Tyngsboro High Announces Students of the Month for November – Lowell Sun


TYNGSBORO – Tyngsboro High School has announced its students for the month of November.

Rosa ChhayCOURTESY TYNGSBORO HIGH SCHOOL

Rosa chhay, daughter of Kheng Sengkeomyxay and Limhorng Chhay, is Co-Chair of the Yearbook Club and a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council and PALS. She received the Smith College Book Award, attended the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Seminar, and served as class president for two years.

Rosa’s volunteer activities include working at a Lowell soup kitchen, city events, Special Olympics, and vacation events at homeless shelters. It aims to build a career in business and promote a more equitable and inclusive environment for women and minorities in the labor market.

Thomas Michaud COURTESY LYNGSBORO HIGH SCHOOL

Thomas Michaud, son of Kathleen and Steve Michaud, is a member of PALS, Senior Sidekicks and the lacrosse and football teams.

Her community service efforts include running a youth lacrosse camp, helping with youth soccer practice, organizing a fundraiser for breast cancer, donating food. for Thanksgiving for the homeless and preparing meals for families in need. His goals include playing lacrosse in college and opening his own business.

Danielle Nicosia COURTESY TYNGSBORO HIGH SCHOOL

Danielle Nicosia, daughter of Nicole and Peter Nicosia, is an honor roll student, founder and president of the Medical Professionals Club, co-chair of the Yearbook Club, member of the Senior Sidekicks, the varsity basketball team and the Amateur Athletic Union Evolution Basketball .

Her community service includes coaching at a youth softball clinic, organizing and training a youth basketball skills camp, and volunteering at Tyngsboro Elementary School. Danielle is a licensed practical nurse and hopes to pursue a career in the medical field.

Mason QuinceCOURTESY TYNGSBORO HIGH SCHOOL

Quince mason, son of Steven and Cheryl Quince, received the Saint Michael’s College Book Award for Scholarship and Service and awards for outstanding achievement in computer science, visual arts and academic excellence.

Mason is the President of the Gender Sexuality Alliance and a member of the Theater Props team. He plans to use his interests in creative writing and painting to become an illustrator.


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