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The Choconut Valley Elementary School fifth grade held a Conservation day June 8th. It was a beautiful day as the students were very attentive and the presenters did a great job with their environmental demonstrations.
Cathy Hynes and Yvonne Lord from the Master Gardener program explained how to start plants from seeds and transplant those plants to your garden. The Master Gardeners helped the students plant sunflowers into a cup. Students were allowed to take their new project home, to transplant with their family.
Jodi Anderson, from Susquehanna County Recycling Center, told the students that in one year, 1000 tons of garbage was recycled in Susquehanna County and didnt end up in a landfill. Jodi also described the types of plastic that can and cannot be accepted at the recycling center. Different types of plastic products that are generated from recycled plastic were explained to the fifth grade. The students were then divided into two groups for a recycle relay race to test their knowledge of what they learned and put trash into recyclable and non recyclable containers.
District Forester, Jim Kessler did an excellent job explaining forest management by pointing out seedlings on the forest floor. He described why if one unproductive tree were cut it would allow the new seedlings to thrive. Jim invited the students to name all the products in their homes that derive from forest products and to imagine if all those products were gone how different life would be. Mr. Kessler ended his program by using a boring tool to drill a small hole, causing no damage to the tree and bringing a small core out to count the rings of the tree.
Sue Chance, Friends of Salt Springs, used an enviroscape, which is a three dimension landscape that illustrates residential, recreational, agricultural, industrial and transportation areas, all representing sources of pollution. Students used powdered drink throughout the model community to see how their actions and those of others affect our water quality.
Steve Fisher, Susquehanna County Conservation Watershed Specialist, was the hit of the hot day. Steve and the students walked the stream using a screen searching for aquatic life in our streams. Steve also explained to the students the importance of leaving our streams undisturbed so that stream life may prosper.
The SCCD encourages Susquehanna County schools to contact Roger Sherwood at 278-4600, ext. 285 if they would be interested in a Conservation Environmental Day.
The Elk Lake Educational Support Personnel Association was pleased to acknowledge five deserving seniors during the recent Senior Recognition Assembly. The association felt these senior students were "Good Ambassadors of the Elk Lake School" and that is a worthy accomplishment.
The recipients recognized were Brandon Griffiths, Erin Karpich, Michelle Grosvenor, Lara Beth Winschuh, and Heidi Liebegott. The students were given a $100.00 Savings Bond.
Elk Lake Junior High Principal, Mr. Brain Mallery, is pleased to announce the following students who were selected as April, 2004 Students of the Month at Elk Lake.
Students of the month are selected by nomination of any student in grades 7-9 by a teacher for outstanding achievement. The students must show individual effort, community and school wide effort, as well as effort in the classroom.
Other important criteria includes: a showing of personal growth, skill development, dedication, leadership, academic growth and improvement, school service and community service.
Elk Lake students in grades 7-12 aimed high to have their name entered in a drawing for a Gateway laptop computer. Each marking period a student earned perfect attendance their name was entered for the drawing. If a student earned perfect attendance for the whole year their name was added for a fifth time.
On Monday, May 17 at the senior high awards program, the drawing was held for grades 10, 11 and 12. Junior Heather Shadduck was the lucky winner.
Amanda Keough, an eighth grade student, was the proud winner of the second computer to be awarded. During the junior high awards program, Tuesday, May 25, Amandas name was drawn. Amanda had perfect attendance for the 2003-04 school year.
These computers are purchased through a joint effort of the Elk Lake support staff, teachers, school board, and administration.
Elk Lake High School congratulates the following students with "perfect attendance" for the 2003-04 school year.
Heather Heller graduated Cum Laude from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia with a Master of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science in Health Science on May 19, 2004. She is employed at Bryn Maur Rehab Hospital in Malvern, PA, an acute rehabilitation hospital specializing n physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Heather is the daughter of Todd and Tammy Heller, Susquehanna.
June 10, 2004 brought 38 preschoolers, two teachers, three volunteers and over 160 parents and guests to the Moose Hall in Susquehanna for the annual Creative-Play Preschool graduation.
The childrens program was entitled, "Seasons Of Joy And Happiness," and included 12 seasonal songs and dances. The graduation program concluded with all 38 children wearing their caps and gowns, marching to "Pomp and Circumstance" to receive their preschool diplomas.
Its not often you see a woman working in an auto body shop. Burman Collision, in Gelatt has one they would like to keep. 17-year-old Rebecca Rose spent a good part of her junior year at Mountain View High School learning the automotive collision repair trade as a Northern Tier Industry Education Consortium Youth Apprentice and she says she absolutely loves the business.
Also a student at the Lackawanna County Career Technology Center, Becky worked at the company one day a week throughout the school year learning the trade from technician John Paone. With a duties list that included learning about painting, frame work, and detailing, Rose says she hopes to make a career of the business after graduation. When asked what she liked most about her training as an auto body technician, Rose answered, "Absolutely everything. I know what I learned will better my skills in any future work I do."
The daughter of Sherri L. St. Clair and Ronald Rose, Becky enjoys fishing and four-wheeling, and like most teenagers, likes to hang out with her friends.
Becky has made such an impression on the staff at Burman that they have added her to the company website. "Her enthusiasm and love of collision repair was evident from the moment she joined our team. She now has had the opportunity to put what she has learned into practical experience under the watchful eye of and guidance of one of the areas leading technicians." Owner Ivan Burman predicts a very exciting and successful future for Becky.
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 April, 2004. Pictured above (l-r) are: Mike Trowbridge, Brent Dyson, Anthony Butts, Curt Newhart, Amanda Mower, Andrew Miner, Clarissa Wilson, Mrs. Davis. Absent from photo: Heather Boltz, Kenneth Coleman, Tiffany Mitchell.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announced the following Students of the Month for May, 2004.
Kindergarten, First, Second, Third
Fourth, Fifth Sixth
The children from Time to Grow Preschool recently took a field trip to Liberty Park. There they learned about fire safety from Barry Abbott and Matthew Brand of the Snake Creek Volunteer Fire Company. The children saw what a fire fighter looks like in full gear and then got to try on the gear themselves. They also got to spray the hose and a good time was had by all! Pictured above (l-r) are: back row Hayleigh Fekette, Michael Allen, Asst. Fire Chief Matthew Brand, Eric Peters, Jontue Gregory, Ashley Millard; front row Alexis Gilbert, Joshua Brand.
Savannah, GA - Adam Swindlehurst of Thompson, PA achieved Dean's List at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA, for the spring quarter, 2004.
Adam, a Computer Art major, is the son of Bruce and Vickie Swindlehurst.
The Susquehanna Community Elementary School held its Awards Assembly on June 9, 2004.
Following are some of the areas recognized.
PLCB's 2004 Alcohol Awareness Poster Program Sponsored by TREHAB of Susquehanna County: first place - Ashley Craig, second place Heather Gordon, third place Matthew Hilling, Honorable Mention Vincent Matta and Amber DeJean.
Accelerated Read Award Presented to Maria Elena Canzoneri for reading 33 books during the month of April for the Accelerated Reader Contest.
Super Speller Award Presented to T.J. Kelly for winning the first annual Sixth Grade Spelling Bee.
Again this year students in Mrs. Hillings class were challenged to read 28 chapter books in Mary Pope Osbornes Magic Tree House series. Students need to read the book and correctly answer 9 out of 10 comprehension questions in order to move onto the next book. This year Rachel Hubal, Lauren Marco, Micaela Rhone and Emily Staros successfully read all 28 chapter books.
Second Grade students participated in the Math Mastery program this year. Students practiced math facts and then were given one minute timed tests. Students who met their goal could then advance to the next math mastery level. Students were encouraged to practice math facts. Each child advanced at his or her own pace. Rachel Hubal, Kyle MacDonald, D.J. Price and Micaela Rhone completed all addition, subtraction, and multiplication math fact sheets.
Second Grade students were given the opportunity to become authors. Students wrote stories of their choosing, had them edited by their classroom teacher, and illustrated their books with Miss Gallaghers guidance. On June 4, students celebrated their achievements at an Authors Day where they read their books to classmates and parents. The books were also read and judged by third and fourth grade students. Three favorites were chosen from each second grade class: Mrs. Hillings class Lauren Marco, Rachel Hubal and D.J. Price; Mrs. Chervankas class Mashawna Hargett, Kaitlyn Bray, and Sal Pelicci; Mrs. Houghtons class Steven Frye, Nolan Reddon and Kaelin Payne; Mrs. Mazikewichs class Sydney Avery, Joseph DeLaPlaine and Jack DeLaPlaine.
Fifth Grade Spelling Achievement Awards Given to those students with a 99 or 100% average throughout the four quarters: Kyle Napolitano 100%, Kelsey Carmody 99%, David Winn 99%, Gabrielle Peksa 99%.
Fifth Grade Reading Achievement Awards Given to students who achieved 50 points or more throughout the year with Accelerated Reader: Bobby Skiba 195.4 points, Timothy Sager 180.3 points, Scott Cordner 100.3 points, Gabrielle Peksa 60.9 points, Sean Leonard 60.8 points, Kelsey Carmody 59.5 points, Nicholas Marco 56.6 points, Susan Greene 55.5 points, Amanda Roth 52.7 points.
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 2003/04 school year to reach their maximum potential.
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania recently released names of May, 2004 graduates. Students from our area among those earning Bachelors Degrees are as follows.
John Ainey, New Milford, with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration/Management.
Andrew Axworthy, Montrose, with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education, Mathematics.
Elizabeth Kulyeshie, Susquehanna, with a Bachelors Degree in Philosophy.
Stephen Mazikewich, Susquehanna, with a Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education, Earth and Space Science.
Kelly, Orr, Susquehanna, with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration/Accounting.
Margaret Reavey, Thompson, with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology.
Beth Ann Roberts, Lenoxville, with a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication, News Editorial.
James Smith, Montrose, with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration/Accounting.
Lewisburg, PA Bucknell University conferred 800 bachelors degrees and 28 masters degrees during commencement ceremonies May 23, 2004. Degrees were awarded for studies in liberal arts and professional programs in engineering, management and education.
The following students in our area received Bucknell degrees at graduation.
Adam J. Graytock, Forest City, son of Francis and Karen Graytock, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting.
Erica A. Mroz, Hallstead, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science.
Anthony Rusnak, Forest City Regional High School Principal, announced the following Honor Roll for the fourth marking period of the 2003-04 school year:
Grade 7 - High Honors: Jaclyn Arrigan, Marcella Baileys, Paige Baron, Amanda Cino, Kelsey Logar, Chelsea Lucchesi, Kristen Majdic, Wade Malicky, Cheryl Pantzar, Jacklyn Smith, Cassidy Strickland, Kelsey Trichilo.
Grade 7 - Honor Roll: Ryan Baron, Jessica Butler, Michael Campbell, Alison Dombroski, Adam Dyno, Megan Jones, Michael Pasternak, Kyle Shollock, Joseph Terry, Ian White, Matera Wilczewski.
Grade 8 - High Honors: Nicholas Baileys, Heather Cook, Ashley Dix, Christine Guzzi, Ashley Hofer, Kristy Kitchura, Christopher Nebzydoski, Danielle Nebzydoski, Adam Salvi, Briana Salvi, Mary Scheller, Matthew Silfee, Brittany Yestrepsky.
Grade 8 - Honor Roll: Joseph Bean, Michael Forsette, Lindsey Luchonok, Anna McAndrew, Mark Melvin, Jr., Michael Novak, Chelsea Soltus, Sarah Terry, Eric Torres, Stephanie Zuidema.
Grade 9 - High Honors: Katelyn Brothwell, Georgia Galvin, Michael Gulbin, Michael McGraw, Tara McGraw, Justin Pisarcik, Jaclyn Skubic, Amanda White, Sarah Zedar.
Grade 9 - Honor Roll: Steven Beautz, Laurel Evans, Kristal Griffiths, Sara Hornbeck, Nicole Karausky, Jenna Kilmer, Danielle Long, Marlie Martines, Mickayla McHale, Nicole Mead, Jennifer Murnin, James Pasternak, Jason Pisarcik, Bradley Sparks, Justin Thomas Tiffany Tyson.
Grade 10 -High Honors: Joshua Balch, Tiffany Butler, Michelle Giles, Sean Goldman, Joseph Grecco, Laura Heck, Tara Martines, Kathryn Nebzydoski, Suzann Paul, Robyn Powell, Daniel Rokavec, Stephanie Sterchak.
Grade 10 - Honor Roll: Amy Branning, David Costanzo, Heidi Lehmann, Toni Ravnikar, Steven Scavone, Michael Zack.
Grade 11 - High Honors: Jeffrey Mead, William Orasin, Matthew Pisarcik, Amanda Rizner, Rachel Terry, Jonathan Torch.
Grade 11 - Honor Roll: Matthew Elders, Michael Green, Destiny Hart, Heather Herbst, Branden Kimmel, Nicole Marsicano, Ann Nebzydoski, Kasie ODell, Roseann Paul, Rachael Roeckel, Jonathan Terpak.
Grade 12 - High Honors: Dana Bennett, Shawn Brothwell, Megan Chesnick, Marissa Cino, Rachel Herbst, June Saul.
Grade 12 - Honors: Jacob Beautz, Kimberly Cerar, Katherine Drop, Shane Malicky, Renee Meszler, Savannah Meszler, Elizabeth Pasternak, Jonathan Poterjoy, Seth Wasnock.
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: Courtney Arthur, Justice Henderson, Matthew Hilling, Thomas Maby, Morgan Ofsharick.
GRADE 5: Sean Leonard, Nicholas Marco, Kyle Napolitano, David Winn.
GRADE 6: Nicholas Felter, John Herbert, Thomas Kelly, Jr., Kyla Kemmerer, Shawn Norton, Jami Towner, Andrea Walker.
GRADE 4: Jamie Boerner, Emily Conroy, Austin Cowperthwait, Brandon Deakin, Alexandria Dominick, Timothy Flanagan, Nathan Gaskill, Mary Kemmerer, Anthony Kimble, Vincent Matta, Kristy Monks, Gregory Price, Stephanie Skurski, George Wilkes.
GRADE 5: Kelsey Carmody, Susan Greene, Sarah Parsons, Gabrielle Peksa, Basia Polak, Alex Price, Ryan Rosenthal, Amanda Roth, Derek Williams, Melissa Zawisky.
GRADE 6: Kaitlyn Adam, Jordan Aldrich, Scott Arthur, Philip Barnes, Breanna Bastion, Maria Elena Canzoneri, Benjamin Case, Kelly Conklin, Garrett Cuevas, Jakilyn DeCicco, Dominic Gerhardt, Ashlee Getter, Maggie Lawrenson, Matthew Leet, Adam Macazan, Sonal Patel, Lauren Reddon, Christopher Repa, William Silfies, Brandon Stone.
Joanna H. Wallace, a rising junior majoring in psychology at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, has been named to the Deans List for the 2004 spring semester. A graduate of Blue Ridge High School, Joanna is the daughter of Gerard Wallace of Pacifica, CA and Lorraine Wallace of New Milford, PA.
Bethlehem, PA - Certificates of achievement were awarded to 1,278 Lehigh University students who were named to the Dean's List for the spring, 2004 semester.
Undergraduates on the Dean's List earned a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale and carried at least 12 hours of courses.
Achieving the honor from our area was Kristen Gerhard, Starrucca.
Easton, PA The names of 855 Lafayette College students who have been named to the 2004 spring semester Dean's List were recently announced by 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.
Students from our area achieving the honor were: Lori Jean Cooper, Class of 2007, Brackney; Deanna Kathleen Stoddard, Class of 2005, Kingsley.
Luzerne County Community College announced the following local students have earned recognition for outstanding academic achievement during the spring 2004 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: Eric Buffington, Springville; Christina Button, New Milford; Annette Conigliaro, New Milford; Donna Gunning, New Milford; Donna Johnson, Hop Bottom; Shannon Miranda, Montrose; Barbara Randall, New Milford; Thomas Risboskin, Vandling; Heather Shingler, Meshoppen; Terri Tyler, Meshoppen.
Deans List: Mary Baker, Susquehanna; Valerie Burdick, Great Bend; Barbara Burdick, Susquehanna; Dennis DiGiambattista, New Milford; Shari Dulski, Vandling; Joseph Fisher, Hallstead; Sherry Forba, Meshoppen; Joan Hanrahan, Susquehanna; Sarah Kuss, Susquehanna; Leah Massenkeil, Union Dale; Kara Moore, Susquehanna; Jodie Stanford, Thompson.
Honors List: Andrew Belcher, Clifford; Jessica Brienze, Susquehanna; Florence Bucci, Susquehanna; Phillip Gomez, Nicholson; Caleb Lee, Susquehanna; Michelle Miller, Susquehanna; Teresa Stinavage, Thompson.
Educators from Lackawanna Trail, Waverly Central, and Forest City Regional School Districts recently attended an Educator-in-the-Workplace program, sponsored by the Northern Tier Community Education Council (NTCEC). The program, in its sixth year, is designed to give a hands-on look at the technologies used in regional industries and skills students need to garner careers in those fields.
According to Marleen Butler, NTCEC Education Coordinator, the day-long program started at the Northern Tier Career Center, Towanda, for Orientation. The second stop was at Bradford-Sullivan Career Link where Jeff Seeley, ES Employment Interviewer, demonstrated how to navigate the Career Link system and Team PA Internet-based services. The Career Link and Team PA systems offers labor market data, state and federal job banks, and government services.
The groups next stop was at Osram Sylvania, Towanda, where they learned about chemical and metallurgical industry and the production of a wide range of products. Osram uses ore concentrates, refined oxides and selected scrap materials, to produce a wide range of products.
The final stop of the day was at Taylor Excel, which produces a complete line of vacuum-packed and frozen meats for sale to supermarket chains, wholesalers food service distributors, institutions and processed beef manufacturers. The educators learned that Taylor Excel has over 1200 employees and has grown into a multi -million dollar operation capable of processing 1,800 cattle daily.
For more information on the NTCEC and its variety of educational programs, contact the NTCEC Office, Dimock, PA 18816, (570) 278-5038.
The Mid-Atlantic Alliance of Cooperatives (MAAC) has announced the names of 54 students who have been selected to participate in the 2004 Summer Institute, "Business and Cooperatives in America," to be held June 27 through June 30 on the campus of Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA.
The outstanding young people were chosen through participation in a series of one-day business and leadership training programs which reached youth in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. The programs are designed to help older teens understand more about business structures, with an emphasis on the principles of the cooperative way of doing business. The programs also establish an environment that facilitates team building and leadership training.
First year students include: Aubrey Chance, Montrose; Luke Lavka, Kingsley; Kristen Oakley, Springville; Abby Onyon, New Milford; Beatty Price, Union Dale. A second year student from our area is Ben Schack, Hop Bottom.
Following is the Mountain View Elementary School fourth period Honor Roll for the 2003-04 school year.
GRADE 4: Tess Berish, Jeffrey Bishop, Jacob Black, Sarah Bowman, Aaron Chidester, Nathaniel Chipelo, Jonathan Chipelo, Marissa Christina, Katherine Cure, Allison Davis, Tabitha Drum, Ryan Falkenberg, Cathlene Farnelli, Maria Garavuso, Michaela Gates, Brian Goble, Joseph Jarrow, Jesse Johnson, Jesse Johnson, David Kern, Jennifer Kochmer, Megan Kress, Mercedes Kromko, Cassandra Kudzinowski, Ryan Lahnemann, Stephen Landis, Alexis Lewis, Elizabeth Lockwood, James McGovern, Jr., Melinda Miller, Nathan Moyer, Elissa Muller, Jordan Noldy, Kelly Purdy, Helen Schoonmaker, Jeff Smalley, Gary Smith, Devon Suhadolnik, Alixandria Taylor, John Valentine, Michael Wakalowski, Melissa Walker, Nathan Wnuk.
GRADE 5: Greg Adams, Thor Banks, Alaney Berish, Taylor Brainard, Adam Conklin, Ashley Conlkin, Karch Frantz, Lindsey Harvey, Chris Herman, Carly Jesse, James Johnson, Bethany Kavka, Michael Keogh, Sam Knowlton, Jessica Lotterman, Alex Lynn, Logan Mack, Julia Madas, Andrea Mason, Michael Mikloiche, Brian Miller, Chris Powers, Michael Purdy, Brittany Resseguie, Nathan Robbins, Cheyenne Scheer, Kristen Shuster, Mary Skurnowicz, Joe Valentine, Kenneth VanGorder, Mary Walker, Karsten Wallis, Ryan Walsh, Robert Weiler, Kalena Williams, Olivia Zick.
GRADE 6: Anika Althouse, Alena Beeman, Mark Bevacqua, Jessica Bodt, Alexander Capron, Taylor Carey, Rachel Christian, Adam Christina, Brittany Chubirka, Diane Congdon, Mia Daniels, Riana Darrow, Brian Davis, Shaya Davis, Kristina Fallon, Ravi Figgles, Miranda Fisher, Duane Galambos, Sara Garavuso, Maggie Gething, Hannah Gow, Amanda Grecco, Jamie Greene, David Griffiths, Stephanie Grushinski, Colin Hadnagy Rosene, Colleen Haley, Peter Hartman, Erin Harvey, Cody Horrocks, Kelli Hughes, Luke Jenkins, Sharon Jones, Codie Jones, Jackie Kochmer, Haley Kwiatkowski, Cory Landes, Michael LoSapio, Cody Mack, Jonathan McBride, Mark Miller, Kelly Morgan, Brandon Noldy, Robert Novak, Amber Peterka, Amanda Roberts, Amanda Rogan, Jeffrey Salak, Troy Schermerhorn, Andrew Shipsky, Leah Tantanella, Seth Tiffany, Alison Very, Lucas Walker, Kate Webster, Kelsey Whitaker, Sean Whitaker, Kyle Wilkins, Eli Wilson.
The Mountain View Elementary sixth grade students enjoyed their annual trip to Baltimore Inner Harbor and Washington, DC on May 1821.
The 91 students and 30 adult chaperones, under the direction of trip coordinator Bill Whitney and the sixth grade faculty, began by visiting the National Aquarium in Baltimore with its exciting dolphin show and educational aquatic exhibits. The group then proceeded to learn about life on a tall ship during the pre-civil war era with a hands-on tour of the USS Constellation.
During the next three days the group experienced many of our Nation's Capital sites including the Smithsonian Institution Museums, the Capitol Building and class picture with Congressman Don Sherwood, a visit to Mount Vernon with a boat ride on the historic Potomac River, and a tour of Arlington National Cemetery where the class presented a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns.
In addition the group was invited to attend the "Twilight Tattoo" military pageant, presented on the ellipse of the White House by the Army 3rd Infantry Old Guard of Fort Meyer. The military pageant was followed by a beautiful evening visit to the Lincoln Memorial, Viet Nam Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, and FDR Memorial.
This year's trip was capped off with a view of the Washington area from atop the Washington Monument and a thrilling visit to the recently completed World War II Memorial. And, of course, any visit to Washington would be incomplete for young people without seeing the pandas and other animals at the National Zoo.
Once again the sixth grade students of the Mountain View School District have been provided with this exciting and valuable educational experience through the cooperation of the Board of Education, administration, community, and faculty, and have gained insight and memories that will serve them for years to come.
Mountain View Elementary School will hold summer registration for any new students on August 18, from 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Please bring birth certificate and immunization record. If your child has an Individualized Educational Plan, please bring it along. If you have any questions, please call (570) 434-2181 ext. 433.
Following is the Susquehanna Community High School Honor Roll for the fourth marking period of the 2003-04 school year.
HIGHEST HONORS (93-100)
GRADE 12: Nicholas Canzoneri, Melanie DeWitt, Amanda Fallon, Stephanie Graves, Jeffrey Keyes, Sarah Lesser, Katherine McHale, Claressa Price, Amanda Russell, Brent Soden, Erick Stone, Lawrence Travis, Heather Warneke.
GRADE 11: Paula Freitag, Kevin Lee, Laura Plant, Carolyn Severs, Abralyn Stone, Denise Walker.
Grade 10: Christopher Balliet, Daniel Brinton, Kimberly Frechen, Jeremy Travis, Curtis Walker.
GRADE 9: Sarah Biegert, Melanie Biesecker, Andrew Crawford, Joshua Depew, Carla Gehman, Meghan Gilleran, Casey Glidden, Kristin Gumaer, Timothy Haynes, Ashley Hubal, Kirsten Kemmerer, Jessica Lee, Carrie Lewis, William McHale, Caitlin Piercy, Nicole Ransbottom, Ellen Reavey, Danielle Williams.
GRADE 8: Christopher Felter, Tara Flor, Brent Keyes, Tamara Sager, Geri Smith, Craig Soden, Jessica Welch.
GRADE 7: Christine Biegert, Sydney Carmody, Christy Glidden, Jessica Hubal, Justin Lee, Hannah Price, Lacey Sholtiss, Aaron Soden, Bradley Stone, Leann Terpstra.
GRADE 12: Patricia Albrecht, Melanie Batson, Brian Boughton, Anthony Butts, Tracy Cicon, Rebecca Darling, Stephen Dibble, Daniel Frechen, Krystal French, Sarah Holmes, Justin Hopkins, Jessica Williams, Amanda Woodruff.
GRADE 11: Keith Delaney, Bridgette Stone, Heather Stone, Tiffany Tanner, Kelliann Walsh, Matthew Wolf, Sean Wolf.
GRADE 10: Aaron Callender, Ryan Gilleran, Ryan Lee, Melissa Leet, Allen Russell, Stephen Sicovitch.
GRADE: Cameron Arthur, Christina Butts, Tiffany Carpenter, Kathryn DeWitt, Jia Luo Dong, Kaitlin Flor, Francis Lake III, Dustin Perry, Deanna Stone, Perri Weldy.
GRADE 8: Kelli Agler, Ellen Biegert, Nancy Edwards, Shannon Hugaboom, Jessica Nusbaum, Jay Patel, Angela Petriello, Ashley Price, Kristy Tyler.
GRADE 7: Brittany Heller, TyKim Johnson, Angela Leonard, Cody Scepaniak, Jeffrey Williams.
MERIT ROLL (85-90)
GRADE 12: Veronica Andersen, Holly Backo, Joseph Barnes, Brian Buzzell, Kenneth Coleman, Ryan Cordner, Jessica Cornwell, Amanda Hadlick, Katherine Janoski, Marlena Price, Star Reed, Cassandra Roth, Heidi Schell, Ashley Skiba, Holly Terpstra, Jordan Tingley, Lori Wade, Emily Walker, Samuel Whitney, Mary Winter, Philip Yannone.
GRADE 11: Rachael Ballard, Shane Beamer, Roxanne Bishop, Jessica Briar, Crystal Casterline, Holly Cobb, Ashley Corbin, Kara Culnane, Tiffany Fiske, Anita Flynn, Tiara Kelly, Bethanie Kubus, Olivia Lesser, Elizabeth Rowe, Melanie Stark, Tiffanie Yoder.
GRADE 10: Heather Brower, Ashley Casillas, Heather Conroy, Brooke McKee, Marisa MitchellFlanagan, Michelle Nagel, Kyle Price, Heather Roe, Marissa Weidow.
GRADE 9: Mercedes Allen, Justin Butts, Andrew David, Joseph DeCicco, Abigail DeWitt, Stacy Fisher, Amber Gaffey, Brian James, Sean Lawson, Andrew Napolitano, Cody Norris, Samantha Schmidt, Kimberly Seamans, Nicole Tarbox, Jessica Terpstra, Brianne Thomas, Teri Upright, Billie Jean Wilbur.
GRADE 8: Dustin Barton, Shayna Benson, Ashley Blewett, Caryn Conklin, Daniel Downton, Michael Ervin, Kirk Fallon, Daniel Gall, Alexandria Kotran, Aleshia Napolitano, Natalie Piercy, Craig Price, Samantha Rieman, Justin Ross, Shawnee Soules, Cynthia Williams, Megan Zappe, Brittany Zebrowski.
GRADE 7: Ashley Aldrich, Stephen Andujar, Heather Bixby, Daniel Boughton, Caitlin Burke, Phylicia DeCicco, Connor Freitag, Timothy Gall, Jennifer Glover, Diana Greene, David Jackson, Lindsay Lawrenson, Cassie Miller, Carrie Phetmoungkhoune, Kelly Sheriff, Samantha Soules, Ashley Stein, Anthony Wayman.
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