Woodbridge resident Eve Green, a senior at Amity High School was named Woodbridge Rotary Student of the Month for September. Each month, the Woodbridge Rotary Club partners with Solun Tapas Restaurant to honor an Amity High School student. “Eve is a self-starter, always getting the job done and doing an amazing job efficiently, always positive and smiling,” stated Amity High School Counselor Courtney Campbell who nominated Eve as student of the Month.
Throughout, her high school career, Eve has taken a high level course load and early on she discovered her passion for business. She exhausted all of the business course offerings and this year is conducting an honor Level Independent Study focusing on obtaining a comprehensive knowledge of accounting that expands well beyond what she learned in Accounting I.
Eve’s extra-curricular activities include being a member of the Pho Kappa Social Studies National Honor Society, and a member of the Amity Varsity Track Team which she serves as one of the captains. In addition, she is a Link Crew Leader, which is a program where the students help incoming freshmen acclimate to the high school.
Rotarian Dr. Guy Stella presented Ms. Green with a certificate of recognition.
Left to right: Superintendent of Bethany School District/Rotarian Ms. Colleen Murray, Rotarian Dr. Guy Stella, Rotary President Diane Millan, father of Student of the Month, Eric Green, Eve Green, Woodbridge Rotary Student of the Month, Mother Dena Schulman-Green, Amity Administrator, Monica Kruezer, Amity Counseling Department Head, Jill LaPlante, Amity District Superintendent/Rotarian, Dr. Jennifer Byars, and Amity High School Counselor Courtney Campbell