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January Senior of the Month: Cassidy is recently employed at the Southside Bistro in Wilkes-Barre.
February Senior of the Month: She serves as Treasurer for the Class of and is a member of the volleyball team. In the community, Kirsten is a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, where she serves as a cantor and volunteers for the annual church festival.
She has also volunteered her time in fundraising for the Weatherly Animal Shelter. Kirsten is employed at the Weatherly Country Inn.
March Senior of the Month: In the community, Bree is involved with SGA-related fundraisers and activities, as well as volunteering her time each year for the Black Diamond Classic basketball tournament.
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Bree is an active member of Zions Lutheran Church, and she has been employed at Original Italian Pizza, Weatherly, for the past year and a half.
Sponsors for the month of March are Philip J. April Senior of the Month: Courtney is enrolled in dual enrollment and AP classes at the high school.
Garret is the high school senior representative to the Weatherly Area School Board. He serves as president of the Skiing and Snowboarding club, and is a member of the golf team, the varsity baseball team, the high school marching and concert bands, and SPARC.
Garret is a four-year letter winner in golf. In the community, Garret is an active member of St. While there, Curtin said everyone was able to hear about educational legislation straight from federal sources, including U.
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Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. It felt good to hear that said from the very top. Curtin has participated in several events as Illinois Teacher of the Year, including speaking at various schools.
He visited Elmhurst College where he discussed teaching philosophies and challenged those students to explore what it means to be a teacher.
At another school, he recalls being particularly nervous about speaking in front of kindergarten through eighth grade students at Rakin Elementary School in Pekin, Ill. It was a lot more conversation than a presentation, so I was able to be in the crowd with the kids and get them to participate in role playing. He will attend the ECS National Forum for Educational Policy as another opportunity to explore the legislative side of the field and how it affects students.
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Lastly, Curtin will tap into math and science with a trip to Space Camp in Alabama. However, this honor has allowed him to break through those walls and explore education in the country.
But although he would never trade these opportunities or honor, he sometimes misses being away from his students at Schaumburg High School. The Purple Comet Math Meet is a free, on-line, international, team mathematics competition designed for middle and high school students conducted annually since The six students, ranging from freshmen to seniors, worked together in a computer lab during the competition. There is a day period where the competition can be administered, and 30 questions must be completed within 90 minutes of the supervisor starting the competition.
Students can use any non-online resources, including calculators, to help them during the meet.
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Lewis said questions included a wide array of subject matter. To efficiently complete the math meet, the team divided the questions between each of them and worked on their own parts. Then, as a group, they would work on items together.
He said he heard about this contest in the past and wanted to get his students involved. To see a complete listing of the competition results, please visit the website here. This is the fourth year Hoffman Estates High School has participated in this event.