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Patrick Edward Manchester, Hallstead, PA
College: Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA
Major: International Business
Parents: John and Cheryl Manchester
Activities: Cross Country, Track, Student Council, Class Officer, National Honor Society, Forensics Team, Marching and Concert Band, Binghamton Youth Symphony, NEIU Scholar of the Year, Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award, Class Student of the Year (3 years), Hugh OBrien Youth Leadership Seminar.
Departing Advice To Young Students: Take advantage of everything high school has to offer, and it is never too early to start planning your future.
Quote Regarding Future or Goals: I hope to have a successful college career, so that I can become a fully productive member of society, and fulfill my potential.
Sara R. Van Cott, New Milford, PA
College and Major: Messiah College with a Nursing Major.
Parents: Forrest and Nancy Van Cott.
Activities/Awards: Director's Award- High School Choir; Most Outstanding Chorus Junior- High School Choir; Most Improved Chorus Sophomore- High School Choir; Active Member of South New Milford Baptist Church.
Quote about future plans: In 10 years, I hope to be serving God as a medical missionary, through nursing, either here in the United States or overseas.
Robyn Star McMicken
LeeAnna Marie Roberts
Senior Class Officers
(l-r): Melissa Naylor (Treasurer); Gavin Davis (Vice President); Nicole Nasser (Secretary).
Kyle Lattner, son of Doug and Cindy Lattner, Montrose, PA. National Honor Society, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, Spanish Club, Spanish Honor Society President, Student Council, Peer Mediation, Advanced Placement Club, Scholar of the Year, All-American Scholar, Varsity Club, National Leadership & Science Award. College: Boston University School of Management Honors Program. Major: Accounting/Finance and Pre-Law.
Matthew Fearnley, son of Robert and Dawn Fearnley, Montrose, PA. National Honor Society, Spanish Club President, Spanish Honor Society Secretary, Drama Club, Key Club, Band, Class Vice President, Student Council President and Past Secretary, Advanced Placement Club, Scholastic Team, McKelvey Scholarship Recipient. College: Lock Haven University Honors Program. Major: Secondary Math Education.
Travis Hoadley graduates Summa Cum Laude and Valedictorian. He is the son of Mona and David Hoadley, Hop Bottom. Travis will attend Bucknell University with a major in English/Comparative Humanities.
Travis distinguished high school career included the following activities: National Honor Society, Vice President and President, Student Council, Vice President and President, Class President grade 10, Student Leadership Council, Vice Principals Advisory Committee, Peer Tutor, Mock Trial, Arts Alive, Scholastic Arts Competition, Mountain View Science and Math Expo, Tennis, US Tennis Association Area Training Center, Penn State Young Scholars, PA Council of Cooperatives Leadership Camp, PASC Gold Leadership, PASC Advanced Gold Leadership Camp, Rotary Leaders Camp.
Holly Estabrook graduates Summa Cum Laude and Salutatorian.
She is the daughter of Rock and Maynda Estabrook, Harford. She will
attend Cedar Crest College and major in nursing. Her high school activities
included: National Honor Society, Cheerleading, Captain, SADD, Vice
President, Scholastic Bowl, Library Aide, Seventh Grade Mentor, French
Carrie DeWitt. Parents: Warren and Nancy DeWitt. Plans for next year: Attend Colgate University to major in Biology and Pre Med. Departing advice to younger students: Smile, it will make people wonder what youre thinking.
Maria Reavey. Parents: Michael and Rita Reavey. Plans for next year: Study Nursing at Bloomsburg University. Departing advice to younger students: I would like to tell younger students to soak up everything they can in high school because it only happens once.
Senior Class Officers
(pictured l-r) are: Carrie DeWitt, President; Elizabeth Leber, Secretary; Adam Napolitano,
Vice President; Jennifer Benson, Treasurer.
The Susquehanna Community Elementary School held its Awards Assembly on June 10, 2003.
Students were recognized in the many academic areas, (look through the Transcript for their names) including: Reading Achievement; Reading Recognition; Honor/High Honor Roll; Perfect Attendance; Presidential Academic Fitness; Sixth Grade Promotion; Harford Fair Prize Winners; and Homework Awards.
Elementary Principal/Scholarship Award went to Jessica Hubal.
PLCB's 2003 Alcohol Awareness Poster Program Sponsored by TREHAB of Susquehanna County: First Place - Bobby Skiba, Second Place - Courtney Sterling, Third Place - Kelly Burke.
Accelerated Reader Award - Chad Ainey
Congratulations are extended to all students who received academic awards, as well as to all of the students in the Susquehanna Community Elementary School who worked hard during the 2002/2003 school year to reach their maximum potential.
Easton, PA Deanna Kathleen Stoddard, Kingsley, Class of 2005, was named to the 2003 spring semester Dean's List at Lafayette College announced Gladstone A. Hutchinson, dean of studies. Each of the students has achieved at least a 3.45 semester grade point average out of a possible 4.0.
This forum for students, run by DCNR and other agencies and groups enabled students to examine, in greater detail, our watersheds. Schools from Susquehanna and Lackawanna Counties drew participating students who spent five days studying the Lackawanna River, Susquehanna River Basin, contour maps, acid mine drainage, presentation techniques, etc., and compiled numerous hours of independent study.
Mountain Views participants, lead by Mr. Roger Thomas, science educator, relished the chance to learn and observe the interrelationships between watersheds and man. Nick Cicco, Matt Pfahl, Kevin Griffiths, Shawn Matthews, and Brittany Brainard chose Community Action for Watersheds as their research/presentation project. To this end, they attended local watershed meetings, conducted a 10-mile stream walk/visual assessment of Millard Creek and created an informative multimedia presentation delivered at the Radisson Station Hotel. According to Arthur Chambers, Superintendent of Schools at Mountain View High School, who attended with his wife, these students performed at the highest level. At his invitation, they presented again at the May 17 meeting of the Board of Education, where they were well received.
Walking Millards Creek was part of the research activity for the Environmental Form.
According to Mr. Thomas, from their experience and research, they would like to encourage anyone interested in watershed conservation to get involved in one of several ways. They advise individuals to go out, enjoy, and get to know our local waterways by hiking, fishing, or boating. They encourage joining one of the local watershed associations currently forming, such as the Martins Creek and Upper Tunkhannock Creek Associations. Information for these can be received by calling Mike Villanella, Susquehanna Countys Watershed Specialist at 278- 4600, Ext. 289. Finally, if you have access to the Internet, please visit www.atlas.keystone.edu to see the tremendous resource that that has been put together at Keystone College. The information at this site will help anyone learn more about watersheds in general, and the Tunkhannock Creek Watershed in particular.
These students have been contacted to make a presentation and conduct an environmental walk at the Promised Land State Park in Greentown, in Wayne County at the beginning of August. On this occasion, they will have an opportunity to discuss the merits of their work and why the watershed issue has come of age not only in Northeastern Pennsylvania but throughout the United States.
In conclusion, Mr. Thomas has shared that he would like to thank and congratulate these students for their interest, dedication, hard work, and success in this years Student Environmental Forum. Mr. Thomas dedication to this project enabled him to contribute immensely to this article and his students produced the photo that partially demonstrates their method of exploration of Millard Creek.
The Susquehanna Community Elementary School Field Day was held on June 6. Following is a listing of first, second, third, fourth, and fifth place ribbon winners by grade level in each event.
Softball Throw: boys Brett Shelp, Mark Zappe, Sal Pelicci, Nicholas Wilmot, Ronald Welch; girls Victoria Trynoski, Ciera Scepaniak, Emily Staros, Rachel Hubal, Rebecca Schiffer.
50 Meter Dash: boys Nicholas Acosta, Steven Frye, Michael Yi, Nolan Reddon, Evan Stone; girls Kaelin Payne, Taylor Kilmer, Amber Dubanowitz, Alexis Roe, Mashawna Hargett.
Running Long Jump: boys Sal Pelicci, Melvin Batson, Ricky Brower, Brett Shelp, Joshua Wheeler; girls Ciera Scepaniak, Victoria Trynoski, Mollie Mroz, Sydney Avery, Emily Staros.
Standing Long Jump: boys Michael Yi, Nicholas Acosta, Jon Felter, Nolan Reddon, Matt Hugaboom; girls Micaela Rhone, Mashawna Hargett, Brianna Williams, Amber Dubanowitz, Destiny Noble.
Softball Throw: boys Nick Beshears, Dylan Krall, Ben Elliott, Michael Frye, David Hallisey; girls Alycia Cuevas, Danielle Bentler, Kara Gow, Amanda Marco, Brianne Bianco.
50 Meter Dash: boys Caleb Scepaniak, Troy Maby, William Terpstra, Andrzej Tomczyk, Alex Peksa; girls Dominique Cina, Lindsey Glidden, Melissa Kukowski, Callie Truex, Danielle Barnes.
Running Long Jump: boys Donald Wilmot, Nick Beshears, Allen Westbrook, Kevin Bush, Anthony Marcum; girls Brianne Bianco, Kara Gow, Amanda Marco, Melayna Amrein, Kristen Kruger.
Standing Long Jump: boys Troy Maby, Andrzej Tomczyk, Cole Mallery, Nathan Carpenter, Tieler Kennerup; girls Lindsey Glidden, Callie Truex, Melissa Kukowski, Danielle Barnes, Marah Rhone.
Softball Throw: boys Brandon Saddlemire, Vincent Matta, Andrew Burdick, Duane Consla, Austin Cowperthwait; girls Emily Conroy, Brooke Andersen, Stephanie Antolos, Jillian Truex, Toni Testa.
50 Meter Dash: boys Alexx Nelson, Greg Price, Brandon Deakin, Thomas Maby, Stephen Lee; girls Courtney Arthur, Ashley Elliott, Ashley Craig, Alisha Russo, Alexis Gerhardt.
Running Long Jump: Duane Consla, George Wilkes, Austin Cowperthwait, Matthew Hilling Anthony Stark; girls Jillian Truex, Faith Conklin, Melissa Valentine, Stephanie Zappe, Brooke Andersen.
Standing Long Jump: boys Alexx Nelson, Brandon Deakin, Thomas Maby, Jeremy Acone, Greg Price; girls Courtney Arthur, Ashley Craig, Ashley Elliott, Elizabeth Acosta, Mary Kemmerer.
Softball Throw: boys Kyle Napolitano, Randy Stone, Taylor Cundey, James Norton, Alex Price; girls Kelly Burke, Kacie Chesnick, Kaitlyn Halesky, Courtney Sterling, Courtney Sullivan.
50 Meter Dash: boys Kevin Cavanaugh, Steven Schmidt, Patrick McGuane, Nicholas Marco, Arron Bryson; girls Amanda Roth, Kim Aldrich, Kacey Norris, Gabrielle Peksa, Sharon James.
High Jump: boys James Norton, Taylor Cundey, Randy Stone, Alex Price Derek Williams; girls Kelly Burke, Susan Greene, Amber DeJean, Kacie Chesnick, Kristen Wentzell.
Running Long Jump: boys Steven Schmidt, Nicholas Marco, Kevin Cavanaugh, Jacob Olson, Joey Cappiello; girls Amanda Roth, Kacey Norris, Brooklynne Baker, Gabrielle Peksa, Brittany Carter.
Softball Throw: boys John Herbert, Brandon Stone, Philip Barnes, Jordan Aldrich, Nick Felter; girls Lauren Reddon, Kelly Conklin, Jami Towner, Christie Jennings, Ashley Tanzini.
50 Meter Dash: boys Chris Repa, James Petriello, James Marion, Justin Johnson, Mike Nagel; girls Maggie Lawrenson, Kayla Valentine, Brittany McGuane, Ashlee Getter, Stephanie Bianco.
High Jump: boys Nick Felter, Brandon Stone, John Herbert, Jordan Aldrich, Taylor Mroz; girls Ashley Tanzini, Lauren Reddon, Haley Atkinson, Jami Towner, Kelly Conklin.
Running Long Jump: boys James Petriello, Adam Macazan, Billy Marcinkus, Chris Repa, Justin Johnson; girls Ashlee Getter, Sonal Patel, Megan Garcia, Maria Canzoneri, Kayla Valentine.
Softball Throw: boys Frank Schmidt, Corey Miller, Tommy Gulley, Anthony Wayman, Zach Wignall; girls Leann Terpstra, Carrie Phetmoungkhoune, Ashley Stein, Lindsay Lawrenson, Christy Glidden.
50 Meter Dash: boys Justin Westbrook, Stephen Andujar, Aaron Soden, Corey Scrivner, Shane Bouren; girls Mary Tarbox, Hannah Price, Misha Weldy, Molly Edwards, Caitlin Burke.
High Jump: boys Anthony Wayman, Jeffrey Williams, Michael Lloyd, James Norton, Derek Kuiper; girls Christy Glidden, Leann Terpstra, Amanda Cross, Chelsea Henry, Freida Smith.
Running Long Jump: boys Corey Scrivner, Dylon Beamer, Tim Gall, Aaron Soden, Justin Westbrook; girls Mary Tarbox, Hannah Price, Molly Edwards, Cassie Miller, Ashley Wray.
Lewisburg, PA Bucknell University conferred 850 bachelors degrees and 46 masters degrees during commencement ceremonies May 18, 2003. Degrees were awarded for studies in liberal arts and professional programs in engineering, management and education.
Graduating from our area was Jesse F. Graytock, Forest City, son of Francis and Karen Graytock, with a Bachelor of Science.
Joanna H. Wallace, a freshman at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, has been named to the Deans List for the 2003 spring semester. A graduate of Blue Ridge High School, she is the daughter of Gerard Wallace of Pacifica, CA, and Lorraine Wallace of New Milford, PA. All students earning a position on the Deans List, a recognition of academic excellence, must have a grade point average of 3.7 or above on a 4.0 GPA scale for the semester.
Wayne County The Board of Directors of the John and Helen Villaume Foundation has announced that John R. Benson, Susquehanna, a social studies teacher at Preston School, in Lakewood, in the Wayne Highlands School District, has been awarded the Helen Villaume Educational Enrichment Grant for 2003.
This special grant program was established in 2002 by the Villaume Foundation to provide local teachers with a unique opportunity to enhance, expand, or experiment in their own educational certification area, thereby enriching and improving the achievement of their students.
The foundation awards grants annually in an amount up to $5,000 each to one elementary-level teacher from the Wayne Highlands, Western Wayne, or Wallenpaupack Area School Districts.
Bensons project is entitled "Exploring America in the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark."
For this project, Benson plans to "retrace" the steps of Lewis and Clark during the summer of 2003, including several noteworthy historical parks and sites in Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, and Oregon.
His project directly relates to his educational background and United States history teaching concentration and will enhance his American History classes through the development of interactive learning packets.
John will be accompanied on the trip by his father, Gerald F. Benson, of Mt. Plymouth, FL.
Jose Arrieta (pictured), son of Michael and Rachel Pavelski received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration on May 11, 2003 from Susquehanna University where he also played on the varsity basketball team. He works for Paradigm Management as a sales representative/financial consultant in Alexandria, VA where he resides at Meridian at Carlyle.
Joshua Owens, Montrose, PA, received the Chamberlain Memorial Missionary Scholarship at an assembly held May 7 in the Good Shepherd Chapel at Lancaster Bible College, Lancaster, PA.
Canton, NY Justin Taylor, a SUNY Canton student from Montrose majoring in Automotive Technology, was named to the Deans List. Justin is a 2001 graduate of Montrose Area Junior/Senior High School. About 450 of Cantons 2,500 students earned academic honors during the semester.
Luzerne County Community College announced the following students have earned recognition for outstanding academic achievement during the spring, 2003 semester.
To qualify for the Presidents List, a student must earn a 4.0 cumulative grade point average. Students who attain a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.99 are included on the Deans List, and those with an average between 3.25 and 3.49 are included on the Honors List.
Presidents List: Nicole Furch, Hallstead; Ronald Gasbarro, New Milford; Patricia Stewart, Thompson; Michael Yount, Vandling.
Deans List: Mary Baker, Susquehanna; Julie Capwell, Montrose; Terry Cooper, Springville; Shirley Decker, Susquehanna; Jennifer Grausgruber, Susquehanna; Damian Harvey, Meshoppen; Phyllis Hibbard, Springville; Stacie Howell, Laceyville; Bryan Kuruts, Forest City; Richard Manzer, Susquehanna; Christine Prusinksi, New Milford; Shannon Reeder, Meshoppen; William Reeder, Meshoppen; Mark Sherman, Susquehanna; Scott Snyder, Springville; Rosemary Svestka, Susquehanna; Lucrezia Woodruff, Hop Bottom; John Zenefski, Montrose.
Honors List: Juanita David, Thompson; Michelle Miller, Susquehanna; Yvonne Radu, Susquehanna; Jordan Rood, Susquehanna; Kimberly Watson, Susquehanna.
Mansfield, PA A total of 644 Mansfield University undergraduates have been named to the Spring, 2003 Deans List and Presidents List.
To be named to the Deans List, a student must be attending the university full-time and earn at least a 3.50. Of the students, 162 were also honored by inclusion on the Presidents List. To receive this honor, a student must attain a perfect 4.0 average for the semester.
The following students, with an asterisk noting Presidents List students, from our locale qualified for the honor: Nathanael Craige *, Montrose; Elizabeth Engle *, Montrose; Rebekah Fisk * , Susquehanna; Daniel Karhnak, Kingsley; Mary Reynolds *, Susquehanna; Stacy Rezykowski, Dimock; Misty Sampson, Thompson; Brianna Strope, Brackney; Ashley Tierney * , Hallstead.
Following is the Mountain View Elementary School Honor Roll for the fourth quarter of the 2002-03 school year.
GRADE 4: Gregory Adams, Devan Alvord, Andrea Beeman, Alaney Berish, Taylor Brainard, Adam Conklin, Ashley Conklin, Kelly Davidson, Paul Fontana, Lindsey Harvey, Chris Herman, Devin Hollenbeck, Carly Jesse, James Johnson, Bethany Kavka, Michael Keogh, Samantha Knowlton, Alexandria Lynn, Logan Mack, Andrea Mason, Michael Mikloiche, Brian Miller, Anthony Miller, Michael Purdy, Brittany Resseguie, Nathan Robbins, Mary Skurnowicz, Katherine Stanziale, Joseph Valentine, Kenneth VanGorder, Mary Walker, Karsten Wallis, Ryan Walsh, Kalena Williams.
GRADE 5: Alena Beeman, Mark Bevacqua, Jessica Bodt, Taylor Carey, Adam Christina, B. J. Davis, Ravi Figgles, Miranda Fisher, Duane Galambos, Sara Garavuso, David Griffiths, Stephanie Grushinski, Colin Hadnagy, Peter Hartman, Cody Horrocks, Codie Jones, Sharon Jones, Jacqueline Kochmer, Cory Landes, Michael LoSapio, Elaine Mackey, Jonathan McBride, Mark Miller, Kelly Morgan, Brandon Noldy, Robert Novak, Kimberly Priest, Amanda Roberts, Jeffrey Salak, Johnny Salinkas, Troy Schmerhorn, Jessica Schweppenheiser, Kyle Shostek, Seth Tiffany, Luke Walker, Katherine Webster, Kelsey Whitaker, Sean Whitaker, Kyle Wilkins, Eli Wilson.
GRADE 6: Carolyne Adams, Michael Aherne, Elaine Arsenault, Shawnna Benedict, Mykel Bishop, Darlene Bloxham, Sarah Bradley, Bryan Brozonis, Calla Bufford, Julia Buselli, John Butler, Justin Cerra, Eric Congdon, Michael Conklin, David Corbin, Ethan Demi, Bryce Edwards, Sara Evans, Sondra Fallon, Carrie Gardoski, James Gething, Jessie Green, Joshua Griffiths, Nicholas Hancock, Tim Harmer, Jordan Harvey, Joey Harvey, Shannon Hunter, Jessica Jennings OKeefe, Ricky Keogh, Briana Kozlowski, David Krizauskas, Alexandra Laske, Erika Lewis, Brandi Manzer, Scott Martens, Macy Matthews, Daisy Matulevich, Brittany McGraw, Chase McLaud, Bill Merritt, Brandon Miller, Victoria Novajosky, Michael Oakley, Alex Paschuk, Joshua Pfahl, Felicia Prehn, Craig Randall, Kenneth Robbins, Brian Robinson, Amanda Schmidt, Amanda Secor, Ashley Shipsky, Suzanne Skurnowicz, Marissa Smith, Shelbey Twining, Ashly Vieira, Eileen Walker, Sarah Walker, Jacqueline Wayman, Stewart Wenhold, Colleen Whitaker, Mariah White, Kiley Wood, Amber Yaskulski.
Nicholas Holmes, son of Joseph and Bonnie Holmes, Thompson, graduated with the June 2003 class from Wyo Tech, nationally recognized for excellence in automotive, diesel, and collision refinishing training.
Nicholas, who has graduated with an Associates Degree in Management, Collision/Refinishing, Street Rod Registration, will be locating to the area to further his career.
Following is a list of Susquehanna Elementary students who qualified for the President's Education Awards Program during the 2002-03 school year.
Educational Excellence: Christy Glidden, Angela Leonard, Hannah Price, Lacey Sholtiss, Aaron Soden.
Academic Effort: Brittany Heller, Jessica Hubal, TyKim Johnson, Bradley Stone, Leann Terpstra.
The following is a list of the Elementary students who received a Reading Achievement Award for the 4th marking period. A student must maintain an A average (93-100) for the entire marking period in order to receive this award.
Mrs. Tingley - 1-1: Kaitlyn Bray, Ricky Brower, Joseph DeLaPlaine, Amber Dubanowitz, Jonathan Felter, Steven Frye, Alyssa Jacobs, Lauren Marco, Brett Meixner.
Mrs. Rowe - 1-2: Chelsea Ayres, Jack DeLaPlaine, Mashawna Hargett, Kaelin Payne, Ciera Scepaniak, Michael Yi, Mark Zappe.
Mrs. Davis - 1-3: Chaz Comstock, Rachel Hubal, Kyle MacDonald, Micaela Rhone, Brandon Soden, Emily Staros, Victoria Trynoski, Anja Whitehead.
Mrs. Fancher - 1-4: Nicholas Acosta, Nicholas Chamberlain, Trevor Hampton, Ashley Miller, Sal Pelicci, Nolan Reddon, Evan Stone.
Mrs. Hilling - 2-1: Daniel Cordner, Lindsey Glidden, Tyler Hines, Amanda Marco, Marah Rhone, Austin Smith, Ashley Sweeney, William Terpstra.
Mrs. Chervanka - 2-2: Brett Archambault, Nicholas Beshears, Justin Collemacine, Brendan Conklin, Brandon DeRose, Kyleigh Fiske, Nathaniel Gunderman, Cole Mallery, Caitlynn O'Dell, Patricia Pauswinski, Taylor Soules, Ryan Swanson, Amberly Warner.
Mrs. Houghton - 2-3: Melayna Amrein, Melissa Kukowski, Andrzej Tomczyk, Casey Williams.
Mrs. Mazikewich - 2-4: Danielle Barnes, Daniel Biegert, Megan Canfield, Britney Glover, Chelsea Matta, Alex Peksa, Caleb Scepaniak, Chelsea Sparks, Callie Truex.
Mrs. Burdick - LS-2: Douglas Bishop, Jeffrey Conroy, Cody Dibble, Tyler Reed, Allen Westbrook.
Mrs. Lubaszewski - 3-1: Brandon Deakin, Nathan Gaskill, Brandon Saddlemire, Brian Yi.
Mrs. Keller - 3-2: Anthony Ballard, Jamie Boerner, Andrew Burdick, Emily Conroy, Jesse Henderson, Thomas Maby, Amanda Tanzini.
Mrs. Heath - 3-3: Mary Kemmerer, Alisha Russo.
Mrs. Soden - 3-4: Courtney Arthur, Matthew Hilling, Morgan Ofsharick, Zachary Stanford, Jeffrey Wayman.
Mrs. Rockwell - LS-3: Kayla Coleman, Jared Lawson, Christopher Snyder.
Mrs. Hinkley - 4-1: Kalyn Cina, Alex Price, Melissa Zawisky.
Mrs. Fuller - 4-2: Kimberly Aldrich, Nicholas Marco, Sinon Smith, Derek Williams.
Mrs. Stanley - 4-3: Zachary Baker, Kelly Burke, Mandalyn Corse, Susan Greene, Sean Leonard, Gabrielle Peksa, David Winn.
Mrs. Homer - 4-4: Kevin Cavanaugh, Kaitlyn Halesky, Kyle Napolitano, Kristen Wentzell, Theresa Whitehead, Shane Wolf.
Mrs. Dubas - LS-4: Courtney Sullivan.
Mr. Hall - 5-1: Mindy Batson, Kyla Kemmerer, Stefan Watson.
Mrs. Conklin - 5-2: Jakilyn DeCicco, Maggie Lawrenson, Michael Nagel, Jr., Sonal Patel, Andrea Sheldon, Joey Silfies, Ashley Tanzini.
Mr. Presley - 5-3: Maria Elena Canzoneri, Melissa Elliott, T.J. Kelly, Shawn Norton, Brandon Stone, Andrea Walker.
Mrs. Steele - 5-4: Nicholas Felter, John Herbert, Lauren Reddon, Jami Towner.
Mrs. Loscig - LS-5: Alysha DeJean, Dominic Gerhardt, Kayla Valentine.
Mr. Rezykowski - 6-1: Timothy Gall, Brittany Heller, Hannah Price, Leann Terpstra.
Mr. Escandel - 6-2: Connor Freitag, Christy Glidden, Bradley Stone.
Mrs. Stone - 6-3: Angela Leonard, Kierstyn Slocum, Aaron Soden, Jeremy Wallace.
Mrs. Glidden - 6-4: TyKim Johnson, Lacey Sholtiss.
Mrs. Vauter - LS-6: Jennifer Glover, Kya Wade.
Following is a list of Susquehanna Elementary students who qualified for a Reading Achievement Award during the 2002-03 school year. (Student must have received an Achievement Award for all four marking periods.)
Mrs. Tingley - 1-1: Kaitlyn Bray, Joseph DeLaPlaine, Amber Dubanowitz, Jonathan Felter, Steven Frye, Alyssa Jacobs, Lauren Marco, Brett Meixner.
Mrs. Rowe - 1-2: Chelsea Ayres, Jack DeLaPlaine, Mashawna Hargett, Kaelin Payne, Ciera Scepaniak, Michael Yi, Mark Zappe.
Mrs. Davis - 1-3: Chaz Comstock, Rachel Hubal, Kyle MacDonald, Micaela Rhone, Brandon Soden, Emily Staros, Victoria Trynoski, Anja Whitehead.
Mrs. Fancher - 1-4: Nicholas Acosta, Ashley Miller, Sal Pelicci, Nolan Reddon.
Mrs. Hilling - 2-1: Daniel Cordner, Lindsey Glidden, Amanda Marco, Marah Rhone, Austin Smith, Ashley Sweeney.
Mrs. Chervanka - 2-2: Brett Archambault, Brandon DeRose, Kyleigh Fiske, Caitlynn O'Dell, Patricia Pauswinski, Ryan Swanson, Amberly Warner.
Mrs. Houghton - 2-3: Melissa Kukowski, Casey Williams.
Mrs. Mazikewich - 2-4: Danielle Barnes, Megan Canfield, Britney Glover, Chelsea Matta, Callie Truex.
Mrs. Burdick - LS-2: Tyler Reed.
Mrs. Lubaszewski - 3-1: Brandon Deakin, Brian Yi.
Mrs. Keller - 3-2: Jesse Henderson.
Mrs. Heath - 3-3: Mary Kemmerer.
Mrs. Soden - 3-4: Courtney Arthur, Matthew Hilling, Morgan Ofsharick, Jeffrey Wayman.
Mrs. Hinkley - 4-1: Alex Price.
Mrs. Fuller - 4-2: Kimberly Aldrich, Nicholas Marco, Sinon Smith.
Mrs. Stanley - 4-3: Zachary Baker, Kelly Burke, Susan Greene, Sean Leonard.
Mrs. Homer -4-4: Kristen Wentzell, Theresa Whitehead, Shane Wolf.
Mr. Presley - 5-3: Maria Elena Canzoneri, T.J. Kelly, Shawn Norton, Brandon Stone, Andrea Walker.
Mrs. Steele - 5-4: Jami Towner.
Mr. Rezykowski - 6-1: Timothy Gall, Hannah Price, Leann Terpstra.
Mr. Escandel - 6-2: Christy Glidden, Bradley Stone.
Mrs. Stone - 6-3: Angela Leonard, Aaron Soden.
The Wayne/Susquehanna Chapter of the environmental group R.E.S.C.U.E. has made a cash award of $100.00 to five graduating seniors of the class of 2003, from each of the school districts within Wayne/Susquehanna R.E.S.C.U.E. geographical boundaries.
Qualifications for the award include good citizenship, leadership in an environmental area, past interest in environmental projects, and/or the possibility of a future career in an area that would benefit the environment.
This years recipients are: Shannon Williams of Susquehanna Community School District; Jared Hayden of Western Wayne High School; Malinda Swartwout of Honesdale High School; Brittany Brainard of Mountain View High School; and Jillian Smith of Forest City Regional High School. Hancock High School had no nominees this year. Congratulations to all the winners!
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announces the following students who made the Honor or High Honor Roll for the fourth marking period.
HIGH HONOR ROLL
GRADE 4: Susan Greene, Sean Leonard, Nicholas Marco, Kyle Napolitano, Alex Price, Theresa Whitehead, Shane Wolf.
Nicholas Felter, T.J. Kelly, Kyla Kemmerer, Shawn Norton, Brandon Stone, Jami Towner.
GRADE 6: Christy Glidden, Angela Leonard, Hannah Price, Lacey Sholtiss, Aaron Soden, Bradley Stone.
GRADE 4: Kimberly Aldrich. Zachary Baker, Jordan Boerner, Kelly Burke, Brittany Carter, Kevin Cavanaugh, Kalyn Cina, Kaitlyn Halesky, Kacey Norris, Gabrielle Peksa, Steven Schmidt, Alex Sheriff, Sinon Smith, Nicholas Vales, Kristen Wentzell, Derek Williams, David Winn.
GRADE 5: Maria Elena Canzoneri, Kelly Conklin, John Herbert, Maggie Lawrenson, Sonal Patel, Lauren Reddon, William Silfies, Ashley Tanzini, Andrea Walker, Stefan Watson.
GRADE 6: Connor Freitag, Timothy Gall, Jennifer Glover, Brittany Heller, Jessica Hubal, TyKim Johnson, Kayshia Kruger, Lindsay Lawrenson, Justin Lee, Michael Lloyd, Carrie Phetmoungkhoune, Cody Scepaniak, Kierstyn Slocum, Edward Stone, Leann Terpstra, Jeremy Wallace.
The University of Scranton conferred 1,142 graduate and undergraduate degrees Sunday, May 25, 2003 at its commencement ceremony. University of Scranton President Joseph M. McShane, S.J., presented 932 bachelors and associates degrees and 210 masters degrees at the ceremony, which began at noon at the First Union Arena, Wilkes-Barre.
Area degree recipients are as follows:
Undergraduate Degree: Robin A. Burdick, Thompson; Kate M. Christiansen, Forest City; Melissa R. Curtis, Forest City; Steven M. DeRiancho, Montrose; Kathryn M. Elkins, Clifford; Jennifer Janezic, Forest City; Eileen T. Parise, Lenoxville; Katy M. Parker, Montrose; Matthew J. Reichlen, Friendsville; Julanne G. Skinner, Montrose; Kathleen M. Stiles, Great Bend; Michael B. Venn, Hop Bottom; and Jennifer L. Wasylyk, Forest City.
Graduate Degree: Amy E. Cook, Susquehanna.
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