Cms student Brennan earns Attorney General’s Triple ‘C’ Award

Contributed photoChatham Middle School eighth graders Taylor Van Wie and Aidan Brennan are 2021 recipients of the Triple C Award, an honor presented by Attorney General Letitia James’ office that recognizes the ‘Character, Courage and Commitment’ of hard working students in New York state. CMS nominated Aidan and Taylor for this prestigious honor because they have demonstrated Triple ‘C’ qualities in their pursuits to better themselves, their school, and their community. Along with maintaining academic excellence, both students are leaders in their school community, serving as Key Communicators for the eight grade and as members of their school’Äôs National Junior Honor Society. They have also actively involved themselves in numerous community service projects.

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