Revere notes

by Sheldon Ocker

More than 90% of the Revere High School senior class will do an internship and give a presentation about their experience the final week of May.

High school students are signing up for the 10 events planned for Class Day on April 27. The senior class has a secret theme in the works for the celebration.

Revere Middle School’s spring after-school dance, sponsored by student council, is scheduled for May 5.  The seventh- and eighth-grade band concert is scheduled for May 16 at the high school. The fifth- and sixth-grade band concert is May 18 at 7 p.m. at the high school. The eighth-grade dance is scheduled for May 19.

Two Bath Elementary students were recognized at the April 18 board of education meeting for their strong character traits and work in the classroom.

“Alastor definitely is a role model for others and able to respect others in all situations,’’ said fifth-grade teacher Jennifer Jacoby of Alastor Dalzell. “He is an enthusiastic participant, and he responds in a mature way in class discussions, recognizing everybody’s viewpoints.’’

Fifth grader Eric Zhu was acknowledged as an exceptional pianist.

“I have a lot of students who play piano and do a very nice job,’’ said music teacher Vallorie Marsillo. “But Eric was far above that.’’

Zhu also plays violin in the concert band.

Four Richfield Elementary students were also honored at the board meeting: Lily Corman, Mya Mohring, Marcus Mohnacky and Charlie Fulton.

“One thing you should know about Charlie,’’ said kindergarten teacher Jennifer Silvidi, “She’s a problem solver … she works through every situation.’’

Of Mohnacky, Silvidi said, “He’s just a kind and gentle spirit. He has an awareness of others.’’

Second-grade teacher Amanda Holzman said of Mohring, “She works hard even when things are so difficult. She just does not give up.’’

Corman was cited for being “a role model for her peers in every aspect,’’ said Holzman. “She is very excited to learn new things.’’ ∞