Seekonk Public Schools Announces Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Scholarship Recipient
Seekonk — Superintendent Rich Drolet is pleased to announce that Seekonk High School Senior Madison Sirois has been awarded a Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S) scholarship.
Sirois was awarded a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by M.A.S.S. and member districts from the South Coast Educational Collaborative. The scholarship was presented to Sirois during a virtual award ceremony held on Thursday, Jan. 21.
"I would like to personally congratulate Madison on this well-deserved acknowledgment of distinction," Superintendent Drolet said. "Madison is a quiet and humble leader who is currently ranked first in the Class of 2021. She is extremely friendly and as a result, is well-liked by her peers."
Sirois continuously contributes her ideas at Seekonk High School and actively participates in “Student Lobby Hour” discussions with administrators, students and staff. She is also a member of the Executive Board of the National Honor Society and is a member of the Model UN Team where she continues to put her leadership skills to good use and challenges herself academically.
Along with her strong commitment to challenging academic coursework, Sirois has devoted much of her time to meaningful, longstanding extracurricular pursuits. She is a member of the Seekonk High School swim team and she plays softball for both Seekonk High as well as an independent league. Sirois also is a three-year member of the high school’s Key Club, a Spanish Club member, and a Green Team member.
Sirois has also held the position of the high school yearbook editor for the past three years, which is a position typically filled each year by a member of the senior class.
In addition to the M.A.S.S scholarship, Sirois is also a finalist for the $20,000 Coca-Cola scholarship, which is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors across the country.