RMHS High Fives – Daley & Squeglia

Meghan Daley is being recognized for her outstanding achievement in academics, athletics and service. Meghan is an outstanding student and is a member of the National Honor Society. She has a passion for Math and the Sciences and is particularly fond of Chemistry and Anatomy & Physiology. Athletically, Meghan has excelled as a 3-year member of the girls varsity volleyball team, serving this year as one of the captains. Helping the Lady Rockets win a Middlesex League Championship in 2015-16, as well as an appearance in the Division 1 North Semi-Finals, Meghan received League All- Star recognition for two consecutive seasons. This season, however, was Meghan’s finest, as she dominated the Middlesex League with a record number of kills, earning her the Most Valuable Player award and All-State Honors. Off the court, Meghan also has found time to teach CCD to 4th graders at St. Agnes Church, as well as coach volleyball to elementary and middle school aged children through the Reading Recreation Department. Every Halloween, Meghan also assists Birch Meadow and Joshua Eaton Elementary Schools with their annual Halloween Howl event. Next year, she will be attending college and will be majoring in either Math or one of the Sciences. Congratulations, Meghan!

Peter “Squigs” Squeglia is being recognized for his outstanding performance in academics, athletics, activities, and service. Academically, Peter challenges himself with a rigorous course load, currently taking two AP courses in European History and Statistics. Athletically, Peter was one of the captains of this year’s golf team and received Middlesex League All-Star recognition, helping the Rockets to a League Title and participating in the annual Middlesex League Shootout. In hockey and lacrosse, Peter captained last year’s JV hockey team to an impressive 12-3 record and has served as a 4-year member of the boys varsity lacrosse team that has earned two consecutive Middlesex League Championships. In activities, Peter has been a 3-year participant in the annual Misster RMHS and is also a member of the Improvasaurus Club. Additionally, he is an active member of Student Council– helping to organize this year’s Pep Rally –acting as one of the event’s very entertaining MC’s. Peter also helped MC the 2016 Powderpuff Game—making its debut under the lights. Out- side of RMHS, Peter finds the time to volunteer with Special Skates, where he teaches children with disabilities how to skate and also supervises children ages 5-7 at St. Joseph’s School in Wakefield. During the summers, you can also find “Squigs” eating ice cream and passing out golf clubs at Hago Harrington’s in Stoneham. Next year, Peter will be attending college and majoring in Business. Congratulations, Peter!


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