METUCHEN — At a recent Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Vincent Caputo and Director of Curriculum Richard Cohen honored Metuchen students who scored exceptionally well on the 2012 administration of the NJASK and those who achieved the distinction of High Honors from Johns Hopkins after their participation as middle school students on the SAT.
As Cohen read the names of the students, Caputo presented certificates to each student who scored 300 (the top scaled score possible) on the spring 2012 administration of the NJASK in Mathematics, Language Arts Literacy, and for eighth grade only, Science. Pictured here are the four students who scored 300 on NJASK eighth grade science. From left to right are Romeo Tiu, Rachel Suss, Anisha Patel, and Alison Bansil (all current ninth graders).
Next, they honored students who received High Honors on the 2012 administration of the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth SAT Program. Pictured here are those five students, (from left to right): Siya Zhang, Keaton Weidmaier, Alanna Redwood, Colin Draper, and Nirmal Prakash.
Board President Jonathan Lifton praised the all the students and their family members in attendance and challenged then students to continue their stellar efforts this school year.
(Photos courtesy of Metuchen Public Schools)
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