Students in the News

Four Girl Scouts from Troop 91512 were honored at the Sept. 20 Revere school board meeting for installing five storyboards along the Bath Elementary Story Walk, part of the school’s land lab.

Sofia Rauschert, Molly Myers, Emmy Beesley and Sophie Gehring and their volunteer helpers raised money by using their Girl Scouts cookie cash, plus donations from the Bath and middle school PTAs to build five storyboards they entitled “Finding Your Voice.’’

Bath teachers are asking for more storyboards.

Bath teachers received two grants to install bird feeders throughout the land lab, one of which will include a camera to allow live video of birds using the feeder.

  Richfield principal AnthonyStretar introduced two students to the board for commendation.

According to Stretar, second-grader Emilia Malen was standing at her locker when she noticed another second-grader in distress, because her brother was struggling with his first day of kindergarten.

Emilia walked over to the girl and hugged her, assuring her that her brother would be in good hands.

Another Richfield student, Nora Davis, was recognized for ensuring that her younger brother took his place on the right bus every day after school.

Revere Middle School eighth-graders Rebekah Breckner, Christopher Morel and Evelyn Noland were honored for their work as excellent Web leaders, that is, students who help sixth-graders transitioning to middle school become comfortable navigating their surroundings in a new building.

Revere High School junior Kate Douglas was recognized for her work as one of the school’s 38 ambassadors, who volunteered and trained over the summer to make incoming freshmen feel welcome. Douglas said she wants to become a teacher.

Ten members of the senior class have earned the distinction of National Merit Semifinalist for the 2022-2023 school year. This means Revere has 10 of the top 16,000 seniors in the country that took the PSAT. Congratulations to the following, who are among the top 1% nationally to earn this recognition: Devin Donich, Calin Milicia, Phillip Liu, Tate Johnson, Adelyn Brookover, Annabelle Yost, Lauren Weil, Taylor Creveling, Sara Tomechko, and Wesley Leong.

The Marching Minutemen won First Place Band, Best Color Guard, Best Music in Class A, and earned a Superior Rating at the Norton Invitational.

Megan Diulus became the first Revere runner under 19:00 and the new school record holder with her time of 18:39 at a cross-country meet in October.

On Oct. 4, the Revere volleyball team hosted a “volley for the cure” game against Highland High School. The team held a bake sale, raising $482 for the Susan G. Koman foundation. Team members also honored all of the women that are currently going through or are survivors of breast cancer.

The Revere Men’s Soccer team became Suburban League American champions. ∞