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Greenfield School’s valedictorian for the class of 2018 is Lucia Victoria Pintor-Hoffman.
She is the daughter of Victor Pintor and Flavia Hoffmann and attended Greenfield starting in seventh grade.
Lucia was been involved in a number of activities on and off campus.
At school, Lucia was a homeroom representative for the student government association for the last four years as well as a member of the National Honor Society, science club, Science Quiz Bowl, Spanish club, youth and government and Chick-fil-A Leader Academy.
She has also been involved in volunteering in the community through the Wilson Youth Council and at Parkwood Village and The Landing. She was a representative for the YMCA Youth Leadership Institute.
During the summers, Lucia attended the National Youth Leadership Forum in advanced medicine and health care as well as the Congress of Future Medical Leaders.
Lucia was been accepted to 12 colleges — the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, East Carolina University, Wake Forest University, Boston University, Boston College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Syracuse University, Ohio State, Brandeis University, University of Connecticut, Northeastern University and Villanova University, but has chosen to attend Boston University in the fall where she will major in human physiology with plans of becoming a doctor.
Auston Liles Dew is salutatorian for the class.
Auston is the son of Donny and Pam Dew. He started attending Greenfield in preschool 2 and is known for his work ethic, volunteerism in the community and success in the classroom.
In his community of Bailey, Auston has been an integral part of the 4-H program to include N.C. 4-H Honor Club; Wilson County president and vice president; New Hope 4-H club president, vice president and treasurer; Wilson County N.C. 4-H Congress delegate. N.C. Citizenship Focus delegate; N.C. Youth Voice delegate; Wilson County livestock show participant; and “N.C. Spin” as a radio guest speaker.
He is a volunteer firefighter in his community, working hundreds of hours of community service every year. He also runs his own business, Lowcountry Clothing Company.
Auston was a member of the Greenfield soccer team and was involved in other areas of campus life such as the student government association, Chick-fil-A Leader Academy, Tri-M Music Society, National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and honor council chair.
Auston is fulfilling a life-long dream to attend N.C. State in the fall where he will be studying agribusiness.