2023-2024 Students of the Month
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September
Emma Caracciolo is an Honors student and has received many awards in both academics and sports.  With over 100 volunteer hours at Church Bible Camp, Leukemia Charity Fundraiser, Santa's Breakfast, Arnold Softball Clinic, WMS Volleyball Clinic, WPS Italian Language Camp, Emma exemplifies Rotary spirit.  She hopes to attend Salve Regina in the Fall.
October
Na'Vellah Njie is an Honors student with accomplishments at NYLF Medicine Program in New York and Language National Honor Society.  She has served as Student Council member, International Club and Prom Committee.  Na'Vellah's many volunteer hours include teaching at Church Sunday School and planning events as Head of Youth Group.  She hopes to attend Howard University with a goal to becoming a Pediatric Trauma Surgeon.
November
Camden Kelly is an Honors student, earning High Honors for his entire high school career.  He has received many awards and is currently serving as Class President.  He is serving on various school activities while also working part-time.  He is a volunteer at Christ Church, a student a The Math Helper, Student Liaison at RI State Department for Civic Engagement, and Freshmen Mentor.
December
Kayley Chim has achieved high honors and received many awards during her high school career.  She is currently serving as Class Treasurer but has also served in other school activities such as WHS Marching Band Danceline, Student Council and International Club.  She has also worked part-time while volunteering with the Ocean Chamber of Commerce, Theatre Scrapbook, Big Buddies and is also a Freshmen Mentor.
January
Andrew Plumpton is a National Honor Society member, has served as a Freshmen Mentor, served on the AP Panel that helps freshmen and sophomores to achieve success, is on the Brown University Youth Advisory Board.  He has had several part-time jobs and is outstanding as a volunteer - assisting in summer Basketball Camp, cleanup duties at our beaches, assisted in Church at various events, hosted a showing of the Art to Living docuseries, assisted at Vacation Bible School.  He is leaning toward Biomedical Engineering and hopes to attend Georgia Tech.
February
Samuel Marchese came to Westerly in 2022 from Colorado and is also a member of the National Honor and Rhode Island Societies.  He has won several awards and honors during his high school career.  he works at New England Airlines and has worked at URI as a laboratory research assistant.  His volunteer work has included work at the Rhode Island Blood Center, Animal Friends Alliance and McGraw Elementary School.  He plans on a mechanical engineering or aerospace engineering in his college career.
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