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Mrs. Alice M. Davis, Vocational Director of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center, is proud to announce the SCCTC Students of the Month for November, 2003. Pictured (l-r) are: Bryane McCarey, Kristina Smith, Pati Welch, Jesse Naylor, John Guay and Mrs. Davis. Absent from photo: Benjamin Hobart, Jamie Warner, Dianna Henry, Mike Donato, Stephanie Graves.
Following are Blue Ridge Elementary Citizens of the Month for December, 2003.
Kindergarten: Mrs. Johnson - Kimberly Klim; Mrs. Ogeka - Bailey Cramer; Mrs. Rhone - Brooke Zupanovich; Mrs. Small - Connor Hartman; Mrs. Whitehead - Taylor Hall.
Grade 1: Mrs. Button - Craig Stanley; Mrs. Revie - Nicholas Swaha; Mrs. Reese - Kellen Tangora; Mrs. Skal - Cayli Allen.
Grade 2: Mrs. Berger - Shania Yachymiak; Mrs. Hepler - Rebekah Bayle; Mrs. Kresefski - Dustin Jones; Mrs. Yurgosky - Jacklyn Wolfe.
Grade 3: Mrs. Harter - Nichole Groover; Mrs. Kelly - Will Ralston; Miss Pease - Tyler Shiptoski; Mrs. Theophila - Kirsten Felkowski.
Grade 4: Mrs. Bartkus - Cyerah Jones; Mr. Goff - Jacob Hinkley; Mr. Jones - Ethan Mansfield; Mrs. Scott - Amber Shibley.
Grade 5: Mrs. Buffington - Kristy Walker; Mrs. Chamberlain - Shawn Carey; Mr. Mazikewich - Tiffany Spencer; Mrs. Wolfe - Rebekah Harris; Mrs. Zelkowitz - Gabrielle Wolfe.
Mrs. Bleck - Eric Giangrieco.
Mrs. Heal - Edward Gorick.
Mrs. Suchy - Zachary Corley.
Bronson B. Stone, Thompson, has been included in the 2004 edition of Whos Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. He is one of 23 students from The University of Scrantons Graduate School who have been selected as national outstanding leaders.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory selected students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success.
The Blue Ridge School District recognized their school directors at the regular meeting held on Monday, January 12. The following serve on the Blue Ridge School District Board: Denise Bloomer, Lonnie Fisher, Dawn Franks, Priscinda Gaughan, Cindy Gillespie, Harold Empett, Maureen Howell, Alan Hall and Joel Whitehead. Certificates were presented to the Board members by Robert McNamara, Superintendent of Schools.
January is "School Director Recognition Month" in Pennsylvania, a time to recognize the valuable contributions of our school directors. They ensure decisions about our schools to meet the needs of our community and children. The Blue Ridge School District Board clearly demonstrates a desire to serve our community in this unique public service role.
A total of 1,028 students have been named to the Deans List at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania for the Fall semester of the 2003-2004 academic year according to Dr. Evelyn Lynch, provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Students eligible for the Deans List are those who have attained a 3.50 quality point average or better.
Among those students named to the Deans List at ESU from our locale are as follows: Jillian E. Smith, Forest City; Tiffany N. Hauer, Hallstead; Julie A. Teed, Hallstead; Janice M. Johnson, Jackson; Timothy A. Jayne, Laceyville; Ryan C. Calby, Montrose; Diana L. Canfield, Montrose; Alyse M. Kerr, New Milford; Ian C. Potter, Susquehanna; Roberta D. Shimer, Susquehanna; Ty R. Zurn, Kingsley; Jeffrey R. Doeringer, Nicholson.
Easton, PA Lori Jean Cooper, Class of 2007, Brackney, PA was named to the 2003 fall semester Dean's List at Lafayette College. Students must achieve at least a 3.45 semester grade point average out of a possible 4.0 to merit the honor.
The Mountain View PTO is pleased to announce "The Raptor Man" will be at Mountain View Elementary, January 23 at 7:30 p.m. The program will be "Birds of Prey". You won't just hear about these interesting raptors, you'll see them in person. Eagles, hawks and owls... they'll all be there. This event is free of charge and all are welcome. Don't miss out on this tremendous learning experience. Share an exciting and educational evening with your neighbors. Great things are happening at Mountain View Elementary, be a part of them!
The Northern Tier Hardwood Association is again offering a $500 scholarship to a high school senior who plans to major in Forestry, Wildlife, Watershed Mgt., Wood Products, or some other area of Natural Resources/Environmental Science. The student needs to live and attend school in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, or Wyoming Counties. To obtain an application form the student should check with his/her high school guidance counselor or visit the Association website at www.ntha.ws. Applications are due April 1st. If you have questions please call Dr. Robert Hansen at Penn State Cooperative Extension, (570) 265-2896 or e-mail email@example.com.
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