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David Brearley Students of the Month: Sophia Fiorito and Ryley David

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KENILWORTH, NJ - Congratulations to David Brearley High School and Middle School's students of the month, as chosen by the school's teachers and administration.

For David Brearley High School, the student of the month is Sophia Fiorito, a senior who is active in the choir and multiple school productions.

"The David Brearley High School Student of the month for May is a talented and conscientious senior, according to her teachers, and they feel she is very deserving of this honor," a statement from the school reads. "Sophia Fiorito is a frequent participant in the David Brearley dramatic and musical productions, as well as a member of the After School Chorus. This active senior is also a valued member of David Brearley’s Peer Advisory group. Congratulations, Sophia!"

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For David Brearley Middle School, the student of the month is Ryley David, an eighth-grade student who is in the National Junior Honor Society.

"The eighth grade student of the month is Ryley David," a statement from the school reads. "Ryley is a student who has an excellent work ethic.  Her teachers report that she is kind student who is always willing to help her peers. Her excellent disposition allows her to stay focused in class, complete her work with absolute preciseness while staying out of any trouble.  Outside of school Riley is involved in the National Junior Honor Society and volunteers her time in the summer at a local camp.  Congratulations Riley!"

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