Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

Diana Maradiaga Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month - January 2020

Published on: 2/5/2020

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System recognized Diana Maradiaga at this month’s board meeting as the Superintendent’s Student of the month of January 2020. Our featured student is a junior at Woodville Tompkins High School.

Diana is described as a student who demonstrates characteristics conducive to her success and has maintained a positive attitude as well as patience. Her teacher says she has managed to succeed by writing down her goals and being committed to them. She continues to show progress by being active in school and attending tutorial as needed.

She has earned a certificate of completion for attending the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists conference for two years. Diana is part of the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists and is also a member of Peer Mediation at Woodville Tompkins. Outside of school, she has volunteered at the Harvest Food Bank.

Diana says, “I understand what it takes to become an emergency doctor. I do not wish to become an average doctor, rather, I want to become the best, therefore, I also understand the work it requires to become the best, which is why I will always strive to excel academically and professionally." Currently, she is pursuing the Healthcare pathway at Woodville, and by way of this pathway, she will become a Certified Nursing Assistant at the end of May 2020 (as a rising senior).

We are proud to announce the Superintendent’s Student of the Month for January 2020 is Diana Maradiaga! Congratulations to our student, her family, and the faculty and staff of Woodville-Tompkins High School!

SCCPSS_Diana Maradiaga-Jan 2020.pdf

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