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Lilly Clements and Brendan Fenlon Recognized by Board for Work in Health and P.E.

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Two Northport High School students were recognized at the April 16 Board of Education meeting for their work in the subjects of health and physical education. Lillian “Lilly” Clements was honored by her teachers as Rotary Student of the Month for health and Brendan Fenlon received the same honor for physical education. 
Lilly was described as her teachers as a student who goes “above and beyond” the work in the classroom. She started the Healthcare Providers Club to allow students with an interest in healthcare to hear from professionals in the field and meet others with similar interests. She has plans to pursue aerospace engineering in the future. 
Brendan was recognized for being a humble student who is supportive of his peers in physical education class. He is also a varsity athlete, playing both volleyball and basketball where he not only shines on the court, but motivates his peers to be better players and better teammates. 
  Both students were presented by Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics Mark Dantuono to the Board of Education. 
Congratulations to both Lilly and Brendan!