Amity High School senior, Cailey Esposito was recently honored as Student of the Month by the Woodbridge Rotary Club. Monthly, the Woodbridge Rotary Club and Woodbridge Social Restaurant partner to honor an Amity High School Student.
Ms. Esposito was nominated by Amity High School Counselor Lisa Conley. “Cailey is one of few students I have worked with who has known what she wanted as a career choice since she entered Amity. Her passion for education, in particular, working with special needs children, is evident in all that she pursues”, stated Lisa Conley.
Cailey Esposito has excelled in academics at Amity High School, enrolling in AP courses and honor levels courses. She is a member of the National and Chinese honor societies. She has also excelled as an athlete being a varsity member of the soccer program since her freshman year and currently serves as captain. In addition, she also participated on the ski team. Ms. Esposito has participated in a wide variety of activities to gain exposure to the special education career including being part of the summer Sidekicks Program assisting with both the Unified Sports program as well as being a mentor in the Unified PE class. In addition, she founded the Unified Sign Language Club at Amity High School.
Ms. Esposito resides in Orange with her parents Nick and Amy Esposito.
Left to right in the first row are: Nick and Amy Esposito, Cailey Esposito, Rotarian Dr. Guy Stella and Woodbridge Rotary President Spencer Rubin. Second row: Orange Superintendent of Schools Dr. Vince Scarpetti, Bethany Superintendent of Schools Colleen Murray, Amity High School Counselor Lisa Conley, Associate Principal of Amity High School Dr. Jason Tracy and Amity Regional School District Interim Superintendent Jim Connelly