CONGRATULATIONS TO MEGAN CRAVINHO AND CONNIE PAN FOR BEING SELECTED AS THIS YEARS' CAPSS AWARD RECIPIENTS.
Megan Cravinho and Connie Pan were recognized at this week's Board of Education Meeting. Mr. Wygonik presented them with their awards after explaining what makes these two students exceptional candidates for these awards.
"I am convinced there is more than Megan Cravinho in our school. She makes valuable contributions in virtually every aspect of the Lyme-Old Lyme High School community. Not only is she involved in the Spanish Honor Society, National Honor Society, Student Advisory Council, and the Community Service Club but she is also the Treasurer for the Class of 2021 as well as the Manager for the Girls’ Tennis Team. Academically, she has challenged herself by pursuing a rigorous academic curriculum consisting exclusively of AP, UConn ECE and Honors courses. In her spare time, she is pursuing her EMT certification. Megan enjoys a love of music. She plays both the flute and piccolo in our Wind Ensemble as well as the Thames Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra. Her maturity, integrity, altruistic nature and leadership abilities are highlighted in her extracurricular pursuits. In short, Megan is our “go-to” person. Luckily for her, she shoulders this responsibility with dignity, unflappable competencies and poise. She is highly respected and admired by our faculty and students. It is for these reasons and many more that I am proud to present her with the Connecticut Association of Public-School Superintendents Award"
"Connie Pan is an outstanding student, athlete and citizen who holds herself to the highest academic and personal standards. She is a passionate and energetic young person who has consistently challenged herself with the most rigorous courses. As a junior she was one of thirty students statewide to have earned the title of Governor’s Scholar. She was recently named a Nation Merit Finalist and received a Gold Key for the best art portfolio in the state art show. Connie has made a significant impact on our community as well. She is very active in our district’s environmental efforts. From her work as a school leader to mentor to athlete, Connie’s leadership has been impactful and extensive. This year she has led the way in community awareness on many far-reaching levels including speaking at a school-wide professional development program to bring awareness about diversity and sensitivity to human differences. She has earned the respect of both faculty and peers as much for her positive impact, as for her humility and kindness to others. Her abilities are far reaching and her delightful, genuine and funny personality endearing. Which is why I am truly honored to present her with the Connecticut Association of Public-School Superintendents Award."
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