Blatus, San, Coloma Recognized at GLTHS
TYNGSBORO -- Greater Lowell Technical High School recently recognized three May Students of the Month for displaying the school’s core values of respect, effort, accountability, commitment and honesty.
Evan Blatus of Dracut is the Junior of the Month. He is an honor-roll student in the Electronics shop. Evan is a member of the National Technical Honor Society and the Electronics Advisory Committee. He is a peer tutor and treasurer of Greater Lowell Tech’s SkillsUSA chapter, responsible for organizing fundraising for the chapter. He also received a bronze medal as a freshman at the state SkillsUSA competition for Career Choice Commentary.
Evan competes for the soccer, wrestling and winter track teams. He volunteers at the Assumption Church Greek Festival, and at the BayState Marathon. He assisted with donations to Be Like Brit and the Doug Flutie Foundation. He plans to attend a four-year college, then pursue a career in the military. Evan was nominated because he is an enthusiastic young man who dedicates a great deal of time and effort to ensure that other students have a positive SkillsUSA experience. He is responsible, trustworthy, dependable and personable.
Veasna San of Lowell is the Sophomore of the Month. He is an honors student in the Electronics shop. Veasna is a member of the robotics club. He volunteered for the Greater Lowell Food Drive, helping to deliver food to families in need. He enjoys working on electronics outside of school.
Veasna plans to attend either the Massachusetts Institute of Technology or UMass Lowell while working as an electronics technician. He was nominated for his outstanding work in Electronics and for being polite and respectful.
Jeremy Coloma of Lowell has been selected Freshman of the Month. Jeremy is a resident of Lowell and entered Greater Lowell Tech from the Stoklosa Middle School. He is an honor-roll student in the Health Assisting/Pre-Nursing program. He is a member of Project Purple and SkillsUSA, and has participated in the Lowell General Cancer Walk.
Jeremy’s future plans include attending college and becoming a pediatrician. He was nominated for being respectful, consistently working hard in shop and being a team player.