LISBON — Philip W. Sugg Middle School Principal Jeff Ramich and Assistant Principal/CCD Thomas Landberg announced the first-quarter Student Achievement Ashlee Stone Memorial Award winners on Dec. 17.

Named were sixth-grader, Jake Angelico; seventh-grader, Monica Austin; and eighth-grader, Cameron Ramich. Each quarter, members of the sixth, seventh and eight grades are nominated by grade level teachers.

 “The award is given in 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,” said Ramich.

Angelico is the son Tina and Frank Angelico of Lisbon Falls. “Jake is a very hard working student. He wants to do well academically and strives to do so,” said Ramich. “Jake assists other students in the classroom without being asked. He always participates in class discussions and does what is asked of him in the classroom without complaint.”

Austin is the daughter of Amy and Patrick Austin of Lisbon Falls. “Monica is a consistent, hardworking student,” said Ramich. “She is well rounded academically and in the social realm. She is the first to raise her hand to volunteer and is helpful with other students and staff. Monica is a Lisbon Junior Volunteer and has received the National Presidential Service Award for her volunteer work. We are pleased to have Monica at PWS. She is an asset in our classrooms.”

Ramich is the son of Sandra and Jeff Ramich of Lisbon. “Cameron is
always focused and a hard worker. He goes above and beyond in assisting
and is a good leader especially, in his General Music class. His
teachers trust him to help his classmates get work done,” said
Landberg.


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