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Leysha Santiago - FEBRUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH

Leysha Santiago – FEBRUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH

FEBRUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH Name: Leysha Santiago School: Philadelphia Military Academy Nominated By: Sarah Bruce – Teacher, Russell Gallagher – ROTC Commander You might not notice Leysha Santiago on the street. She’s quiet and observant. Upon meeting Leysha though, you realize that her drive and her influence on others contrasts her unassuming first impression….

Treasure Jackson - February Student of the Month

Treasure Jackson – February Student of the Month

FEBRUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH Name: Treasure Jackson School: The Workshop School Nominated By: Jere Tobias – School Counselor Every generation needs a beacon, a buoy, a stalwart – someone who has the compassion and the will to uplift, uphold and be the voice for others. Treasure Jackson might be that beacon for her generation…

Myah Blume - January Student of the Month

Myah Blume – January Student of the Month

JANUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH Name: Myah Blume School: West Philadelphia HS Nominated By: Tonya Oniyama – Dean of Students Rosa Parks, Ida B. Wells, Fannie Lou Hamer – all influential and powerful black female civil rights leaders. Each fought bravely for the empowerment of others, without regard for their personal safety or success. It…

Charles Blain - December Student of the Month

Charles Blain – December Student of the Month

Charles Blain – December Student of the Month Name: Charles Blain School: Academy at Palumbo Nominated By: Cait Kay – Teacher Charles Blain is a renaissance man. “I was taught from a young age that hard work and being well-rounded will pay off as I get older,” says Charles. “Sometimes it’s overwhelming, but I’ve learned…

Horace Ryans - December Student of the Month

Horace Ryans – December Student of the Month

Horace Ryans – December Student of the Month Name: Horace Ryans School: Science Leadership Academy Nominated By: John Kamal – Advisor Some people are natural born advocates. You can tempt them with distractions and you can present them with other things that require their attention, but they are committed, they are dedicated – they want…

Ashley Maldonado

Student of the Month – Ashley Maldonado

Name: Ashley Maldonado School: Jules E. Mastbaum Area Vocational Technical HS Nominated By: Olga Torres – Teacher Olga Torres, long-time teacher at Mastbaum High School, describes Ashley Maldonado in two words — “Quiet Leader.” In the brief time we got to spend with Ashley, we learned that she is quiet and unassuming. But she carries…

Fall Student of the Month - Liliana Mariquinhos-Fernandes

Fall Student of the Month – Liliana Mariquinhos-Fernandes

Name: Liliana Mariquinhos-Fernandes School: Swenson Arts & Technology High School Nominated By: Terese Gallen – Teacher Lili, as she is called by friends and family, has always been the glue that keeps her community together. A first generation American citizen – her parents immigrated from Portugal – Lili works hard to keep her family in…

Malik Njeri-Mesquito

Fall Student of the Month – Malik Njeri-Mesquito

Name: Malik Njeri-Mesquito School: Roxborough HS Nominated By: Deborah Bender – Teacher If you were to ask Malik what has defined his high school experience, he would say “growth!” Malik was the first to say that he hasn’t always been the most motivated student. But if you ask his teacher and nominator, Debi Bender, he…