On Friday, March 30th, Erskine Academy students and staff attended a Renaissance Assembly to honor their peers with Renaissance Awards.
Recognition Awards were presented to the following students: Dale Peaslee, Nick Barber, Kassidy Wade, Victoria Chabot, McKayla Doyon, Nolan Cowing, Peilin Yu, Jonathan Martinez, Kristin Ray, Maverick Lowery, and Billy Howell.
In addition to Recognition Awards, Senior of the Trimester Awards were also presented to five members of the senior class: Corvus Crump, son of Debra Crump, of Vassalboro; Noelle Cote, daughter of Tami and John Cote, of China; Luke Hodgkins, son of Lisa and Craig Hodgkins, of Jefferson; Gabriella Pizzo, daughter of Deanne and Greg Pizzo, of China; and Jake Peavey, son of Sheryl Peavey and Matt Emmons, of China. Seniors of the Trimester are recognized as individuals who have gone above and beyond in all aspects of their high school careers.
In appreciation of their dedication and service to Erskine Academy, Faculty of the Trimester awards were also presented to Marilyn Wood, special educator; and Randy Pottle, maintenance.
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