CLARK – Senior Christopher Judd was named the Student of the Month for March at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark.
Judd is a member of the varsity tennis team, the debate team and the science league. He has been recognized by the National Honor Society and is an Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholar.
After graduation, Judd hopes to attend Duke or Northeastern and plans a career in law.
Senior Anthony Villari earned the school’s Crusader Award for March. He is the vice president of the student council and co-captain of the varsity soccer, basketball and track teams. A member of the National Honor Society, he was also the school’s nominee for the Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology.
After graduation, Villari intends to study civil engineering. He has been accepted by several colleges, but has not made a decision about which he will attend.
History teacher Lucas Truempy was honored as the school’s Teacher of the Month. Truempy grew up in Bridgewater and earned his undergraduate degree from Bloomsburg (Pa.) University, where he was a DJ on the college’s alternative rock radio station. He has a Masters degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Truempy was hired by the Clark Public School District in 2002. At ALJ, he has taught a variety of required and elective history courses. He also founded the school’s guitar and history clubs. He and his wife Olivia enjoy traveling.
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