AUBURN — Kennedy Hubbard, a senior at Edward Little High School, has been selected to receive the 2014 Principal’s Award, Assistant Principal Steve Galway has announced.

The award, sponsored by the Maine Principals’ Association, is given in recognition of a high school senior’s academic achievement and citizenship.

Kennedy has excelled in all areas of the school program, distinguishing herself academically and as a school and community citizen. She is a quiet leader, excellent role model with her peers and fellow class members. Kennedy has consistently demonstrated the characteristics of responsibility and dependability so necessary in any leader.

Kennedy has been a member of the basketball team, as well as a representative to Girls State, DAR Good Citizen Scholar, executive board co-president, National Honor Society, Positive Tracks (Dempsey Challenge) and Kick Off Council for two years.

She embodies the leadership skills that will help make a better community, a better nation and a better world. She is a leader of tomorrow and is setting the course of the global future.

Kennedy is an inspiring example of young person who cares deeply about the needs of others and who have taken the initiative to help meet those needs.

“I am proud to give Kennedy the recognition she so richly deserves, and hope that her outstanding work will inspire other young people to become actively involved in their own schools and communities,” said Galway.

Kennedy and Galway, as well as other award winners and their principals, will attend an Honors Luncheon at the Spectacular Event Center in Bangor on Saturday, April 5.

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