DANBURY, Conn. -- Wooster High School recently recognized student Julia Bauer for her numerous accomplishments.
The ninth-grader is active in and out of the classroom.
“She went above and beyond during our pumpkin carving activity in advisory. She was helpful, engaged, collaborative, and showed only positive interactions with peers. She contributed to all aspects of planning, working and clean up with great energy and enthusiasm,” said Hannah Reed, dean of students
On the soccer field, her coaches reported “she walked onto our team with the disposition everyone needs as a player and a teammate. Not only did she have the player skill set we needed and wanted, but she also had flexibility (positions), understanding (reading the culture and the players she was joining), compassion (for our new players who had never played) and the grit and hustle and work ethic. Without her necessarily knowing it, or trying to be "the captain" as some kids do, her day-to-day examples have established for herself the leadership, commitment and passionate qualities every team needs.”
A teacher wrote of Bauer that “the praises are myriad, continuous and across multiple dimensions of school life and across students, faculty and administration.”
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