Catherine Wolff is MHS Middlesex County Student of the Year

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catherine.jpg(Pictured left to right are Superintendent Vincent Caputo,  MHS Principal Bruce Peragallo, Mrs. Wolff, Catherine Wolff, Mr. Wolff, and MHS Assistant Principal, Susan LaFauci.)   
Catherine Wolff won the MHS's Middlesex County Principals and Supervisors Association Outstanding Student of the Year at a Pine Manors event on June 6. Congratulations to all the graduates and to Catherine, in particular! We are sure you are all proud of your achievements these last four years -- and we wish you all the best in your future endeavors!

From Bruce Peragallo:

Catherine Wolff is the kind of student who is at home in an academic environment, on the soccer field and track field. However, her most outstanding trait is in her desire to lead others because she is giving of her time and talents. Catherine has been an integral part of the soccer program for the past four years.  Throughout Catherine's high school career, we have witnessed her mature as both an individual and an athlete.  Catherine's improvement over these four years was noticed not only by the coaching staff, but more importantly by her peers who named her the Most Improved Player for the last two seasons. Catherine's community service involvement is with the Metuchen Town Soccer Club's Buddy Ball team. She volunteers on Sunday's throughout the fall to "coach" those with physical and mental disabilities. Catherine is also a pole vaulter for the track team.  To illustrate how giving Catherine is, she stays long hours with the younger pole vaulters. She states that even though she may not be the most talented player or track and field performer, she still does her best to work hard for the team. Catherine will attend the University of Delaware this fall.

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