Erskine presents Renaissance Awards at final assembly

Erskine presents Renaissance Awards at final assembly

Seniors of the Trimester, front row, from left to right, Luke Peabody, Joshua Reed and Lilja Bernheim. Back row, Julia Fasano, Kayla Goggin, Alainie Sawtelle and Sarah Pleau

On Friday, June 10, Erskine Academy students and staff attended a Renaissance assembly to honor their peers with Renaissance Awards.

Recognition Awards were presented to the following students: Alana York, Chantelle Roddy, Hunter Mahon, Wynn Libby, Mikayla Brochu, Renee Beaudoin, Cassandra Ray, Jerold Winslow, and Emma McCormac.

In addition to recognition awards, Senior of the Trimester Awards were also presented to seven members of the senior class:  Lilja Bernheim, daughter of Patricia and Robert Bernheim, of China; Sarah Pleau, daughter of Barbara and Robert Pleau, of Vassalboro; Luke Peabody, son of Sharon and Dale Peabody, of China; Alainie Sawtelle, daughter of April and Dana Sawtelle, of Vassalboro; Julia Fasano, daughter of Cheryle and Peter Fasano, of Jefferson; Kayla Goggin, daughter of Shirley and Jeffrey Goggin, of China; and Joshua Reed, son of Jessica and Robert Reed, of Vassalboro.  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 dedica-tion and service to Erskine Academy, Faculty of the Trimester awards were also pre-sented to David Currier, history instructor; and John Nored, president of the board of trustees.


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