Zollo, Mageary laud Donahue  for her hard work, achievements

Robert Zollo is Madison Donahue’s guidance counselor at Lynn English High School. Jennifer Mageary was her teacher for two years at the high school.

Both education professionals agree that Madison Donahue is a special young lady whose diligence in the classroom and leadership in the community have set a strong foundation to success in her future. Both Zollo and Mageary also congratulated Donahue on being recognized as a James W. Foundation Scholar.

Zollo noted that Matt Wilkins was Madison’s guidance counselor at Lynn English for her three years prior to moving to a vice principal position at the Fecteau-Leary School.

“I had the pleasure of working with Madison during her senior year,” said Mr. Zollo. “I found her to be mature and responsible, focusing on her academics and the college  process.  Madison is a confident individual and will have great success at Merrimack College.

“Madison’s academic and extracurricular accomplishments are attributed to her diligence and perseverance, the love and support of her grandparents, and all the educators who have taught, guided, and encouraged her throughout the years. She should be very proud of her acceptance to Merrimack College as a James W. O’Brien Foundation Scholar. I wish her the absolute best and look forward to hearing about her future success,” concluded Zollo.

Mageary, a Lynn English graduate, said, “Madison is an outstanding student. I knew her when she was in sixth grade, so I’ve really been fortunate to be able to watch her and her twin brother, Timmy, grow and mature. I’m so excited for the both of them. They’re going to be doing fantastic things. They really represent what Lynn English is, which is really strong, caring kids going out there and making the world a better place.”

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