WESTFORD — Emily Brooks of Dunstable and Lexi Sei of Lowell have been selected as November’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.
Emily Brooks, daughter of Scott and Lori Brooks, is a senior in the Health Assisting program. She is a high-honors student and has been inducted into the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society. She keeps statistics for the football team and volunteers at American Red Cross blood drives at the school. Emily works at Westford House as a residential aide through Nashoba Tech’s Cooperative Education program. She plans to attend Fitchburg State University and study to become a registered nurse.
Emily was nominated by Assistant Dean James Creed for her strong work ethic in the classroom, and his nomination was seconded by Health Assisting Instructor Vicki-Ann Poulin, who wrote: “Emily has that combination of a positive attitude and the belief that she can always improve that is rare in a high-school student but so essential to the learning process. I am confident she will continue to display the same commitment and diligence in everything she does. Emily is a trustworthy, reliable, good-humored student and friend who supports others in and out of the classroom".
Lexi Sei, daughter of Bun and Jennifer Sei, is a senior in the Culinary Arts program. She is active in community-service events at the school, including volunteering at a food pantry, and helping with events in which Culinary Arts participates, such as the Taste of Nashoba Valley, Taste of Middlesex, and Sweet Indulgence. She is also president of the school’s Horticulture Club.
Lexi hopes to attend Johnson & Wales University and study to become a pastry chef. She was nominated by Chef-Instructor Carley Capraro, who wrote: “Lexi has helped at every event, including the Chili Fest at Devens, Open House, Horticulture Club, and Taste of Middlesex. She stays after whenever asked and is such a responsible girl".