Now Accepting Nominations for Student Athlete of the Month!

October 2017 Showcase Cinemas Student Athlete of the Month

Lauren Civetti from Johnston High School, and Evan Hallberg from Ponaganset High School, have been named winners of the Showcase Cinemas Athlete of the Month for October 2017.


Lauren is a senior at Johnston High School. She is a positive role model both within the academic setting and extra-curricular activities. She has demonstrated dedication, a high level of leadership qualities, and is a positive influence for underclassmen. Lauren is a captain in three sports, which include Girls Basketball, Cross Country and Softball. She volunteers at the RI Food Bank, organizes fundraiser walks, and coaches youth softball. Lauren is actively involved in the National Honor Society, Student Council, Chemistry Club, and the RIIL Student Advisory Boar



Evan is a senior at Ponaganset High School. He is a captain of the Boys Soccer team. Evan is president of his senior class and is ranked third in his class. He won the national championship for his club team, NEFC, recently in a trip to Indiana. He is a positive role model. Evan participates on the Unified Ponaganset Basketball and Volleyball teams with his brother Jason who has downs syndrome. From playing with his brother, to working hard in school and to becoming an Eagle Scout, Evan is a prime example of what the exemplary student is.





November 2017 Showcase Cinemas Student Athlete of the Month

Sarah Sweet from Narragansett High School, and Ayodeji George from Cranston High School East, have been named winners of the Showcase Cinemas Athlete of the Month for November 2017.


Sarah is a junior at Narragansett High School. She is a three-sport athlete participating in girls volleyball, basketball and lacrosse. Throughout her years, she has completed a wide variety of community service projects such as organized and hosted a 3 vs 3 basketball tournament at Narragansett High School where all proceeds will be donated to the Tomorrow Fund, an organization near and dear to her heart as they helped her family during a tough time. In addition, Sarah is a thriving member of the Narraganset High School concert and marching band. She is also an outstanding student and Honor Roll Student.





Ayodeji is a senior at Cranston High School East. He is a four-year starter and captain of the boys soccer team. He is a three-sport athlete participating in boys soccer, indoor and outdoor track. He not only received first team All-Division honors, but also was named the Division III Player of the Year. In addition, Ayo was named to the United Soccer Coaches All-New England regional team. He has maintained a GPA of 4.30 and ranks 22nd out of 402 seniors. He is a leader by example and his character, integrity and work ethic continually inspire and motivate his classmates and teammates to be the same way.