Student of the week 1: Juhi Shah

Since the beginning of the year, students have recognized teachers who’ve made a real impact in their lives. Now, teachers have also nominated hardworking and enthusiastic students who create a positive atmosphere in class. Each week, a new teacher will nominate a student for the recognition.

For week one, psychology teacher Jennifer Stearns nominated Juhi Shah, ‘17.

Stearns: As a junior, [Juhi] was in my AP Psychology class, and now she is my intern. Both as an intern and as a student, she is excellent! Juhi not only is hard working, but she has the drive and creativity that will make her an excellent teacher! I am so lucky to have her.

Crier: What are some ways you like to get involved in school?

Shah: I participate in as many extracurriculars as I can. I’ve been a part of the tennis team, National Honor Society, Principal’s Advisory Board, Operation Snowball, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Cultural Awareness, and Book Club.

Crier: What are your favorite school events?

Shah: My favorite school event is Homecoming. I’ve gone all four years, and each year has been better than the last. I also love the fundraisers we do. Recently, Conant had a Garage Sale, and giving back to the school and community just has an indescribable feeling.

Crier: What do you do when you hang out with friends?

Shah: My friends and I have this bucket list we made for senior year, and we try to meet up and check a couple things off every time, but mostly, we just show up at each other’s houses and hang out while doing homework. We’re not much planners; we’re all very spontaneous.

Crier: As the student of the week, what’s a quote or tip you’d give to other students for success?

Shah: You are allowed to fail. You can still succeed even if you fail a few times along the way. Just don’t let it bring you down.

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Aditi Katwala

Aditi Katwala is a senior at Conant High School. She is excited for her final year working on the Crier as an editor in chief. She is also the captain of the Congressional Debate Team, president of HOSA, and involved in BPA. In her free time, she enjoys Indian classical dancing, Netflix and volunteering at local hospitals. Something that many don’t know about Aditi is that she did her Bharatnatyam Arangetram (dance graduation) during the summer of 2014.

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