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Rotary Names Accomplished Cromwell Teen Student of Month

Middletown Rotary selects Student of the Month from Cromwell High School

The Middletown Rotary Club honored Katie Sapp of Cromwell at the March club assembly luncheon meeting. Sapp, a senior at Cromwell High School, was selected as Student of the Month. 

According to her school counselor Louis Bronk, Sapp “has influenced almost every aspect of student life at Cromwell High School. An athlete, scholar and leader, she makes a tremendous impact and takes the lead on any activity she pursues.”

In addition to being currently ranked fifth in her class with a GPA of 3.89, Sapp has been on the high school soccer and basketball teams for four years. Besides being an active Student Council member throughout high school and current Student Council president, Sapp is a member of the CHS Peer Helper Group and Cromwell Awareness Youth Action Council. 

A few of her many achievements include CT Association Board of Education Scholar Leader Award, a member of the National Honor Society, and CT Association of School-Scholar Leader Award. 

Sapp received the Day of Pride (4 Year) Scholarship for the University of Connecticut, where she will attend this fall; she plans to get her J.D. and become a corporate lawyer.

As a Cromwell resident and Middletown Rotarian, I was especially honored to present this award to Katie Sapp. 

The Middletown Rotary Club selects Student of the Month based on a combination of high academic standards, community involvement, and extracurricular activities.  Rotary maintains its membership from those who live and/or work in Middletown as well as the surrounding towns of Cromwell, Portland, Durham, Middlefield and Higganum. For information on becoming a member of the Middletown Rotary Club, visit www.middletownrotary.org or contact jwalter@rushford.org.

 

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