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Students Recognized in Health Contest

Rudy Brandl

W+H Middle School students made a clean 1-2-3 sweep claiming the top prizes in the “Don’t Get Vaped In” Creative Expression Contest sponsored by Wellspring Center for Prevention and the Coalition for Healthy Communities. Middlesex County middle school students were eligible and required to submit a one-page entry of their own original work in written or picture form that focused on the theme of vaping.

Five schools participated in the contest and W+H students won all of the awards.

Kayla Martel ’24 created a picture and won first place, Michael Howell ’25 submitted a written piece and placed second, and Thomas O’Connor ’25 entered a hand drawing and took third. 

Pictured, from left: Lee Nicholls, Physical Education Department Chair, Thomas O’Connor ’25, Kayla Martel ’24, with Laurie Herrick and Mara Carlin from Wellspring. Missing: Michael Howell ’25