Andrew Mead-Colegrove was chosen by the Brocton Excessive College school and workers as Pupil of the Month for Might 2020. Andrew is a junior and the son of Kimberly and Robert Mead-Colegrove of Brocton.
Andrew is a well-experienced, beneficiant and adorned adolescent. He’s an Honor Roll pupil, member of Working Membership and traveled on the varsity journey to Spain and France in April 2018. He’s the backup goalie for the Nationwide Blind Ice Hockey Group USA.
Andrew additionally attends Camp Skills – Brockport, Utica and Saratoga. Camp Skills is a sports activities camp for the blind and visually impaired. Andrew is a steady benefactor for this trigger. Since 2014, he has donated over $1,000 by the recycling of pop cans.
Andrew was chosen to be a visitor speaker for the Foreseeable Future Basis’s annual gala in New York Metropolis. He was a recipient of the Camp Skills Jim Burch Above and Past Award 2018. He additionally participated within the Braille Problem 2006-2019 and was chosen to talk to folks and college students on the Braille Problem 2020.
As well as, Andrew is an entrepreneur. He’s the proprietor of ABC, Andrew’s Blind Creations. It’s a enterprise that he created to assist increase cash for Camp Skills. He makes and sells mug rugs for Camp Skills. Mug rugs are $three per mug rug. If , contact him at email@example.com.
Andrew’s favourite topic is Sports activities Historical past By Movie. Andrew want to attend school for Human Companies sooner or later.
Brendan Parks was chosen by the Brocton Center College school and workers as Pupil of the Month for Might 2020. Brendan is at present a seventh-grader at Brocton and is the son of Amanda and Jason Parks of Brocton.
Brendan is a student-athlete. Brendan performs soccer and baseball. He’s additionally a member of the Brocton Center College Band. His hobbies embody fishing, tenting and driving bikes.
Brendan’s favourite topic is Math. He want to be a police officer when he grows up.