Annually, the Middlesex County School Boards Association recognizes one junior and one senior high school student from each county school district through its Student Recognition Program. These students are selected by their respective high schools for being “unsung” heroes who are often overlooked under more traditional guidelines. Students selected for this honor model good citizenship, contribute in a positive way to his/her communities, have overcome a difficult academic or personal challenge and have exhibited a spirit and quiet strength that inspires others. They are chosen because they make their school a better place simply because they are a part of it.
Princeton High School Guidance Department selects Cranbury’s honorees. For 2019, junior Jordan Guidi and senior Juliette Petruso were selected as this year’s recipients! Jordan and Juliette joined their peers from all over Middlesex County who were selected as recipients of this year’s awards for a special awards ceremony at Old Bridge High School on March 26th.
Congratulations to Jordan, Juliette and their families!