It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that our beloved Michael A. Militello, former school counselor, teacher, administrator, colleague and friend passed away on Tuesday April 18th. (Although final details final details have not been provided yet, Dumont and Sullivan in Hudson has posted visitation hours for April 23rd from 7:30 PM until 8:30 PM at St. Kathryn’s in Hudson. His mass will be April 24th at 11, also at St. Kathryn’s. Please check their website for any updates.)
Noah Tardif ’17 Honored with Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce Junior Citizen of the Year Award
Noah Tardif ’17 has maximized his four years at Bishop Guertin. He’s an honor roll student, a member of the National Honor Society and participates in several clubs and sports, even serving as captain to all three varsity teams on which he participates. He recently traveled on a 17-day environmental research trip to Peru and attended the Campus Ministry trip to the St Anne Mission House on a Navajo Reservation in Arizona last year. For all he has done during his time at BG and for his commitment to community service, Noah has been named the Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce Junior Citizen of the Year. The annual ceremony hosted by the Chamber was held on March 29th at the Castleton Banquet and Business Center.
Meera Kurup ‘19 has been interested in science and technology since middle school and is currently president of the Technology Student Association (TSA) here at BG. So it comes as no surprise that she has been awarded the 2017 National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Maine, New Hampshire, & Vermont Affiliate Award. Citing Meera’s computing-related aspirations and her demonstrated interest in technology, leadership ability, academic history, and plans for post-secondary education, the award provides invaluable opportunities for mentorship and professional development.
Bishop Guertin High School Announces Newest Inductees into Athletic Hall of Fame
Bishop Guertin has proudly announced the newest members to its Athletic Hall of Fame. The ten honorees were chosen for not only their excellence in athletics, but for their strong personal character and continued commitment to BG.
Bishop Guertin’s connection to France dates back to the founding of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart by Father Andre Coindre in Lyon in 1821. Nearly 200 years later, BG remains committed to fostering cross-cultural learning by hosting students from a school located on the same grounds where Father Coindre ministered as a parish priest.