DePaolo Middle School announces March Students of the Month

DePaolo Middle School’s students of the month for March. Front, from left, Bobby Lasbury, Jon Breski, Natalia Adamczyk, Faith Kosior, and Sandra Robel. Back, Asst. Principal Chris Palmieri, Scott Putnam, Cole Lespier, Jacob DelMonte, Betul Agirman, Alessia Ricigliano. Missing from the photo are Sam Miranda and Michayla Turner.

DePaolo Middle School’s students of the month for March. Front, from left, Bobby Lasbury, Jon Breski, Natalia Adamczyk, Faith Kosior, and Sandra Robel. Back, Asst. Principal Chris Palmieri, Scott Putnam, Cole Lespier, Jacob DelMonte, Betul Agirman, Alessia Ricigliano. Missing from the photo are Sam Miranda and Michayla Turner.

DePaolo Middle School has announced their Students of the Month for March.

In sixth grade Bobby Lasbury, Faith Kosior, and Cole Lespier were selected by their teams.

Bobby is the son of Robert and Amy Lasbury and received the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence last year. He is a community service volunteer, ran on the school cross country team, and is in the drama club. Outside of school, Bobby plays baseball and basketball for the town.

Faith is the daughter of Anthony and Deborah Kosior and received the Arts Award at Flanders last year. She is an animal helper and played on the school volleyball team. Faith is in ski club and the school band.

Cole is the son of Steven and Jennifer Lespier and has maintained high honors since starting at DePaolo. He received the Presidential Outstanding Excellence Award last year at Kelley Elementary School. Cole is in the Lego club at DePaolo.

In seventh grade Jacob DelMonte, Jon Breski, and Betul Agirman were selected by their teams.

Jacob is the son of Damon and Alisa DelMonte and is a member of the National Junior Honor Society. He is in Mathcounts and is a Peer Advocate. Jacob played on the school soccer team and plays football, basketball, and baseball for the town.

Jon is the son of Richard and Deana Breski and is an honor roll student. He raised money for the Salvation Army and was selected for the state science fair. Jon plays football, basketball, and baseball.

Betul is the daughter of Ismail and Halime Agirman and is part of the DePaolo Factor Team. She participated in the Partners in Science Program at Central Connecticut State University and competed in the first Lego League.

In eighth grade Sandra Robel, Alessia Ricigliano, and Natalia Adamczyk were selected by their teams.

Sandra is the daughter of Dalia Robel and was recognized at a Principal’s Breakfast for Academic Achievement. She participated in the “Sandwich Run” for her church and assisted at her church’s Egyptian Festival. Sandra participated in the school environmental club.

Alessia Ricigliano is the daughter of Angelo and Rosa Ricigliano and is an honor roll student. She assisted at her church’s fundraiser and volunteered at a stable this past summer. Alessia is also involved in Art for a Cause at Kelley Elementary School.

Natalia is the daughter of Ireneusz and Magdalena Adamczyk and has consistently earned the honor roll since sixth grade. She ran on the school cross country team for the past two years. Natalia attends Polish school every Saturday and dances at Dance City and the Arts.

In Unified Arts, Scott Putnam, Samuel Miranda, and Michayla Turner were selected.

Scott is the son of Josie and Scott Putnam and is an honor roll student. He volunteers at the First Congregational Church and assists his dad coaching at Southington Valley Midget Football. Scott is a library assistant and is in the Lego club at DePaolo.

Sam is the son of Paul and Heather Miranda and is an honor roll student. He has volunteered at the Meriden Soup Kitchen and is in the drama club. Sam played on the school soccer team and plays baseball and soccer for the town.

Michayla is the daughter of Deborah Turner and is an honor roll student. She is a part of the Giving Back Girls and participated in a Bread for Life food drive. Michayla ran on the school cross country team and is a library assistant.

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