December: "I Rise" nominee

 
“I Rise” nominees embody the vision of the New Haven School Change Initiative. They exhibit the qualities of life-long learners showing resilience, perseverance, community involvement, strong voice, and the ability to rise above adversity to accomplish goals. “I Rise” nominees exhibit the qualities of life-long learners. They are our next generation of leaders, innovators, and problem-solvers who are on the path to succeeding in the next stages of education, career, and life.
 
Jenae Epps is currently a 4th grade student at Quinnipiac Stem School. She has been able to maintain a high grade point average and excellent attendance record. She is a resilient leader in and out of school with a contagious lively spirit and a deep compassion for others. She has won The Catch of The Month Award several times because she lives by her school's core values - P.R.I.D.E. (Patience, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Excellence).

Listen for Jenae throughout the month of December on 94.3 WYBC!


 
To view the 94.3 WYBC coverage, click here.
 
To view the NHPS Celebrations, click here.