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Busler, Ho Chosen as BRHS Students of the Week

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Each week, two students at Bridgewater-Raritan High School will be honored as students of the week.

Students are chosen by teachers and staff in the high school.

The students of the week for the week of April 24 are:

  • Owen Busler - (nominated by Alice Hadley) Recently, Owen earned the highest rank in scouting, the Eagle Scout. Owen clearly has lived up to his oath in boy scouting, "to help other people at all times." Recently it has come to my attention that Owen has helped his classmates in many ways in and out of school activities. He has assisted with transportation and been overall helpful. Owen is trustworthy, helpful, courteous and kind. He is mindful of others around him and truly deserves Student of the Week.
  • Christine Ho - (nominated by Kathalyn Messano) Christine Ho went above and beyond her role as editor of the "Prowler" and coordinated a trip for our current newspaper editors to attend a middle school newspaper meeting and teach the students about our paper and how to become involved on the newspaper staff at the high school. Christine planned the agenda and organized the presentation, and made time for a question-answer session with our future freshmen. She was positive and kind, and the entire group who visited did an excellent job of making it fun, and even created a Kahoot to ensure the session was engaging and informative.

Editors Note - Every week we will publish the BRHS Students of the Week. Congratulations to all those students recognized.

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