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This year, the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation provided scholarships to six Los Alamos High School graduates who are either pursuing college or vocational training.
Each recipient chose an Educator of Distinction, a teacher or education professional who had the greatest impact on them while attending Los Alamos Public School.
The recipients included Rebecca Boerigter, Elyse Dinehart, Noopur Goyal, Jeremy Kasik, Allen Pittman and Kelsey Souza.
Boerigter will attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., to pursue a Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering, with the intent of attending graduate or medical school in the future.
Boerigter participated and served in a number of orgazinations during her years at LAHS: varsity track and field, yearbook, National Honor Society, teaching vacation bible school and Sunday school at White Rock Baptist Church and working part-time as the physics department intern at Los Alamos High School and as a server at Chinshan Restaurant in White Rock.
Boerigter chose Debbie Smith, her sixth-grade teacher at Chamisa Elementary School as her Educator or Distinction.
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