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Quarter 1 Celebration and Awards

Quarter 1 Celebration and Awards
Posted on 11/27/2017
Quarter 1 AwardsOn Thursday, November 9, 2017, a whole school assembly was held to celebrate the end of Quarter 1. Besides chanting our school’s core values, we also cheered on some brave students who volunteered to show off their dance skills on stage. In alignment with our core value of Passion, which states that “our passion is for the pursuit of academic excellence through effort,” we gave out Quarter 1 “Academic Excellence” awards in the following categories:



6th Grade Awards
English Language Arts

  • Vanessa Espada (Academic Achievement)
  • Thakhayvon Louis (Effort)

Math

  • Amyrrah Domond (Academic Achievement)
  • Nicholas Hunt (Effort)

Social Studies

  • Nahin Noor (Academic Achievement)
  • Jhamir Mercedat (Effort)

Science

  • Megan Huang (Academic Achievement)
  • Merhawi Hadgu (Effort)

7th Grade Awards
English Language Arts

  • Kylee Bernard (Academic Achievement)
  • Yonatan Tecleberhan (Effort)

Math

  • Salma Boukouj (Academic Achievement)
  • Troy Miller (Effort)

Social Studies

  • Owen Johnson (Academic Achievement)
  • Evan Messina (Effort)

Science

  • Ariana Ramos (Academic Achievement)
  • Nickdiana Saint-Felix (Effort)

8th Grade Awards
English Language Arts

  • Shlok Chitalia (Academic Achievement)
  • Alyssa Lee (Effort)

Math

  • Lwam Mahari (Academic Achievement)
  • Sarah Bohlman (Academic Achievement)
  • Patrick Colleran (Effort)
  • Sanaa-Faith Lahens (Effort)

Social Studies

  • Diego Gianola (Academic Achievement)
  • Malachi Woodson (Effort)

Science

  • Suraiya Seema (Academic Achievement)
  • Camille Paul (Effort)

We also gave a shout out to the Putnam Ave. Cross Country team, who competed in the Upper Schools Cross Country tournament on November 1st. We are proud to celebrate these runners in particular:

  • Kaliab Kebede - 1st place overall
  • Ivan Perez - 2nd place overall
  • Isabelle Slootsky-Johnson - 6th place overall; 1st place for PAUS

We rounded out the assembly by listening to student government speeches from the four teams in the running and were impressed by the poise and dedication of our future student leaders. Go Putnam Ave.!