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Gordonians in the spotlight

Activists, postal ambassadors, and new champions

Yes, that was alumni parent, former coach and longtime friend of Gordon Sydney Montstream-Quas sharing center stage as Governor McKee signed historic gun control legislation on Tuesday. Monstream-Quas is the board chair of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence, and has repeatedly served as a resource for Gordon students who are interested in preventing gun violence. Ms. Monstream-Quas is on the left in the photo above, tweeted by the Providence Journal's Katherine Gregg.

 

Yes, that was new graduates Annabel Herzlinger '22, Peyton Riegel '22 and Janie Palan '22 (above) helping win the championship at the Rhode Island interscholastic lacrosse league's tournament on Sunday, coached by Gordon's board chair Amanda Riegel.

 

Yes, that was a Gordon second grader and a Gordon third grader on the winning team at Monday's Seekonk Little League minor league division championship game. The team was Legend Real Estate, Gordon dad Tom Nasti was one of the coaches, and the Gordon pair is on the righthand end of the second row in the photo above.
 

Yes, that was Maude Smith-Montross '20 (above) in the foursome that won the silver medal in the National Championship U17 Women’s 4x race at the USRowing Youth Nationals in Sarasota on June 12th. Charlie Ragona '18 also raced that day, and word is that his team placed 26th in the nation in their event.
 

Yes, that was a Gordon Preschool class in the June issue of the Postal Record, published by the National Association of Letter Carriers. They were sharing a story from Gordon's blog about the Preschool's work with Gordon's letter carrier Courtney Cacchiotti.

 


Yes, that was two Lower School siblings dominating the BMX national race at Severn, Maryland the weekend after Gordon's school year ended. The just-out-of-first-grader got first on the first and third days of the national, and got second place on the second day of the national racing a total of twelve kids, and the soon-to-be-fourth-grader made it to the semi finals on the first and second day of the national and made it to the finals on the third day of the nationals placing fifth out of seventeen kids. 
 


Seen a Gordon community member being amazing? Tell Geoff Griffin by emailing ggriffin@gordonschool.org or texting 401 480 9933. Gordon news will continue throughout the summer, and he'll be catching up on May and June news in the coming weeks.

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