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Student receives leadership award

posted: Tue, Jun 6th, 2017

Eighth-grader Anthony Rocco recently received a Morris County Superintendent’s Middle School Leadership Award. Presented by the Morris County Association of School Administrators, the award is given annually to one student from every middle school in the county who best represents the qualities of model citizenship and effective leadership.

Anthony is a member of the school’s chapter of the National Jr. Honor Society, the art club, and the Technology Student Association. He also serves as captain for the school’s soccer, basketball, and track teams. 

An active member of the Boy Scouts, Anthony has earned the star rank and is a patrol leader responsible for a squad of eight. In January, he was recognized as Boy Scout of the Year of Long Valley Troop #236. 

The Morris County Superintendent’s Middle School Leadership Award was presented to Anthony at a ceremonial dinner held at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany.

Eighth-grader Anthony Rocco with Christopher Reagan, MOMS vice principal, left, and Dr. Larrie Reynolds, Mount Olive superintendent of schools, right, at the leadership awards dinner

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