Saint Bernard names May Students of the Month
Andrew Lemire of Groton and Abi D’Amico of Salem have been named the May Students of the Month at Saint Bernard School. One student each from the middle and high schools are recognized each month for exhibiting Xaverian Brothers spiritual values.
Lemire, a senior, is a prominent performer with the school, involved with the orchestra, praise choir and Bel Canto honors choir. He is a member of several honor societies as well as the fencing and tennis teams.
D’Amico, an eighth-grader, serves on the Student Council and plays lacrosse and soccer. Outside of school, she volunteers with a local soup kitchen, vacation bible school and soccer camp.
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