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Westford students at Nashoba Tech receive awards, scholarships


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WESTFORD — Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s Public Relations contact Dan Phelps shared the following press release with WestfordCAT for publication and distribution.

Academic Awards

Outstanding Effort

Music: Zachary McDonald

Technical Proficiency Awards 

Cosmetology: Kaitlyn Landers

Marketing: Stephanie Battle

Plumbing & Heating: Kyle Girard

School, State and National Awards

American Citizenship: Chloe Greenslade, Kaitlyn Landers

Dean’s: Chloe Greenslade

Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Outstanding Sportsmanship: Stephanie Battle

Massachusetts Vocational Association Presidential Certificate of Merit: Kaitlyn Landers

Outstanding Vocational Technical Student: Kaitlyn Landers

President’s for Academic Excellence: Kaitlyn Landers, Reily Tighe

U.S. Presidential Scholar in Career and Technical Education: Kaitlyn Landers


Lowell Five: Stephanie Battle

Nashoba Tech Foundation: Kaitlyn Landers, Dallas Quakenbush

Pepperell Lions Club: Kyle Girard

Robert DeVincentis & Thomas J. DeVincentis Memorial: Kyle Girard

Town of Westford: Chloe Greenslade

Westford Firefighters Association: Kyle Girard

Westford Rotary Club: Reily Tighe

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