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GHS Seniors and Faculty Recognized at Griswold Board of Education Meeting

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The Griswold Board of Education held a regular meeting on November 23, 2020 within the GMS gymnasium.  At the meeting, many students and a faculty member were recognized for recent accomplishments.

Susan Dolan-Adamec (Mrs. D.A.), GMS School Library Media Specialist, was recognized at the meeting, as Griswold’s Outstanding Employee for the first quarter of the 2020/2021 school year.

GHS Senior Alejandra Garcia for her outstanding performance on the PSAT’s last school year, top 2.5% Performance on the College Board. Alejandra was also recognized as this year’s recipient of the New England School Development Education Council (NESDEC) award for academic growth and student leadership.

GHS Senior Ayla Taylor-Robichaud for her outstanding performance on the PSAT’s last school year.

GHS Senior, Sydney Hart, who was chosen as one of two recipients for this year’s Connecticut Association of Public Schools Superintendents’ (CAPSS) award.

GHS Senior, Jessica Reschny, was recognized as one of two recipients for this year’s Connecticut Association of Public Schools Superintendents’ (CAPSS) award.

GHS Senior, Logan Richards, was recognized as one of two recipients for this year’s New England School Development Education Council (NESDEC) award for academic growth and student leadership.

Also, at the meeting, Louis Zubek, GMS Interim Principal, who was named to that position when Glenn Labossiere was promoted to Griswold Public School Director of Teaching, Learning, and Innovation, has accepted the position of becoming the permanent principal of Griswold Middle School.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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