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Fairfield Ludlowe High names 11 'Falcons of the Month'

Published 7:03 am, Sunday, May 18, 2014
  • LUDLOWE'S FALCONS OF THE MONTH
Fairfield Ludlowe High School has named 11 students as Falcons of the Month for April. Each month, Ludlowe students nominate their peers for displaying a certain characteristic detailed in the school's mission statement. That characteristic for April was setting a goal and achieving it. Displaying the certificates after a ceremony are, from left, John Sabito, Sarah Chapdelaine, Eric Kim, Guilherme Pinto, Jessica Oliveira, Zoe Holderied, Amanda Bow and Brett Dammeyer. Dominika Michalska, Salmeh Sumra and William Moeder also were honored but were absent when the photo was taken. Photo: Fairfield Citizen/Contributed / Fairfield Citizen
    LUDLOWE'S FALCONS OF THE MONTH Fairfield Ludlowe High School has named 11 students as Falcons of the Month for April. Each month, Ludlowe students nominate their peers for displaying a certain characteristic detailed in the school's mission statement. That characteristic for April was setting a goal and achieving it. Displaying the certificates after a ceremony are, from left, John Sabito, Sarah Chapdelaine, Eric Kim, Guilherme Pinto, Jessica Oliveira, Zoe Holderied, Amanda Bow and Brett Dammeyer. Dominika Michalska, Salmeh Sumra and William Moeder also were honored but were absent when the photo was taken. Photo: Fairfield Citizen/Contributed

 

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Fairfield Ludlowe High School has named 11 students as Falcons of the Month for April.

Each month, Ludlowe students nominate their peers for displaying a characteristic detailed in the school's mission statement. That characteristic for April was setting a goal and achieving it.

The April honorees were: Dominika Michalska, Salmeh Sumra, William Moeder, John Sabito and Sarah Chapdelaine.

Also, Eric Kim, Guilherme Pinto, Jessica Oliveira, Zoe Holderied, Amanda Bow and Brett Dammeyer.