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Elmont Memorial High School Commends October Students of the Month


october2012studmon475Recognizing student contributions and success is important at Elmont Memorial High School.  Principal John Capozzi invited all of the October Students of the Month to his office to recognize their positive impact on the school and to give them their Student of the Month Award Certificate as well as a gift voucher for a free dessert at Applebees, a fresh baked cookie at Panera Bread and a $5.00 gift certificate for the Elmont Memorial High School Store.   Students are nominated by their academic content area teachers and Interdisciplinary Junior High Teams for aspects in academic achievement, showing character, respect, responsibility, caring and citizenship.

Pictured above are Elmont Memorial High School Principal John Capozzi and:

  • Tanecia Sears, The Colts Team;
  • Juan Cruz Michelli, Social Studies;
  • Aren Scantlebury, Business;
  • Emmanuel Toluhi, Art;
  • Jelami Douglas, Physical Education;
  • Joshua Darien, Music;
  • Imani Hill, Social Studies;
  • Jonathan Jones, Independent Life Skills;
  • Kayla Rodriguez, Home & Career Skills;
  • Juliet Jacob, The Green Wave Team;
  • Nicholas Khan, The Green Wave Team;
  • Buchi Emeagwali, The Broncos Team;
  • Justin Pinnock, English AIS;
  • Mah-noor Butt, English AIS;
  • Robin Varughese, English AIS;
  • Tatyana Bennett, English AIS;
  • Damien Rubio, The Mustangs Team;
  • Symone Wynter, Physical Education;
  • Lovemy Blanchard, Science;
  • Brittnee Gray, Health


Last Updated ( Monday, 14 January 2013 07:26 )  

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