Early Life and Education
Jaylyn, an exceptional student and enthusiastic participant in Project SEARCH, is committed to building connections between herself and others so as to gain greater understanding between differences. She’s excited about learning about new ideas and topics of discussion so she can share them with both Spaulding peers as well as those outside.
Noah Mitchell of Rochester is the proud recipient of a National Merit Scholarship to Northeastern University where he plans to major in Electrical Engineering. Additionally, he was accepted to Southern New Hampshire State University, Colby-Sawyer College, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute as well as serving as Co-President for Spaulding High School’s music department and providing statistics calling/input services for multiple NCAA institutions as a statistics caller/input specialist. Furthermore, Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society membership as well as SkillsUSA membership was added.
Noah began his career by working on farms and stores in Vermont for board and clothes. Later he attended Lyndon Literary Institute and Norwich University; additionally in 1877 he accepted a teaching position.
His medical specialty lies in combining experimental cancer therapies with radiation treatments, working closely with the Norton Cancer Institute’s clinical trials program. On most days he arrives to work around 6 a.m. for review of patient charts, equipment safety checks and team meetings before seeing patients.
Spalding went the extra mile when visiting a young boy being treated for cancer. She is an avid runner herself, so when radiation treatments prevented her from running trails she asked if Spalding could join in; running together over 6 miles. They ran together!
Achievement and Honors
Spalding was a leading manufacturer of basketballs. He had great talent at marketing and advertising, becoming the official supplier for the National Basketball Association (NBA). Additionally, it produced other sports equipment – including baseball bats.
Noah currently serves as General Counsel at Eco. He previously held roles as CLO at Hometap and Tech/VC Attorney with Goodwin.
In 2013, he received the Fred J. Karem Scholastic Achievement Award, presented to student athletes with a cumulative grade point average of 3.95 or higher over two semesters. Additionally, he was honored as both Academic All-GLVC honorees in baseball and softball; additionally he earned Strength & Conditioning Athlete of the Year status, given to athletes who possess drive and dedication towards strengthening both body and mind through strength training.
At heart, he’s an animal enthusiast who enjoys participating in outdoor activities. Additionally, he finds joy in cooking and spending time with his family. While in high school he discovered his interest for acting and started to pursue it professionally; appearing in various drama films and TV shows; especially popular was his performance in Hollywood Stargirl movie.
During World War II, he served in the 30th Infantry Division as a Sergeant. Although encouraged to attend officer training school by his superiors, he ultimately decided not to. Instead he saw action in some of Europe’s key battles while regularly sending letters home to his mother and other family members; ultimately earning several awards and medals during his service to our nation.
Noah has become a global star due to his impressive acting in numerous dramas. Noah first found an affinity for acting during high school studies and decided to make it his profession.
Spalding was known for giving breathtaking performances prior to his accident, even on crutches and with limited mobility from being immobilized on his brake pedal. On Labor Day weekend 2001 alone – even while in need of extensive medical treatment – he managed to give two shows with huge audiences present each day!
Kathie was concerned that frontal-lobe damage might result in attention deficits and decline of intellectual activity, and that her husband’s unceasing ruminations was covering up for this process of decline. His performances after his accident had lost their playfulness and mastery; he seemed depressed and obsessed. Kathie suspected her husband wanted to commit a high-profile suicide as soon as possible.