Mr. Marc Weisgold, Elementary Principal at the Elk Lake School, is pleased to announce the October, 2018 Student of the Month Award winners. Students in Kindergarten through 6th grade were selected by their homeroom teachers.
Pictured (l-r) are: first row - Kaydence Holzlein, Brooklynn Lewis, Madelyn Cleveland, Eric Diaz-Garcia, Aiden Bryant, Justino Acevedo-Vasquez, Elliot Moreck, Chase Robinson, Maverick Joines; second row - Kaydence Castellano, Maximo Lopez, Blessing Embler, Kaden Delvey, Jocelyn Newhart, Terrance Mosher, Todd Root, Lauren Youells; third row - Albert Wheeler, Arianna Barbaro, Dominick Hollister, Madelynn Grover, John Heitsman, Cohen Orlandini, Taylor States, Abriauna Adams; forth row - Autumn Bonavita, Courtland Crawford, Tre Plaia, Logan Ayotte, Mr. Weisgold. Students absent from the photo are: Fabiola Veliz-Alicia, Gianna Jones, Victoria Reising
Elk Lake is proud of their students and congratulates them for their accomplishments
The following Mountain View Elementary School students were chosen for October, 2018 Students of the Month, based on their Integrity.
Pictured (l-r) are: front row - Dawson Miller, Jackson Rock, Paul Price, Samantha Jarnagin, Rozalyn Jagger, Isabella Fletcher, Dalaney Whipple, Willow Borove, Molly Parisot, Noah Molenko, Keegan Reese, Frank Zeigler; back row - Brianna Pellew, Dr. Christopher Lake, Brooklyn Anderson, Paige Smith, Amber Price, Rustie Markle, Coe Masters, Ian Briechle, Alister Beavers, Aiden Beavers, Ryder Samders. Absent from photo: Jayce Merritt, Jayce Norsen and Meleena Sarnosky
Zackary Mead of Montrose, was among 63 University of Scranton student-athletes named to the Landmark Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll. The Academic Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.2 or higher and are at least at a sophomore level academically. The conference honored 365 student-athletes on the Academic Honor Roll.
The Landmark Conference is comprised of eight like-minded institutions from the mid-Atlantic region that organize and operate intercollegiate athletic competition in a manner that recognizes the centrality of the academic mission at each institution, while embracing the idea that athletics competition is an important component of the undergraduate experience.
Mead is a sophomore neuroscience major on the University's men's cross country team.