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Farmingdale High School Seniors Recognized

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Christian Lembo

There is no limit to what you will achieve next! Sponsored by State Attorney General Letitia James, the Triple C Award recognizes New York State’s outstanding students’ courage, character, and commitment. Whether succeeding in academic pursuits, participating in community service, displaying leadership skills, or overcoming personal obstacles, these students provide us with hope for a brighter future. This award was established to honor these student leaders and their impeccable work.

“Talia and Christian are the epitome of resilience, achievement, and community awareness you hope every student develops before they graduate,” said Farmingdale High School Principal, Dr. Samuel Thompson. “We are all proud of who they have become, and this recognition is so well deserved.”

Farmingdale High School seniors Christian Lembo and Talia Miller are this year’s winners of the Triple C Award. The certificates were presented by the Dean of Students for the Class of 2021, Frank Hebron, and Principal Dr. Samuel Thompson.

“Talia and Christian are very deserving of this esteemed recognition,” said Frank Hebron, Dean of Students. “I am so proud of their efforts and contributions to Farmingdale High School.”

In her letter, the Attorney General congratulated the students for setting such good examples to others. She commented, “While our State’s educational landscape has changed drastically over the past year, one thing that remains constant is the resiliency, creativity, and brilliance of our students, teachers, and school administrators. Since the beginning of the pandemic, they have persevered under difficult circumstances and risen to the challenge.”

For more information about the Farmingdale Union Free School District, please visit the district’s website at https://www.farmingdaleschools.org and like our Facebook page: @FarmingdaleSchoolDistrict.

By The Numbers

5,523

Students Enrolled

1,775

Honor Roll Students

1,200

Student Athletes

4,278

Student Artists

19

AP Courses Available

1475

Students in After-School Activities