Allison Olivo Alcantara is a standout at Gaudet Middle School both for her voice and her positive attitude. As this week's "Student of the Week," Allison won a recent school singing competition and also earned praise for her high-quality work at Gaudet.
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STUDENT OF THE WEEK:
GAUDET MIDDLE SCHOOL SIXTH GRADER
ALLISON OLIVO ALCANTARA
MIDDLETOWN, R.I. (JUNE 3, 2022) – In each of the schools across Middletown, there are students doing excellent, noteworthy things. As part of a new feature from the Town, a different student will be spotlighted for their efforts to make Middletown a more special place to live, work and play.
Name: Allison Olivo Alcantara
School: Gaudet Middle School
Parent(s)/Guardian(s): Ayerim Alcantara & Abraham Olivo
Accomplishment(s): In addition to winning the school singing competition and being a member of All State Choir, Allison is an accomplished academic who’s been selected for a number of Principal Awards.
Quotable: “The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.” Dolly Parton
Favorite Color: Blue & pink
Favorite Band: Hillsong, Chris Tomlin
Best TV Show: “Stuck in the Middle”
Person/People I Look Up To: My parents
Go To Meal: Pizza
What I’d Like To Do When I’m Older: “I’d like to teach at school.”
Favorite Middletown Hangout: Frosty Free
I’d Rather Not: “Do anything that is bad.”
Comment From Teacher/Staff Member:
- “Allison is a lovely girl who cares about being a good person as much as she does being a good student. It is easy to find something to talk to Allison about because she shows a genuine interest in all topics at school and cares about what you’re saying,” sixth grade teacher Caitlin Santos said.
- “Allison’s positive, upbeat attitude in the face of all the challenges she has faced this school year is nothing short of amazing. She is an absolute ray of sunshine that always has something kind to say to her classmates and her teachers. She loves to learn and puts forward 110 percent effort at all times,” sixth grade teacher Heidi Gauch said.
- “Allison is not only a role model student who cares about doing well in all academic areas, but a good person as well. She is kind and considerate. She is always ready to lend a helping hand to help her classmates succeed. She is a true joy to have in class,” sixth grade teacher Caroline Corr said.
- “Allison is a wonderful young lady to have in class. She strives for excellence in all areas. Allison is a kind and caring person. Every interaction with her is a joy,” sixth grade teacher Kyla Viera said.
Who I’d Like To Thank: “All of my teachers!”
Story Link: https://www.middletownri.com/DocumentCenter/View/4682/SOW-Allison-Olivo-Alcantara