WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL
January Students of the Month
2014 – 2015
ALLISON REYNOLDS – Allison Reynolds, a senior, is an excellent student who has done very well in the Software Applications class where she applied her skills to many school and community projects. She designed and created the “Prom Picture Backdrop” last June and the Waldwick High School posters that are displayed on the walls as you enter the building. Currently, she is working on a Student Council project to paint a history of Waldwick Warriors on the wall across from the Warrior Nation graphic in the gym. In addition, Evelyn Pagano, Business teacher, notes that Allison does an excellent job in her Accounting class. She completes all assignments, uses higher order thinking skills, is proactive in seeking additional information and has a 98 average. Allison is very involved in school sports and activities and always willing to help when needed.
CARA MONTELLA – Cara, a senior, has distinguished herself as a performer and a leader throughout her years in the band program. Cara has worked hard to play the trombone at a high level. She has been selected to perform in the North Jersey Region I Band four times and Bergen County Band three times. The selection for these honors ensembles is very competitive. Cara has demonstrated a great deal of technical skill and musicianship to have been selected so many times. Cara has also been an active leader in the band program. She led the marching band this past season as the Drum Major and has been a captain in previous years. Cara also performs with the Concert Band and Jazz Band. Congratulations, Cara!
KARLY TYSON – Karly, a senior, is one of the Captains for the Winter Cheerleading squad. Karly helps to lead the group, all while maintaining high grades and possessing the qualities needed to run a successful team. Karly is always willing to help others and is the first to volunteer.
KYLE BENVENUTO – Kyle, a sophomore, is always putting others ahead of himself. He is one of the most polite students who you could come across. He is respectful to his coaches, teammates, officials, and opponents. Kyle is a varsity starter. As a sophomore, he has had big games in January; including scoring 13 points against Midland Park, 15 points against Mahwah and 17 points against Cresskill. Kyle works hard every day to improve on the court and in the classroom.