LISBON — Lisbon High School Principal Nicholas Gannon announced the Students of the 1st Quarter during a school-wide assembly on Nov. 18.

Parents, grandparents and siblings of the recipients were invited to the stage during the award presentations to congratulate students.

Students are nominated by staff members for their community service, academics, co-curricular activities, sports participation, good citizenship and overall positive reflection of the student body.

Awards were presented to senior Cosette Holmes, junior Brock Vachon, sophomore Christopher Norman, and freshman Bradley Harriman.

Holmes is the daughter of Erin and Josh Holmes of Lisbon Falls. She is relatively new to the Lisbon school community and has become involved in extra-curricular activities such as drama and chorus. She is a determined senior who challenges herself by taking honor level classes. “Cosette is a positive influence on her peers and is a role model for success,” Gannon said.

Vachon, the son of Sherry Bailey of Lisbon Falls,  is a good-natured student who works hard to be successful. “In addition to being the Region 10 Student of the Quarter for auto repair, he also is the LHS Student of the Quarter for making tremendous strides in his work at LHS,” Gannon said.

Norman has been a Lisbon student volunteer since 2009 and is the son of Catherine and Joseph Norman of Lisbon. He is an active member of his class, serving as vice president, and organizing fundraisers and volunteering throughout the community. He is a member of the soccer, basketball, baseball and Science Olympiad teams. “Chris has a passion for reading and always has a positive attitude,” Gannon said.

Harriman, the son of Stacy and James Harriman of Lisbon, is an active participant in the classroom, contributing to rich discussions with his positive attitude. “Bradley is a motivated, conscientious super polite, involved, hardworking and intelligent young man,” Gannon said. He plays football and is on the wrestling team.

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