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Wells High School recognizes its “champions” at breakfast

posted Nov 17, 2017, 4:19 AM by Michael Richards
Wells High School hosted a “Breakfast of Champions” award event on November 3rd.   This event is held three times a school year to honor students, staff and community members whose service and generosity have contributed to the educational and social environment of the Wells High School community.  At this time, nine students and six staff members were recognized. 

Students honored included Tyler Carpenter, Olivia Durfee, Liliana Farias, Megan LaChance, Kate Pinette, Grace Stevens, Ashton Jacobson-Theriault, Logan Worthley and Hannah Wrigley. Teachers and other staff honored included Joshua Adams, Noȅl Curcio, Brenda Dyer, Gail Moulton, Cheryl Oakes, and Michael Richards.  After the breakfast, each received a certificate and tee-shirt.

Those selected to receive this honor are generally nominated by a coach, teacher or staff member based upon a variety of criteria including accomplishments, academic progress, positive contributions and/or demonstrations of excellence in the classroom or on the job.   
Breakfast of Champions at WHS
In the photo are those recognized in November as “champions” at Wells High School. Recipients are (back row, l-r): Megan LaChance, Liliana Farias, Hannah Wrigley, Joshua Adams, Logan Worthley, Noel Curcio, Cheryl Oakes and Gail Moulton.  Front Row (l-r) Tyler Carpenter, Kate Pinette, Ashton Jacobson-Theriault and Grace Stevens.  Missing from photo are Olivia Durfee, Brenda Dyer and Michael Richards.