Project through the House of Hope. Shadayle has volunteered teaching Sunday school at her church for the past three years. She holds two part-time jobs, one at Market Basket and the other at Good Thymes.
She hopes to enroll in a four-year college and continue her education in early childcare.
Yamilex Rodriguez was selected junior Student of the Month. Yamilex is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Wang Middle School. Yamilex is also enrolled in
the Early Childcare Education program. She is an excellent role model as a student teacher at her field placement in the Greenhalge School in Lowell. She enjoys poetry and plans on entering poems
into competitions. She performs community service at the Career Center in Lowell cleaning parks and making lunches. On Sundays, Yamilex often sings solo at her church. Yamilex will be volunteering as
an assistant coach in volleyball for younger children in Lowell and enjoys boxing. She plans to continue her education in early childcare at a four-year college.
Ricardo Benitez was selected sophomore Student of the Month. Ricardo is a resident of Lowell and entered from the Wang Middle School. He is enrolled in the
Electronics program and an honor roll student with good attendance. He is very active at the Boys and Girls Club, where he enjoys playing basketball. He also serves as a mentor for a younger cousin.
Ricardo hopes to join the Robotics Club. He plans to attend college and continue his education in electronics.