Citizen of the Week
Every week, one or two students are recognized for their contributions to the community. Citizens of the Week are chosen for exemplifying the Forman spirit through service, good conduct, acts of kindness, and more.
Week: May 15
Emre Ergruder ’20 for being a stellar citizen of the community and the dorm by demonstrating respect, reliability and for having a good sense of humor.
Week: May 8
Celia Tucker: In her short time at Forman, Celia has led by example with an upbeat and positive attitude.
Jack Burgess: For having a perfect dorm record with strong academics and quiet leadership.
Week: April 17
Bruno Cameselle '20: For his commitment to community service, having a positive attitude inside and out of the classroom, and his contribution to the community.
Odessa Slauson '19: For her seamless transition to Forman as a mid-year student and for her consistently helpful approach in the community.
Week: February 20:
Andrew Dombroski '20: For being a positive member of his classes, for his community service at an animal shelter on the weekend, and for fulfilling his commitments to our community.
Week: February 13
Julie Delfino '18: For following through on all of her obligations, particularly in the dorm, in class, and her work for maintenance as part of the Outdoor Crew.
Week: February 6
Rory McRae '19: For decorating and organizing New Dorm for dorm wars night and providing snacks for the entire dorm. She also took a lot of time to help all of the girls put makeup on and get their costumes ready.
Week: January 23
Silvanna Najri Saladin '17: For excelling in her academics and athletics and for her intelligent comments on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Week: January 16
Ethan Bennett '18: For his effort above and beyond in supporting our faculty and ensuring a clean Forman community.
Week: January 9
Alex Ragatz '18: For his thoughtful, kind, and upbeat approach to his life at Forman.
Week: December 12
Daniel Buckley '20: For supporting members of the community in a positive way and enhancing their experiences within the community.
Week: December 5
Quintin Lepold '18: For his intuitive, thoughtful approach to his leadership position along with his solid work ethic and commitment to his studies.
Week: November 28
Emme Woolley '20: For being a very involved ninth grader who strives to be an outstanding citizen of the community.
Week: November 14
Zachary Wright '19: For having a strong moral compass and the ability to balance his social life and his academics.
Week: November 7
Clare Shurtleff '19: For being a student with an amazing work ethic; for being a solid advocate for herself; for being a strong member of our community.
Week: October 10
Christopher King '18: Christopher has done a great job of adjusting to the school year. Has has achieved a strong academic performance and is doing a great job following all of the rules and expectations of a Forman Student.
Week: October 3
Sophia Gadsden ’18: For efficiently balancing her many responsibilities; for being an exemplary leader; for being the go-to person in the community.
Week: September 26
Brett Bokman '19: For a strong transition to Forman, for earning the respect of both faculty and students, and for being a genuine and hardworking student. Brett is a Forman Summer Program alumnus. Learn more about the Summer Program at www.formanschool.org/summer.
Mia Donahue '18: For stepping up her leadership role and being a positive role model in the Community. Mia is a Forman Summer Program alumna. Learn more about the Summer Program at www.formanschool.org/summer.
Caroline Mahan '18: For her stellar leadership, high level of accountability and support, and leading team Forman for the Breast Cancer Walk. Caroline is a Forman Summer Program alumna. Learn more about the Summer Program at www.formanschool.org/summer.