Name: Natalie Mouyal, of Edgewater.School: South River...

STUDENT STANDOUT

March 01, 1993

Name: Natalie Mouyal, of Edgewater.

School: South River High School.

Accomplishments/Interests: Natalie, a senior with a 3.94 grade point average, is a vice president of the Student Council and secretary of the National Honor Society.

She is one of two student representatives on the school's Improvement Team, where she acts as a link between students and school department heads and administrators, offering suggestions and ideas on school policies and curriculum.

Natalie has participated in tutoring programs at the Edgewater Elementary and Central Middle schools for the past two years. She assists students with their studies and acts as a role model, encouraging and challenging them to work harder.

In addition to helping students, Natalie helps others in the community. Last year, she participated in the county-sponsored "Christmas in April" program, where volunteers repair and remodel homes for elderly or disabled residents.

Natalie has visited her grandparents in France and become acquainted with that country during summer vacations.

While visiting last summer, she took an art course on Impressionism at the American University of Paris.

As a result of her trips to France, Natalie has world travel in her plans in addition to attending college and law school.

Comments: " 'We Seahawks [school mascot] should be soaring with pride,' as our principal, Dr. [James] Hamilton, tells us in his annual back-to-school speech. Usually the students groan, especially at the mention of school involvement and pride. This fall, however, the speech affected me differently, for I had finally recognized the advantages of my school and the opportunities to serve it had provided."

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