Superintendent's Award

Posted on 10/26/2018

Georgia Riordan is this year's recipient of the Superintendent's Award.  Georgia has been an outstanding student and community leader here at Millis High School.  Georgia has been a four-year saxophonist in our band, participating in numerous community service events with Mrs. Norton and her classmates.  An avid reader and writer, Georgia has penned articles for our school newspaper, and two years ago had an article published by the Millis-Medway News about the school trip to the Presidential Inauguration.  Georgia founded the Big Sisters organization at Millis high, a women's empowerment group supervised by Ms. Ziemba.  She has been a member of peer leaders, been trained as part of our Mentor's in Violence Prevention program through Northeastern University, is an active tutor for Spanish classes, and has run cross country.  Georgia decided to try her hand in theatre last year as part of the Millis Theatre Group, and this Fall she is holding one of the lead roles in our drama club's production of "Altar Egos".  This past year, Georgia was also hired as a volunteer/intern for Maura Healey's campaign.  Georgia is a strong advocate of community service, and giving back, and freshman year she helped organize a ride in the Pan Mass Challenge in honor of our own Mrs. Shepardson when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.  Sophomore year Georgia rode again, raising nearly $1500 for Dana Farber!  Georgia embodies all of the qualities that make up the Superintendent's Award, and has been a wonderful ambassador for Millis High School and the Millis community.

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