Greater Lowell’s September Stars
TYNGSBORO -- Greater Lowell Technical High School has selected its September Students of the Month. Each of the students displays the characteristics of Greater Lowell Tech’s core values of respect, effort, accountability, commitment and honesty in their classes and among their peers.
Andrew Masson of Dracut is a co-Senior of the Month. He is an honor-roll student in the Plumbing program. He is a Scoutmaster for Troop 610, has earned the Eagle Scout Award and the Order of the Arrow National Honor Society for Scouts. He has worked as a counselor at Camp Carpenter and at Muise Mechanics as part of Greater Lowell Tech’s Cooperative Education program.
Andrew plans to continue to work in the plumbing field after graduation. He was nominated for being a positive role model and mentor for all. He is the first to help others in shop and is a kind, caring, responsible young adult who always strives for excellence.
Madeline Sophea of Lowell is a co-Senior of the Month. She is an honor-roll student in the Design and Visual program, is a member of the National Technical Honor Society and received the Outstanding Achievement Award for Graphic Communication and Design and Visual. She has volunteered at a number of community-service events, including the BayState Marathon, End 68 Hours of Hunger Food Drive, Merrimack Valley Food Bank Pantry Raid and at a local woman’s shelter.
Madeline plans to attend college and pursue a degree in the art field. She was nominated for being respectful, honest and accountable for her actions.
Eduardo Gomez Aguayo of Dracut is the Junior of the Month. He is an honor-roll student in Automotive Technology. He was recognized in Greater Lowell Tech’s Caught Doing Good program, and volunteers at his church and at local shelters.
Eduardo plans to attend college and start his own company. He was nominated for his positive attitude and being a pleasure to have in class.
Emily Tilson of Dracut is the Sophomore of the Month. She is enrolled in the Health Assisting program. She plays soccer teams and is a member of SkillsUSA, winning a bronze medal at the State Leadership Conference. Emily completed the Global Youth Summit for the Future of Medicine at Brandeis. She has volunteered her time at a local food pantry, cleaning up local parks and helping at freshman orientation.
Emily plans to attend college to become a nurse practitioner. She was nominated for being a polite and respectful student who puts great effort into her work and supports her classmates in group projects.