Adam Proulx ’15 and Nat Hallowell ’16 were selected to the 2014 Newport Daily News All-County Hockey Team.
Alyssa Grayson ’19′s video appeared on Huffington Post along with Kids 4 Wolves video asking for the protection of wolves. Between both her letter and video campaign, 1,460,000 public comments were collected in support of keeping wolves listed as an endangered species. Alyssa was also named as a runner up in the Nature’s Voices Project competition. Her picture and story “How I Became A USFWS Volunteer” will be on display at the Green Schools National Conference, Student Summit in Sacramento, CA. She was invited to attend and speak at the summit to share her story with other students attending from more than 1,000 schools.
Dihao Feng ’16, Hideyoshi Kamiya ’16, Shupeng Song ’14, Niko Xia ’16, Nathaniel Awkerman ’14, Garrett Teeters ’14, Edward Litvinov ’16, and Shawn Luo ’16 participated in the Youth Bridge Tournament in Watertown, Mass. The students were coached by Maureen Fahey. Niko and Hideyoshi placed fourth, earning ACBL master points and junior ACBL memberships.
Amanda Siegel ’15, Abby Siegel ’17, Amelia Caramadre ’14, and Lauren Silva ’16 performed at the Providence College Festival Band and Concert (an invitational band for high school students).
Abby Siegel ’17 and Anessa Petteruti ’17 played piano at the Chopin Club of Providence’s monthly musicale on Sunday, April 6.
Michael Walsh ’19 received the Pop Warner Scholar Athlete Award, presented at an awards banquet at Patriot Place.
In the first round of the state geography bee, Alex DiCenso ’19 placed in the top six, earning a spot in the final round. Alex ended up finishing in fourth place out of the final 10.
Terry Coes gave a presentation entitled “The Conic Sections: From Paper Folding to Sketches, to Equations,” at the annual meeting of The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in New Orleans.