2023 February Professionals of the Month
Congrats to February Professional of the Month, Alivia Maheux! Alivia is a senior at Cony High School enrolled in the Medical/Veterinarian Terminology program. She has really enjoyed the way her instructor, Mrs. Bethany Gilliam, has made the class fun, while she also has learned a lot. Alivia knew the course would be challenging, as she has learned at least 1200 new words this year, but feels her study time and good memory has served her well. Her instructor, Mrs. Gilliam, said, “Alivia is hands-down my best student. She has completed every assignment on time and has remarkable attendance. She is truly an exceptional student. Her level of maturity and comprehension of the subject matter are beyond compare. She has mastered this college level program, and have no doubt that she has a successful future ahead of her.” Outside of school, Alivia likes to read and spend time with her newborn nephew. In the fall, Alivia will attend a pre-med program at a 4 year college, with the long term goal of becoming a dermatologist.
Congrats to February Professional of the Month, Aiden Fleck! Aiden is a senior at Cony High School enrolled for the second year in the Building Construction program. Aiden has enjoyed the freedom he has been given in the class. He has had the ability to select building projects he has wanted to challenge himself with. He has constructed a box, shelf, gun cabinet, fishing rod holder and is now working on building an ice shack. As a second year student, he has the opportunity to do an Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO) at Jacob’s Glass in Winslow. Through this employer, he completed window restorations on historic buildings. Aiden’s instructor, Mr. Tom Holzwarth, said, “Aiden is a triple threat. He is smart, hardworking and is able to apply what he learns, which translates to great skills.” Aiden is looking forward to his last baseball season playing for Cony. When is is not in school, Aiden likes to be outdoors, fishing and hunting, as well as doing woodworking projects. After graduation, Aiden plans to continue working for Jacob’s Glass.