Jessica Goralski, a senior at Southington High School, Benjamin Palladino and Julia Semmel, eighth graders at Joseph A. DePaolo Middle School, have been selected as the 2014-2015 recipients of the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents’ Superintendent/Student Recognition award for leadership service to the school, academic prowess relative to ability, and service to others in the community.
A special luncheon has been planned by the Farmington Valley Superintendents’ Association for Friday, Nov. 21 at noon, Farmington Country Club, 806 Farmington Avenue, Farmington.
The Board of Education will be recognizing Jessica, Benjamin and Julia at its Jan. 8 Board of Education meeting to be held at the Municipal Center, Public Assembly Room, 200 North Main St., Southington at 7 p.m.
Timothy F. Connellan, Superintendent of Schools and Brian S. Goralski, board chairman will make the presentation for these three Southington students.
This program was designed by school administrators to recognize students who have served their schools and communities while maintaining exceptional progress.
CAPSS, the statewide school superintendents’ professional organization is based in West Hartford and provides professional development, personal support, statewide conferences, legislative information and educational services to its members.