Hello, my name is Rob Giulian, and I am currently a sophomore at Middle Township High School. I am sixteen years old and reside in Stone Harbor. I am very honored to be the Mid-Jersey Cape Rotary’s May “Student of the Month”. I believe that hard work and a positive attitude will get you anywhere in life. Being selected for this award is a highlight of my work ethic. I am a three sport athlete running cross-country in the fall, playing basketball in the winter and playing tennis in the spring. On top of playing sports I am very involved in school as well as in my community. I am a proud member of Red Cross Club, Italian-American Club and Interact Club which the Rotary Club sponsors. At Middle Township High School, I serve in several leadership roles such as being the Class of 2018’s Vice President and a Student Council Elected Officer. In addition to playing sports and being involved in clubs, I work hard keep high grades. I currently hold a 4.3 GPA and am ranked 17th in the class. In June, I will travel to Monmouth University to attend a leadership conference as I was selected by the high school officials. In the community, I am heavily active in my church and town. At Our Savior Lutheran Church in Stone Harbor, I am a lector and a teacher at Summer Vacation Bible School. I am also very active in Stone Harbor as I always help with the Stone Harbor Fire Department’s Christmas, Easter and summer events. I am willing to dedicate my time, effort and energy to help others. I am always willing to give back to the community, and I especially try to be a role model for younger people. With determination, work ethic and the drive to help people, I believe that I can achieve anything in life. I am confident that I can overcome any challenges and achieve greatness. Thank you again for this great honor.
I am a sophomore at Middle Twp High school and am involved in numerous clubs and sports. I play field hockey and golf, and am a member of the Red Cross Club, Chess Club, and Key Club. This year was also my first year being involved with the school musical, as I was the Personal Assistant to our director. Budgeting my time with these activities and honors classes is not an easy feat. However with a positive attitude, I try my best to excel in everything I participate in without stressing myself out. For community service, I find ways I can donate my time and talents. I am an artist, and for this year's Spirit week I hand drew eight life sized astronauts for my classes’ hallway as well as drawing the characters for our Christmas door decorating contest. And fortunate enough, both contests were won. For future community service, I am prepared to contribute any time and effort I can. There is an upcoming art show coming up that is raising money for victims of drug abuse that I already have a painting made for and maybe another coming soon. I love art and being creative, helping others and being apart of the community in a positive way is just the motivation I need to keep doing what I’m doing. I am very thankful and appreciative for being honored for my hard work and my incredible teachers that recommended me for this.