Plymouth, MA (PressExposure) February 26, 2009 -- Not every student has the drive it takes to run for political office. Particularly when that office cuts into homework, afternoon and evening jobs and activities, down time and even sleep. For their commitment to their classmates, their school and the community in which they live, Plymouth Southâs Student Council members received Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac âDriven Studentâ award for the month of February.
To help celebrate this accomplishment, Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac treated several members of the Plymouth South High School Student Council to a pizza party. Those taking part included: Danielle Ketterer, Jessica Chandler, Hillary OâRourke, Monica Joyce, Amanda Tanis, Patty Manning, Ashley Grylls, Rachel Simmons, Krissy Harris, Brianna Maiuri, Melanie Dorn, Haley Holmes, Emily Richard, Jackie Davies, Lauren Hoar, Jill Carter, Adam McGarry, Brian Kessel and Colin McGinnis.
âMembers of our Student Council do a lot more than just attend meetings,âsaid Ann Wolf, faculty adviser to the Student Council. âBeyond representing their fellow students at Plymouth School Committee, they serve on screening committees, present leadership workshops at the regional and state level, annually participate in the Walk for Hunger and this year are collecting childrenâs books as part of the Stateâs literacy project.â
Adds Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac President Jeff Tracy, âBeing a high school student is tough enough without adding anything else to your plate. The Student Council members gladly give up their time to not only represent their fellow students, but make their school and community a better place. For that, they are most deserving of this monthâs âDriven Studentâ award.â
Tracy Chevrolet Cadillacâs Driven Student program recognizes Plymouth high school students for their performance and achievements in and out of the classroom. Awarded on a monthly basis, recipients are selected by faculty and advisors at the studentâs given school.
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