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Fairfield Ludlowe High honors Falcons of Month

Published 6:37 am, Monday, December 23, 2013
  • NOVEMBER FALCONS OF THE MONTH
A dozen Fairfield Ludlowe High School students were cited as the school's Falcons of the Month for November. Each month, the school recognizes a group of students for representing one of the traits outlined in its mission statement. That trait for November was acceptance --- recognizing and respecting differences, Ludlowe said. November honorees, with their certificates are, from left: Samantha Smith, Tom Ryan, Kyle Cavadi, Nina Harold, Connor Humiston, Owen Mockler, Jonathan Lopez, Grant Gereben, Alexandra Morrison, Lauren Schreiber, Matthew Rosenstein, and George Whiteside. Photo: Contributed Photo / Fairfield Citizen contributed
    NOVEMBER FALCONS OF THE MONTH A dozen Fairfield Ludlowe High School students were cited as the school's Falcons of the Month for November. Each month, the school recognizes a group of students for representing one of the traits outlined in its mission statement. That trait for November was acceptance --- recognizing and respecting differences, Ludlowe said. November honorees, with their certificates are, from left: Samantha Smith, Tom Ryan, Kyle Cavadi, Nina Harold, Connor Humiston, Owen Mockler, Jonathan Lopez, Grant Gereben, Alexandra Morrison, Lauren Schreiber, Matthew Rosenstein, and George Whiteside. Photo: Contributed Photo

 

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A dozen Fairfield Ludlowe High School students were cited as the school's "Falcons of the Month" for November.

Each month, the school recognizes a group of students for representing one of the traits outlined in its mission statement. That trait for November was acceptance -- recognizing and respecting differences, Ludlowe said.

The honorees include: Samantha Smith, Tom Ryan, Kyle Cavadi, Nina Harold, Connor Humiston and Owen Mockler.

Also, Jonathan Lopez, Grant Gereben, Alexandra Morrison, Lauren Schreiber, Matthew Rosenstein, and George Whiteside.