WHS May Students of the Month
WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL
May Students of the Month
2017 – 2018
JACK DUNICH - Jack, a junior, has excelled this year in AP Economics and Honors US History II. He is a hard-working, attentive and self-motivated student who has flourished in the social sciences. He is able to grasp high level economic theory, as well as the complex events of the World Wars. Jack impresses us with his ability to balance academics with athletics, involvement in clubs and a part-time job. Add the fact that he is an outstanding school citizen and we can say that not only is Jack a treasured asset to our Social Studies classes, but to the entire Warrior community.
SAMANTHA STALLARD – Samantha is a sophomore on the Spring Track Team this season. She is a hurdler who has put together a tremendous month. Samantha was named First Team All-League and is the 2018 NJIC Patriot Division Champion in the 100 meter high hurdles. This month, she was a member of the 4x100 relay team that broke the school record, qualified for the Bergen County Meet of Champions and the State Groups Championship Meet. Samantha is a fierce competitor and a hard worker who keeps getting better. She is also getting it done in the classroom, carrying all A’s and B’s in her classes. Samantha is a true Warrior.
SEWAY KAH – Seway is a senior currently on the Boys Spring Track Team. Seway is new to the sport; however, he has picked up jumping very quickly and has had a great final month to his career. Seway was named First Team All-League and is the 2018 NJIC Patriot Division Champion in the triple jump. He began this month with a triple jump victory at the County Seat Invitational and ended the month qualifying for the Bergen County Meet of Champions and the State Group Championship Meet. Seway has worked hard to improve his skills and deserves all of these honors. He is an excellent teammate and role model for his fellow track athletes and we are proud to call Seway a Warrior.
SYDNEY DESOUSA – Sydney is a senior at WHS who has always thought about others first, found ways to make a positive impact on WHS and at times, given Mr. Carroll a word or two of calming advice. Throughout high school, Sydney has balanced her time extremely well with her academics, work schedule, volunteering and the different roles she played within the world of athletics. Sydney always finds a way to get the job done and she will continue to find her way next year at the University of Alabama. We are extremely proud of Sydney!