The Fort Fairfield Rotary Club has chosen Brandon Clark and Elizabeth Day as its Nov/Dec period Fort Fairfield High School Rotary Spirit Student Award recipients.

 

Elizabeth and Brandon, both seniors, were nominated for the award by the Fort Fairfield High School faculty and staff with the award recipients chosen by the club’s selection committee from amongst multiple nominees. Both recipients demonstrate an enthusiasm for learning and strong citizenship traits that provide a positive role model for their peers.

At a recent Fort Fairfield Rotary Club recognition breakfast where the award recipients received achievement certificates, Elizabeth was accompanied by her mother Vickie Day, while Brandon was accompanied by his mother Sherry Clark. Each recipient’s photo will now be placed on the school bulletin board and website, and they are automatically in the running for the Rotary Spirit Student of the Year who will receive a $300 cash award.

The student award program seeks to recognize student achievement throughout the school year, across grades 9 through 12. The program selection criteria cover academics, citizenship, and personal development. The student winners were selected for the award period Nov/Dec 2011. Winners were previously selected for the Sep/Oct 2011 period and will also be selected for the periods Jan/Feb and Mar/Apr 2012. At the school-year end the Rotary Spirit Student of the Year will be chosen from amongst the eight period-award recipients.

 Front row: Bob Osterblom – FFHS Faculty Nominator, Brandon Clark, Sherry Clark – Mother

Back row: Tracy Copeland – Rotary Spirit Student Award Program Chair and Paul Towle – Rotary Club Event Host

Front row: Robyn Daigle – FFHS Faculty Nominator, Elizabeth Day, Vickie Day - Mother

Back row: Tracy Copeland – Rotary Spirit Student Award Program Chair and Paul Towle – Rotary Club Event Host