Brocton May Students of the Month
Andrew Mead-Colegrove was selected by the Brocton High School faculty and staff as Student of the Month for May 2020. Andrew is a junior and the son of Kimberly and Robert Mead-Colegrove of Brocton.
Andrew is a well-experienced, generous and decorated adolescent. He is an Honor Roll student, member of Running Club and traveled on the school trip to Spain and France in April 2018. He is the backup goalie for the National Blind Ice Hockey Team USA.
Andrew also attends Camp Abilities – Brockport, Utica and Saratoga. Camp Abilities is a sports camp for the blind and visually impaired. Andrew is a continuous benefactor for this cause. Since 2014, he has donated over $1,000 through the recycling of pop cans.
Andrew was selected to be a guest speaker for the Foreseeable Future Foundation’s annual gala in New York City. He was a recipient of the Camp Abilities Jim Burch Above and Beyond Award 2018. He also participated in the Braille Challenge 2006-2019 and was selected to speak to parents and students at the Braille Challenge 2020.
In addition, Andrew is an entrepreneur. He is the owner of ABC, Andrew’s Blind Creations. It is a business that he created to help raise money for Camp Abilities. He makes and sells mug rugs for Camp Abilities. Mug rugs are $3 per mug rug. If interested, contact him at email@example.com.
Andrew’s favorite subject is Sports History Through Film. Andrew would like to attend college for Human Services in the future.
Brendan Parks was selected by the Brocton Middle School faculty and staff as Student of the Month for May 2020. Brendan is currently a seventh-grader at Brocton and is the son of Amanda and Jason Parks of Brocton.
Brendan is a student-athlete. Brendan plays football and baseball. He is also a member of the Brocton Middle School Band. His hobbies include fishing, camping and riding bikes.
Brendan’s favorite subject is Math. He would like to be a police officer when he grows up.