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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Student Of The Week For November 16th

Congratulations Trevor!

Trevor Schweigart has been chosen as the Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Student of the Week. He is enrolled in the afternoon IT Essentials class and is a sophomore at Northern Potter High School. 

He is the son of Shawn and Margaret Schweigart from Genesee, PA. Trevor is a model student at the CTC with professional behavior, good work ethic and high grades and attendance. Congratulations Trevor!


Anonymous said...

Kudos to this young man. Keep up the good work. You will go places, I'm sure.

Anonymous said...

Great job, Trevor!

Anonymous said...

There are LOTS of good youngsters in the area...let's give THEM more recognition than that given to the trouble makers. Good work, Trevor, keep up the good grades and positive attitude!

Anonymous said...

Nice to see kids from NoPo being recognized for doing well rather than getting themselves into hot water for a change. Way to go Trevor. Here's hoping your peers follow your example!