Items of Interest
Alumni News Briefs and Updates
Congratulations to Jennifer (Dumais) Gryckiewicz '94 and her husband, Jonathan, on the birth of their son, Andrew Francis Gryckiewicz. Maybe the next Sugar Coated Bakery chef??
We are wishing Kaiden Nobrega '18 well as he pursues admission into the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. You've got this Kaiden! See the full article in the Lowell Sun.
Rileigh Armstrong '13 has been admitted to the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry for the Fall 2021 semester. Rileigh will be pursuing a Master's degree in Theology and Ministry.
Congratulations to Katerina Kalabokis '06 on her recent election to the Tyngsborough Board of Selectmen. Katerina, a local attorney, was the top vote-getter in the June 15th election. Enjoy this part of your journey Katerina.
The sister and brother team of Ranjana Ramesh '19 and Navin Ramesh '20 are making a statement at Central Catholic High School. They began multiple clubs such as Neuroscience, Social Justice, Public Speaking, & Dance.
In addition, Ranjana was named a 2nd place winner and recipient of the highly sought-after DECA Glass in the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)’s 2021 Virtual International Career Development Conference. Navin achieved a top ten finish. Ranjana and Navin competed against thousands of students from across the globe in the Principles of Hospitality and Tourism category.
Congratulations to Arnav Lele '20 for supporting the DECA team at Central Catholic High School as they climbed the ranks ultimately culminating with 2nd place and top ten wins!
We are so proud of Charles Gualtieri, Jr. '11 who received his Master’s degree in Neuroscience from the University of Massachusetts Amherst this month. Also, of Connor Porell '08 who received his Master's degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute this month. Way to go!
Congratulations to Jeffrey Morrissette '05, his wife Amanda, and big sister, Rylee on the new addition to the family! Colton arrived in October 2020.
Congratulations to Abigail Linsky '18 on the success of her first Bishop Guertin Theater production of Little Shop of Horrors. Little Shop of Horrors by Howard Ashman with music by Alan Menken was first performed on May 6, 1982, at the Workshop of the Players' Art Theatre. Abigail did an amazing job playing the part of Mrs. Luce. Way to go Abbey. We look forward to many more performances, maybe on Broadway someday!
Mikayla Eath '18, Sofia Friedl '18, and isha Swarray '18, juniors at the Academy of Notre Dame in Tyngsboro have been inducted into the Academy of Notre Dame National Honor Society. Great job ladies!
Andre Ragel '13 served this year as post-secondary president of the virtual chapter of Lowell High School's Chapter of Business Professionals of America this year and will continue to be the business outreach liaison moving forward. The members of the Business Professionals of America virtually participated in competitive events, leadership workshops, business meetings, and a trivia night. Way to be a great mentor Andre!
We are proud of John (Jack) Rider-McGovern '13 as he has been awarded the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship. This fellowship is a one-year grant for “purposeful, independent exploration outside the United States awarded to graduating seniors nominated by one of 41 partner institutes”. Read the full article in the Lowell Sun.