Potsdam Rotary student of the month

The Seaway Career & Technical Education Center in Norwood announced Nicholas Tebo as the Potsdam Rotary Club Student of the Month for September 2021. He is a student in the Natural Resource Management Program. He is from the Norwood-Norfolk Central School District and is the son of Matt Tebo and Pamela O’Grady. Pictured from Left is Mrs. Bartlett, Guidance Counselor, Nicholas Tebo, Mr. Morgan, Instructor for Natural Resource Management.

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