LISBON — Richard Green, Lisbon’s interim superintendent of schools, along with Philip W. Sugg Middle School Interim Principal Jeff Ramich, announced the fourth quarter Ashlee Stone Memorial Awards on June 16. The award honors a sixth-, seventh- and eighth- grader.  
Green and Ramich congratulated the students and said, “This award is given in the memory of Ashlee Stone, a seventh-grade student, who was a positive role model in our school. Ashlee was known for her willingness to learn, having a positive attitude, being respectful to adults and her peers, being a risk taker, persevering when the going got rough, handling conflict with grace, being a friend to everyone, being a leader and especially for her smile. These students were chosen for this award because they demonstrate all or many of these qualities.”  
Taylor Plourde, a sixth-grader, is the daughter of Kim and Kevin Plourde of Lisbon Falls. Plourde is an exceptional student, said Green. She is a hard-worker and polite. She is very quiet, but a very good listener. She participates in class and adds much knowledge when she does share. Plourde is always willing to help others. She gets all of her work done, even when she has been absent. Last month, she was awarded the bronze pin from the National Presidential Volunteer Service for her assistance as a Lisbon Junior Volunteer, said Green.
Seventh-grader Bailey Galipeau is the daughter of Roni-Sue and Sean Galipeau of Lisbon. Galipeau is a hard-worker who gives 110 percent in everything she does, said Green. She is a true leader among her peers. Galipeau is a positive role model in the classroom and always makes good decisions despite what the popular choice is, he said.
Leah Goldsberry, an eighth-grader, is the daughter of Judy and Jim Goldsberry of Lisbon Falls. Goldsberry displays a positive attitude and maintains a high level of academic achievement, said Green. At the end of the year, continuing academic achievement can be extremely difficult to do. Goldsberry is always helpful to other students as well as staff members, he said.


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