Student Spotlight: Will Bolton


Will Bolton (’16) at Rock Creek Park filling a container for organism collection.

Celeste Brown, Staff Writer

Will Bolton (’16) has been with the NOAA (National Oceanographic Atmospheric Administration) club since 2014. He is currently working with the club in order to make a difference in our school and our community. Some of the ideas he has contributed to are bringing awareness to elementary and middle schools through planting, spreading posters and flyers, and posting about the club on Twitter.

Bolton is getting recognized specifically because he has taken the initiative to jumpstart the club’s progress. He has been in contact with Dr. Susan Langley, a State Underwater Marine Archaeologist with the Maryland Maritime Archaeology Program. They are beginning to plan events that will promote Green Schools, No-Mow Zones, and general knowledge of the environment around us. Bolton and all of the other members of NOAA have the passion that is needed to spread their ideas.

Follow them on Twitter for updates at @npnoaa and e-mail any questions to [email protected]. Club meetings are every Tuesday during the first half of NEST in room 2317.