Senior Awards Night, Thursday, June 1
The annual Senior Awards night took place on Thursday, June 1. This year the Athletic Awards were also given along with the traditional Baccalaureate and Scholarship Awards.
The awards part of the evening began with Athletic Director Gary Graziano recognizing recipients of Senior Athletic Achievement Awards.
Woman’s Coaches Award (Senior female student/athlete) – Kaylee Patten
Vicki Solari Award (Most inspirational female athlete) – Noelle Atkins
Senior Female Athlete Award (Top senior female athlete) – Emily Beatrice
Marion Mansfield Donovan Award (Top female student/athlete) – Julia DiCienzo
John Bell Bulldog Award (Female athlete who plays over and above abilities) – Jessica Lutts
John Bell Bulldog Award (Male athlete who plays over and above abilities) – John MacDonald
Peter J. Crowley Award (Top senior male athlete) – Matt Dunn
Joseph Dondero Award (Top male student/athlete) – Christopher McHugh
Louis Cifello Award (Most inspirational male athlete) – John Goode
Dr. Joseph Dunn Award (Top student/athlete football player) – Matt Dunn
Warren Najarian Bulldog Pride Award (Male and female athletes who never give up) – Bridget Reardon and Jake Crawford
John Delorey Award (Male and female athletes who exemplifies sportsmanship) – Hannah Millen and Leo Field
Robert Ellis Award (Top male student / athlete basketball player) – Mo Youssef
Charles E. Leverone Awards (Top male and female track or cross country runners) – Matthew Rocha
Silver Bowl Winner: Matthew Dunn
Military Awards: Three seniors who are going directly into the military after graduation were recognized. Jeffrey Najarian of Old Colony Post 1788 presented the awards to Brian McCullough, United States Marines, and Renata Batista, United States Army. The third senior is Jessica Cameron, United States Navy.
The Art Department gave certificates of achievement to artists Hannah Millen, Colleen Burke and Alexa Leduc.
Journalism Awards were given to Veritas editors, <strong>Sophie McLellan and Sean Vo</strong>. Sports Editor and writer, <strong>Joe Taft</strong> received a Special Achievement Award from the New England Scholastic Press Association.
The Ronald Reagan Student Leader Award was given to Shawn Ward
Senior Academic Letters were awarded to Emily Delaney, Colleen McCarthy, Vivian Nguyen, Kelsey Willett and Mohamed Youssef
Community Service Awards went to Adam Royle and Julia DiCienzo
Excellence in Mathematics Awards were received by Luana Lima and Vivian Nguyen
The John Philip Sousa Band Award was presented to Michael Belmonte
High Honors for the first three terms – Luana Lima
Scholarship Awards were as follows:
Patrick J. Sullian Memorial Scholarship: Alexa Murphy
“The Good Guy” Scholarship in memory of Jared Lewis Quirk: Ryan Leavitt, Lexi Murphy, Matt Dunn, Mike McPeck, Mitchell Ryan
Christine J. Biggins Memorial Scholarship: Sara Boucher
George and Betty Domigan Memorial Scholarship: Kelsey Willett
The Jimbo Award: Leo Field
The John Mahoney Memorial Scholarship: Mohammed Youssef
The Rockland/Hanson Rotary Community Service Scholarship: Taylor Gallagher
The Edward Sokolowski Award: Lauren Zaremba
The Reuben A. and Lizzie Grossman Foundation Award: Noelle Atkins and Matt Dunn
Mr. Rockland Award: Ryan Leavitt
Share the Spirit Award: Taylor Gallagher
Spellman Oratorical Scholarship Awards: Jurnee Dunn, Jessica Lutts, Sophie McLellan, Evan Murphy, Emily Delaney, Luana Lima, Michael Belmonte and Lauren Zaremba.
Academic Achievement Awards were presented by teachers and department heads in each department.
The Art Department presented their Academic Achievement awards to Shawn Ward and Hannah Millen.
The Communication and Digital Media Department presented their award to Sean Vo.
The English Department recognized Shannon Lindahl.
The Family and Consumer Science Department presented their award to Adam Royle.
The Health Department presented their awards to Jakigh Marcelin and Rachel Buker.
The Social Science/History Department recognized Noelle Atkins and Sydney Wells as their Academic Achievement winners.
The Mathematics Department recognized Luana Lima.
The Physical Education Department presented their award to Cornell McWilliams II.
The Pre-Engineering and Robotics Department recognized Christopher McHugh and Brian McLaughlin.
The Science Department presented their award to Kaylee Patten and Kelsey Willett.
The Technical Education department presented their award to Timothy Kane and James Sheehan.
The World Language Department recognized two students. In French, Leonard Field III received the Academic Achievement Award. The Spanish department presented their award to Lauren Zaremba.
Several seniors were Multi-Award winners.
Michael Belmonte Jr. was recognized by both the Computer Science and Music Departments.
Jessica Lutts was recognized by the English and Mathematics Department.
Emily Beatrice was recognized by the Family and Consumer Science Department and Physical Education Department.
The Communication/Digital Media and Music Departments recognized Sophie McLellan.
The Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators’ Association Student Achievement Award – Principal’s Award went to Noelle Atkins
The Massachusetts Association of School Superintendent’s Academic Excellence Award was presented to Luana Lima
The final “award” was the dedication of the yearbook to English teacher, Amanda McDonough and to Jimmy Cahill. Matt Dunn, Mike McPeck and Megan Saucier made the presentations.