The Middle Country Central School District is home to exemplary students whose accomplishments continuously deserve acknowledgment and celebration. Congratulations to Trinity Columbel, Dora John, and Julia Carter for being named the District’s students of the month in October. Trinity Columbel, Dora Johnson, and Julia Carter represent the core values of the Middle Country School District and it is with great pride that they are recognized as students of the month.
“Trinity, Dora, Julia are wonderful examples of the smart, talented, and driven students teeming within our District,” said Dr. Roberta Gerold, Superintendent of Schools. “Celebrating the work and achievements of our students is one that we take great pride in. The District is inspired by the daily work put in by our students and the dedication to academics and extracurriculars displayed by these three wonderful students.”
Trinity is a talented, young musician. Her dedication to the bass has led to her participation in the Long Island String Festival Association Orchestra, and the Suffolk Country Music Educators Association Orchestra programs. Trinity is also the leader of her section in the Dawnwood Middle School Orchestra. In addition to her musical prowess, Trinity is a driven student whose hard work has afforded her with an overall GPA of 99.83. Newfield High School is proud to recognize Dora Johnson as its student of the month. Dora’s discipline and ability to successfully manage a rigorous course load as well as numerous extracurriculars epitomizes what it means to be student of the month. Dora’s weighted GPA of 103.3542 has placed her at the top of her class all while excelling in her extracurricular pursuits which include being a member of the varsity fencing team, the mock trial team, the Middle Country Legislative Assembly, the Thespian Honor Society, National Honor Society, president of The Newfield Wolverine Newspaper, and is President of the District Government Organization. Julia is a star student at Selden Middle School. Julia has made her classes a prime focus during her academic journey which led to her maintaining a yearly GPA of 99.9. In addition to being a member of the Home and Careers Club, Julia is an active member of the Drama Club where she works backstage during school productions. Julia plans to get even more involved this year by becoming an assistant coach for younger levels in basketball. The Middle Country School District is inspired by the strong work ethic and commitment to community that these young girls represent.
For more information regarding the Middle Country Central School District and its students’ many achievements, please visit the district’s website: https://www.mccsd.net/.