Congratulations to Matthew Sinofsky who was chosen as the Rotary Student of the Month for February. Matthew has been a dedicated member of our Morning Update announcements for four years. He has been the Director and Producer of the morning show. Matthew has also been a member of the World Language Honor Society where he has done fundraising and global awareness. He is also a member of our National Honor Society where he has performed community service and fundraising. Matthew has been a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Council. He is on the class council, where he has been a co-chair of the Badminton Fundraiser and helped with the choreography of the Class Night skit. Matthew has been part of SHS Jazz Ensemble and has done sound board work for the SHS Drama production.
Matthew has been on the Varsity baseball team and has also played for the CT Mayhem Travel team. He has been a two-year captain on the varsity Swim Team. He has performed community service with the Windsor Locks Water Jets and was the Girls’ Swim lifeguard and manager.
Mathew has won awards in English I, Algebra II and an award for film and video. He was nominated for the Fox 61 Student News Award for his work on “Will Power” and “2022 Suffield Land Conservancy.” He also won 2nd prize in a Public Service Announcement video contest called “Just Drive,” where he won $2500.
Matthew is the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader in Boy Scouts Troop 66. He has completed his Eagle Scout Project and is awaiting Board of Review. He has taught “Introduction to Leadership Skills” for troops and is a Den Chief, which is a guide to Cub Scouts. Matthew has done a variety of community service in his troop and was chosen to attend the 2018 National Order of the Arrow Conference Delegate at Indiana University.
Matthew has worked as a life guard and swim instructor for the Town of Windsor Locks for three years. He has also been employed by Chick-Fil-A and Target.
Matthew plans to attend a four-year college next fall and would like to major in a field of media production, possibly concentrating in audio engineering technology. Congratulations Matthew on this well-deserved award!