Noah O'Leary was selected to receive the Farmington Valley Superintendent's Award for service, leadership and citizenship. Noah and his family were recognized at a luncheon at the Farmington Country Club in December.
Noah's incredible work ethic, excellent interpersonal skills, and intelligence are assets which have served him well in his numerous leadership roles and surely contributed to his receiving this honor.
For the past two years he has served as a student representative to the Board of Education. In this role, Noah has represented a critical student voice to the Board and various sub-committees and worked with administration to create a meaningful exit survey for seniors. In addition, he has been class President for the past three years, a scholar athlete and an honor roll student as a member of both the National Honor Society and the Science National Honor Society. He has received academic awards including the Dartmouth Book Award, several subject area awards and has supported many community service endeavors. Noah has played piano for eleven years, and plays percussion in the CHS band as well. Other passions include competitive rock climbing, writing and photography, where he has started his own business. More importantly, he has exemplary character; is kind, thoughtful and an extraordinary listener who is respectful to all. Noah is a model citizen who consistently exercises excellent judgment in his leadership roles.
Pictured: Drew DiPippo, Noah O'Leary, Kevin Case