School board recognizes CYDA student

Posted 6/3/21

At the June 1 Hendry County School Board Meeting Larissa Frotten, a 10th grader, was recognized as the Clewiston Youth Development Academy Student of the Year...

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School board recognizes CYDA student

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CLEWISTON — At the June 1 Hendry County School Board Meeting Larissa Frotten, a 10th grader, was recognized as the Clewiston Youth Development Academy Student of the Year for having the highest GPA, working with younger students academically, following a rigorous weight lifting program (which encouraged others), and volunteering to serve breakfast and lunch at the school - which helped the food service staff. Laryssa is headed back to Clewiston High School in good standing and plans to enter the Collegiate Academy at Clewiston High School next year.

Pictured left to right are: Hendry County Superintendent of Schools Mike Swindle, Larissa Frotten - CYDA Student of the Year, Kim McLaughlin - Laryssa’s mother, Resource Counselor and County Commissioner Emma Byrd, and Lead teacher of CYDA Martin Espinoza, and Paisley Frotten is in front of her mother

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