Memorial service for Roger Goulet
Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial service for long-time Carlislean Roger Goulet, of Westford Street, who passed away in October. The service will be held on Saturday, June 15, at 11 a.m. at the First Religious Society. A reception in Union Hall will follow. ∆
Lillian Award winners
from the remarks by Jim O’Shea
|Teacher Mimi Gleason (left) and student Haley Hicks received the Lillian Award in honor of (right) former Superintendent Davida Fox-Melanson’s mother. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
The Lillian Award is presented annually in memory of Lillian V. Eisenberg who consistently treated all people with dignity, respect, and kindness. Lillian Eisenberg was the mother of former Superintendent Davida Fox-Melanson.
This year’s faculty recipient was Ms. Mimi Gleason, a fifth-grade teacher. Gleason was described as a kind and caring person, whose compassion and concern for students has a positive impact on the atmosphere in her classroom. Ms. Gleason’s classroom has been described as a place where students feel safe and where all students are respected. Ms. Gleason has been described by students as being “persistent” in her quest to have students learn as much as possible, and she has also been called instrumental in helping students to accomplish their goals. She has a tendency to compliment students often, and she is quick with a greeting or a smile or a laugh.
This year’s student recipient of the Lillian Award is Haley Hicks, a sixth-grader. Hicks has been called a “Ray of Sunshine” by one of our teachers and I am sure that many others would agree with this sentiment. Haley has been described by many of her peers as being kind and caring, and she is known for carrying an incredibly positive disposition with her wherever she goes.
Haley’s teachers describe her as a “great leader,” “trustworthy,” “kind,” “patient” and “compassionate.” By her peers she has been described as polite, respectful, kind, eager and a strong advocate for people with different abilities.
Haley is a member of the Early Act Club and she is a long-time friend of the CASE classroom in Carlisle. ∆
Carlisle students on spring Dean’s Lists
• Laura Kolstad of Concord Street, class of 2019, was named to the Dean’s List at Bucknell University.
• Langley Therrien of Ember Lane, class of 2019, was named to the Dean’s List at Bucknell University.
• Rosa Jimenez of Rutland Street, class of 2022, was named to the Dean’s List at Connecticut College, achieving Dean’s Honors. Jimenez is an undeclared major.
• Melissa R. Sturtz of East Street was named to the Dean’s List at Elon University.
• Alanna Gushue of Cross Street, a May graduate majoring in sociology, was named to the Dean’s List at Hamilton College.
• Phoebe Parker of Bedford Road, a rising sophomore, was named to the Dean’s List at Hamilton College.
• Emma Szegvari of Cross Street, a rising junior majoring in biochemistry, was named to the Dean’s List at Hamilton College.
• Sarah Fry of Ember Lane, a sophomore, was named to the Dean’s List at Tufts University.
• Jake Goldberg of East Riding Drive, a senior, was named to the Dean’s List at Tufts University.
• Grace Materne of Oak Knoll Road, a junior, was named to the Dean’s List at Tufts University.
• Joseph Poirier of Virginia Farme Lane, a sophomore, was named to the Dean’s List at Tufts University.
• Sameer Sarma of Carriage Way, a senior, was named to the Dean’s List at Tufts University.
• Andrew Wang of Old Quarry Drive, a sophomore, was named to the Dean’s List at Tufts University. ∆
More CCHS awards
In addition to the list published in the June 7 issue, the following Carlisle students received awards this spring:
Mihir Singh (2020)—Rochester Institute of Technology Creativity Award
Marisa Ih (2020)—National Council of Teachers of English Writing Award
Cleo Baldoumas (2020)—The Excellence in World Languages Award
Tess Wolossow (2020)—Society of Women Engineers Award
In addition, freshman Daniel Wang and junior Amanda Wang were inadvertently left off the previously published list. They both received High Honors. ∆
In the June 7 issue, pianist Sarafina Zhang’s first name was misspelled. The Mosquito regrets the error.
| RACE AMITY DAY. The Race Amity Day planning committee (left to right)
Mahreen Hoda, Tom Rourk, Ann DeSaussure Davidson, Gina Fox and Francis
Tacardon ordered up perfect weather for the potluck picnic on the Common
on Sunday. Around 100 people enjoyed the festivities. (Photo by Laura Nero)
Congratulations college graduates
• Bryce Talbot Dion of Lowell Street graduated from Fairfield University with a dual major—business finance and economics.
• Julia C. Nelson of Concord Street received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colby College with a major in environmental policy.
• Julia Veitch of Pheasant Hill Lane received a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
• Griffin Bishop of Kimball Road received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science with distinction from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
• Keith Colbert of Autumn Lane received a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical and computer engineering with distinction from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. ∆
Concord Academy graduates
Elizabeth Mulgrew de Laire of Old North Road and Lucas Ewing of Carlisle graduated from Concord Academy. ∆
Middlesex School graduate
Megha Dalal of Orchard Acres received a diploma from Middlesex School “with credit.” She is headed to Northeastern University next fall. ∆