Middle School Honors 48 Champions of Character

The middle school held its 10th annual Breakfast of Champions on March 7, recognizing 48 sixth- and seventh-graders who best demonstrated the school’s “six pillars of character” – citizenship, dedication, integrity, positive attitude, respect and responsibility – during the 2016-2017 school year. Each honoree was selected by a team or department at the middle school.

With the students’ families in attendance, the ceremony began with greetings from Principal Mark Bernard. Nicholas Bilotti and Jason Stanton, the school’s assistant principals, then presented the students with certificates and lanyards commemorating their achievement.

Honored for outstanding character at this year’s Breakfast of Champions were Muhammad Abdullah, Jake Abrami, Jocelyn Aurrecoechea, Michael Baldino, Adelie Barbera, Kiera Bryan, Daniella Chillemi, Connor Clarkin, Grace Clayton, Antonio Cottone, Caleigh DiBeneditto, Joshua DiPrima-Bien, Isabella Fantauzzi, Rachel Furey, Robert Graziano, Dylan Guerrera, Amber Hassig, Thomas Henderson, Robert Hilbert, Marni Jacobowitz, Ryder Jones, Shannon Kennedy, Madison Kiernan,Cody Knott, Anthony Koehler, Aiden Lenox, Ruelin Man-Martinez, Liam McGovern, Mac Meyers, Micah Meyers, Gianna Motto, Naomy Mukai, Kaylee Norton, Nicole Palmer, Joy Petersen, David Prince, Ryan Renganeschi, Jack Rice, Jake Riordan, Alyssa Santacroce, Logan Schwarz, Marley Snyder, Miranda Stockton, Carson Tessitore, Jenna Thompsett, Jaelynn Tomasky, Pranaav Venkatasubramanian and Amber Zelenka.