April 10 2017
Burlington Students Recognized for 'Service, Integrity, Leadership and Spirit'
Two Burlington High School students were honored for their academic and extracurricular activities at a regional luncheon last week.
Juniors Ashley Koman and Neil Bhammar represented Burlington High School on April 5 at the annual Middlesex League Principals SILS Award Luncheon, a blog post from Principal Mark Sullivan said.
Each year the principals of the schools in the Middlesex League recognize a junior boy and girl with the SILS Award. The award recognizes students for Service, Integrity, Leadership and Spirit. Recipients must have a 90% or better attendance rate, must have a B or better grade average with no grade below a B- and must be active in extracurricular activities. The SILS Award recipients must possess high integrity and demonstrate leadership and good citizenship as well as having participated in school and/or community service.
“I was extremely proud to attend the luncheon today with Ashley and Neil,” Sullivan wrote. “They both exemplify the SILS qualities on a daily basis at the high school and throughout our greater community and they are excellent ambassadors for Burlington. Congratulations to both Ashley and Neil on being recognized for all their hard work and commitment to being a good citizen!”