PrHS Senior Spotlight: Peter Maass

This week Proctor is proud to shine the senior spotlight on:
Peter Maass
What is your favorite PrHS memory?
Running the new light board for the first time.
What activities/sports/clubs/jobs do/did you participate in?
Soccer, theater, band, and basketball
What adult in this building do you think knows you the best?
Mrs. Esslinger – “Peter has such a big heart and is nothing but kind to everyone around him. He always greets me with a hello and an explanation of a snippet of action from the day prior. From his dance moves to his love of history and his willingness to help out without even being asked, he will be very missed after he graduates. I wish him the very best of luck as he will soon become a PrHS grad and a very proud uncle. Thanks for being so wonderful, Peter!”
Mr. Lubaszewski – “Peter is a popular young man at Proctor High School. He is loved by his peers and faculty. Peter is a hardworking student who excels in the classroom. He not only thrives in the classroom at Proctor High, he shows this hard work ethic on the athletic field and court. Peter is a three sport Athlete for Proctor, playing soccer, basketball and tennis. He is quite the fan favorite when he gets in the game. You certainly hear the chant of “GO PETE” when he is flying down the field or court. If you see Peter around town, be sure to give him a big congratulations
for his hard work and accomplishments in his career at Proctor High.
My lasting memory of Peter will always be our deep conversations about current events, especially during our VOAP adventures. Peter always has a way to make you laugh, think, or really challenge yourself. I thank Peter for welcoming me to Vermont, as he was the first student I met after my move from Pennsylvania a year and a half ago. He really gave me a true “Vermont” hello and made me feel welcome to the state from the very beginning. Thank you Peter and best of luck in your very promising future!
What is your plan for after high school?
To get a job, and take classes.
What advice do you have for the underclassmen?
Listen to the teachers.

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