NEW LONDON, N.H. — Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to announce Kearsarge Regional High School’s April student of the month.
Samantha Frazee, a sophomore from Warner, was selected for the honor based on nominations from school staff.
Frazee is described as inquisitive, and she consistently pursues personal and academic growth. She is liked by classmates for bubbly and cheerful demeanor, and is kind to all she meets. She is a great peer to classmates, offering clarification, assistance or just conversation.
“Sammie is a positive energetic force that lights up everyone around her,” Drama Teacher Scott Sweatt said. “She has a curious, investigative spirit that motivates others to dig deeper into their own interests and be able to participate in the conversation. Sammie is a thoughtful, well-rounded, and a personable student who uplifts all around her and looks to offer help to anyone she meets.”
“Sammie shows incredible kindness and support to her classmates, and asks thought- provoking questions in class, not only of the teacher but also of her peers,” Social Studies Teacher Chris Geraghty said.
Frazee volunteers in the Big Buddies program. She is a talented artist who often creates works for others at their request. She also is active in the theatre program at Kearsarge and will attend the Concord Regional Technical Center next year to pursue theatre, film and acting.
“Sammie consistently sets a positive example for Kearsarge. She’s inquisitive, kind and compassionate,” Superintendent Feneberg said. “I would like to ask the school community to join me in congratulating Sammie on this honor.”
Kearsarge Regional High School’s Student on the Month program is sponsored by Tucker’s of New London.