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Brearley Middle & High School January Students of the Month

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KENILWORTH, NJ - David Brearley Middle and High School announces January 2016 students of the month. The information below was provided by the school for publication.

The David Brearley High School Student of the Month for January is a “natural” in the handling of her middle school PSLP classes, in the words of one of her supervising teachers in the Peer Advisory Program.  In addition to her participation in this selective high school program, Brianna Cesaro, a frequent member of the Honor Roll, is also a member of the Peer Leadership Program.

A talented artist, Brie obtained a scholarship at the end of her sophomore year to the prestigious summer program run by the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.  

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The Brearley Middle School student of the month, is eighth grader, Kaitlyn Perdigao. She is a hard working student who tries her very best in all of her classes. Her teachers report that Kaitlyn is the first one to ask questions in class which helps clarifies instruction for all students.  

Kaitlyn also participates in Bears that Cares and Peer Leadership activities where she puts her heart and soul into whatever project the clubs are participating in. Her personality is uplifting and kind. She is always respectful to her teachers as well as her peers, which makes her a true role model.

 

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