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June 2019 Students of the Month
KATARINA BARDEN, ALEXA BEAUBIEN AND DYLAN EMANOUIL ARE JUNE's STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Posted on 06/24/2019
KATARINA BARDEN, ALEXA BEAUBIEN AND DYLAN EMANOUIL ARE JUNE's STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

WESTFORD — Katarina Barden of Groton, Alexa Beaubien of Pepperell and Dylan Emanouil of Westford have been selected as June’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Tech.

Katarina Barden, daughter of Mike and Debbie Barden, and Alexa Beaubien, daughter of Allan and Cindy Beaubien, both recently completed their junior years in the Engineering Technology program. They were nominated together by Science Instructor Jeff Robinson for their “excellent work in Chemistry and other academic courses, and for their third-place finish at SkillsUSA.” Katarina and Alexa received a bronze medal at the SkillsUSA State Competition in Career Pathways Showcase (Industrial & Engineering Technology) this past spring.

Katarina is a member of the Ski Club, Outdoors Club and cross-country team, for which she was named Rookie of the Year. She is a high honors student and has been inducted into both the National Honor Society and National Honor Society. She plans to attend college to study Civil Engineering.

Beaubien Student of Month
Alexa is an honor roll student, and a member of the Outdoors Club and the soccer team. She plans to obtain a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering with a minor in Architecture or Interior Design, and is looking into Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Virginia Tech.

Emanouil Student of Month
Dylan Emanouil, son of Mike and Darlene Emanouil, recently completed his junior year in the Automotive Technology program. He is an honor-roll student and this past spring was certified by Automotive Service Excellence in the four core areas of suspension and steering, brakes,electrical/electronic systems, and engine performance. For the second half of his junior year, Dylan worked full time every other week for his father’s company, Emanouil Inc., through Nashoba Tech’s Cooperative Education program, and he plans to continue during his senior year.

Dylan was nominated by Automotive Technology Instructors Richard Karamanian and Joshua Morin, who wrote: “Dylan is an exemplary student who has a clear vision of expectations. Dylan’s attributes of leadership and forethought are characteristics one values in industry. He is courteous and respectful, always striving for perfection.”