WHS March Students of the Month

March Students of the Month
2015 – 2016


MAX FORREST - Max, a sophomore, is the Physical Education Student of the Month.  His daily participation, effort and leadership are prime examples for others students to follow.  Some of Max’s favorite activities in class are working out in the fitness center and mat-ball.   After school Max remains active by playing on the Lacrosse and Soccer Teams.


SEAN CUNNEEN - Sean, a senior, comes into class every day with an infectious enthusiasm to create videos.  In the TV studio he leads, motivates and inspires his fellow classmates to produce entertaining, interesting and professional videos.  Sean has been one of the leaders behind Wake Up Waldwick's new format; creating characters such as Ronald Grump, a high school police officer and a snarky anchorman delivering the news.  Talent, creativity, inspiration and perseverance are Sean's secrets to success.


MORGAN SINTON Morgan is the only senior on the girls Lacrosse Team this spring.  She was recently voted Captain by her teammates for the upcoming season.  On March 31st, opening day of the season, Morgan reached yet another milestone in her decorated career when she recorded her 200th career point for the Warriors.  Morgan will leave the girls Lacrosse program this spring with almost every school record for girls Lacrosse and will continue to play on scholarship at Division 1 Central Connecticut State University next year.

PETER STAHL As the only senior on this year's boys tennis team, Peter has been an exceptional leader.  Peter sets a high standard which he rises to each day in practice while also encouraging other players on the team to do the same.  He worked hard in the off season to be in top shape right from the start.  Coincidentally, Peter coordinates the conditioning portion of the practices and pushes his teammates to improve their fitness.  Peter is a strong student-athlete as he has maintained a high academic average throughout his high school years.  Peter is most definitely what every Warrior student-athlete should be.