Altenweg, Collinge, Hapenny and Lam a THS Grand Slam
TYNGSBORO -- Tyngsboro High School has announced November’s Students of the Month.
Hayley Altenweg, daughter of Henry and Kimberly Altenweg, is a consistent honor-roll student, a member of the National Honor Society and has received the Principal’s Award. She is a member of the Senior Sidekick program, PALS, the Student Council and the Ski Club. She played tennis and is captain of the cheerleading team.
Hayley volunteers at the Lighthouse School Halloween Party, Habitat For Humanity, Toys For Tots, the American Heart Association and Little Einsteins. She looks forward to going to college to study radiology.
Jenna Collinge, daughter of Troy and Sheryl Collinge, is a member of the National Honor Society and has received the Outstanding Achievement in Foreign Language Award, the Academic Excellence Award, and the Outstanding Achievement in Social Studies Award.
She is a member of the Ski Club, Student Council, Volleyball Club and PALS. She is a past vice president of her class.
Jenna has played tennis for THS. She volunteers for Habitat For Humanity, a soup kitchen, Tyngsboro Public Library, Little Einsteins and at the Tyngsboro Trot.
She looks forward to forging a career in the mental health.
Taylor Hapenny, daughter of Jim and Kim Hapenny, has received the Outstanding Achievement in Social Studies Award and the Principal’s Award.
She is an officer of the Student Council, as well as being a member of PALS, the Yearbook Committee, Senior Sidekicks and the Chess Club.
Taylor played soccer and competes for the spring track team. She volunteers for the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, at Red Cross blood drives, Little Einsteins, a soup kitchen and as a tour guide for THS.
She looks forward to earning her Master’s degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders and studying abroad.
Peter Lam, son of Hai Lam and Uyen Le, is a member of the National Honor Society and has received the Outstanding Achievement in Science Award, the Academic Excellence Award and the Principal’s Award. He is a member of the Robotics Club.
Peter competes for the tennis and cross-country teams. He plans to attend college and become an electrical engineer.