Role Model: I always try to get inspiration from different people. I can't say a scientist, an athlete, a writer or a painter in particular. I like to find motivation and creativity in a lot of different people because everyone has something different to give.
Teacher with the most impact: I have to say that the whole faculty that works with me in Shore has impacted me a lot. American teachers are very different from the ones of the school I come from, but if I have to name someone I would say Mrs. Ensor (English) and Mrs. Simonson (French) for their sweetness, Mr Wishart (US History) for his motivation, Mrs Tranchinia (Film) for her enthusiasm and my swim coaches Mrs. McGowan and Mr. Aprahamian. I also want to thank one of the teachers I have in Italy, Mrs Banfi (Italian), because she had always been a model for me in the educational field.
What do you like most about Shore Regional? I really like the strong enthusiasm from everybody (students and school personnel) and the big quantity of sports, activities and clubs.
Activities: I'm currently involved in the swim team.
Future Goals/Plans: In ten years I see myself with a job that I like, with more responsibilities, more experience, a very good level of the foreign languages that I'm currently studying but especially satisfied of my life and my career as a student.
Personal Quote: "If you are going through hell, keep going."
Eleonora is an outstanding student with a real curiosity for learning.-- Mrs. Sher (Spanish)
Eleonora is a confident, bright and inspiring young woman. Her strong work ethic and positive attitude make her an exemplary student.-- Mrs. McMahon (Science)
Eleonora has become an active member of the Shore community through her involvement with the school's International Club. Moreover, she has become quite comfortable with English, and she readily participates in group projects in her senior-level English course. A calm and mature presence in the classroom, Eleonora is a real asset to the school.-- Mrs. Ensor (English)
Name: Cameron Janovic
Role Model: I don’t specifically have a role model or person in mind that I look up to. But I truly look up to those that have a passion for working hard to excel in anything they do and also those who are willing to keep going when it’s hard.
Teacher with the most impact: I would say that every teacher that I have stepped foot in their classroom has had the most impact on me. Each teacher here at Shore Regional has taught me to not be afraid to strive to be a great student and that is what keeps me motivated everyday. I would like to mention Mr. Ker (History) and Mrs. Cocco (Algebra II) for really pushing me to excel my efforts in not just both those subjects but all of mine as a student.
What do you like most about Shore Regional? What I like the most about Shore Regional is everytime I walk through the front door I know that I am going to learn a new and interesting topic. Shore Regional has so much to offer... from the classroom to the after school activities to the additional clubs. Even though Shore Regional is small, everyone is friendly and the teachers and students always are warm welcoming to those who are new or current students.
Activities: I run all year long. In the summer and fall I run cross country. In the winter I run indoor track and in the Spring I run outdoor track.
Future Goals/Plans: I see myself graduating college and getting a job in architecture while excelling the knowledge of my career as I learn new things about it, as well.
Personal Quote: "Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up." Thomas A. Edison
Cameron has consistently demonstrated the academic-mindedness, work-ethic and willingness to learn that a embodies a "Student of the Month."-- Mr. Ker (History)
Cameron is 100% dedicated to his academics, always asking question in class and coming for help before and after school (and during ASP). He does not stop until he fully understands. Then he offers his knowledge to others in class when he sees people struggling. He truly looks out for his classmates and encourages them to come for help along with him.-- Mrs. Cocco (Math)