WESTMINSTER -- Brennan Douglass has been named the Bellows Falls Union High School Elks’ Student of the Month for December.
Brennan, a senior, is the son of Angie Douglass of Bellows Falls and Michael Douglass of Westminster. He is a dedicated student who takes school seriously and works hard in his classes. Not only does Brennan attend school every day, but he brings with him a willingness to participate actively and a desire to learn.
An avid contributor to class discussions, he is always attentive and often has comments or stories that relate the subject matter to his life. Brennan is willing to help his peers and is open to sharing ideas with others.
As a second year student at the River Valley Technical Center in Springfield, Brennan is dedicated to the horticulture/forestry program, and has already been accepted to college where he hopes to major in environmental science/forestry.
Brennan is a good role model and an upstanding citizen who leads by example. In addition to being a dedicated student, Brennan is a member of the Bellows Falls Union High School Jesse A. Judd/Marilee Huntoon Chapter of the National Honor Society and a member of the National Technical Honor Society as well.
He is participating in this year’s musical performance of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."
Brennan works part-time at a local nursing home in Westmoreland, N.H., where he is considered an asset to the staff and a positive member of the community.