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The Pennsylvania Free Masons and the Mountain View/Harford Alumni Association sponsored the first Child Identification Program (CHIP) for the county at Mountain View Elementary School during kindergarten registration.
"CHIP addresses the alarming fact that over 1,000,000 children are reported missing in the United States each year," said Grand Master William Slater II at a press conference in January. “This program makes sure that every parent has the tools they will need in the event their child is abducted."
In order to help, the CHIP program is provided to the public free of charge. Included in the program are a digital video CD, fingerprints, and a DNA collection kit. All of this information is given directly to the parents before they leave.
Pictured (l-r) are: Richard Zick - Harford Lodge #445; Daniel Galloway - CHIP Supervisor; MaryJane Taylor - Mountain View/Harford Alumni; Joanne Zick - Mountain View/Harford Alumni; Nathan A. Foster - District Deputy Grand Master District 15; Margaret S. Foster - Mountain View Elementary Principal.
The Mountain View School District is proud to host the first CHIP program in the county and will be offering the service to the families of all Mountain View Elementary school students May 24, 25, and 26.
They hope that this information is never needed by any of their program participants. The peace of mind that comes with having this information available, will help both parents and law enforcement if the need should arise. Thanks go out to the many members of local lodges in the 15th Masonic District and the Alumni Association for providing volunteers to run the program.
The United States Achievement Academy announced today that Khayla Shearer from Friendsville, PA, has been named a United States National Award Winner in Science. This award is a prestigious honor very few students can ever hope to attain. In fact, the Academy recognizes fewer than 10% of all American high school students.
Khayla, who attends Montrose Area High School, was nominated for this national award by Deborah Lewis, a teacher at the school. Khayla will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, which is published nationally.
"Recognizing and supporting our youth is more important than ever before in America's history. Certainly, United States Achievement Academy winners should be congratulated and appreciated for their dedication to excellence and achievement," said Dr. George Stevens, Executive Director of the United States Achievement Academy.
The Academy selects USAA winners upon the exclusive recommendation of teachers, coaches, counselors, and other qualified sponsors and upon the Standards of Selection set forth by the Academy. The criteria for selection are a student's academic performance, interest and aptitude, leadership qualities, responsibility, enthusiasm, motivation to learn and improve, citizenship, attitude and cooperative spirit, dependability, and recommendation from a teacher or director.
Khayla is the daughter of Steve and Marise Shearer from Friendsville, PA. Grandparents are Jerry and Mary Shearer of Stevens, PA, and Geralda Warmers from Lady Lake, Florida.
Blue Ridge Elementary second graders enjoy the last of winter.
Lewisburg, PA – Bucknell University has released the dean’s list for outstanding academic achievement during the fall semester of the 2004-05 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive dean’s list recognition.
Students from our circulation area who met this standard are: Travis D. Hoadley, Hop Bottom; Ekaterina I. Luchanskaya, Hop Bottom; Paul F. Truskolaski, Susquehanna.
Anthony Rusnak, high school principal at Forest City Regional announces the following honor roll for the second marking period of the 2004-05 school year.
Grade 7 – High Honors: Jessica Herbst, Nicholas Lowry, Benjamin Paul, Andrew Salvi, Jordan Underwood.
Grade 7 – Honors: Lyle Foster, Rachel Gulbin, Bethany Hofer, Jeremy McGovern, Bradley Medved, Donald J. Yestrepsky.
Grade 8 – High Honors: Jaclyn Arrigan, Marcella Baileys, Paige Baron, Kelsey Logar, Chelsea Lucchesi, Kristen Majdic, Wade Malicky, Jacklyn Smith, Kelsey Trichilo.
Grade 8 – Honors: Ryan Baron, Jessica Butler, Amanda Cino, Justin Debevec, Brianna Demchak, Alison Dombroski, Lindsey Dragwa, Adam Dyno, Cheryl Hunsberger, Cheryl Pantzar, Michael Pasternak, Cassidy Strickland.
Grade 9 – High Honors: Heather Cook, Ashley Dix, Michael Forsette, Ashley Hofer, Kristy Kitchura, Christopher Nebzydoski, Adam Salvi, Matthew Silfee.
Grade 9 – Honors: Jeffrey Eversten, Christine Guzzi, Lindsey Luchonok, Mark Melvin, Jr., Danielle Nebzydoski, James Owens, Briana Salvi, Chelsea Soltus, Coty Soltus, Eric Torres, Brittany Yestrepsky.
Grade 10 – High Honors: Katelyn Brothwell, Georgia Galvin, Michael Gulbin, Danielle Long, Marlie Martines, Michael McGraw, Tara McGraw, Justin Pisarcik, Tiffany Tyson, Sarah Zedar.
Grade 10 – Honors: Steven Beautz, Laurel Evans, Sara Hornbeck, Jenna Kilmer, Mickayla McHale, Nicole Mead, Jennifer Murnin, Jared Pisarcik, Jason Pisarcik, Alexander Schwartz, Bradley Sparks, Justin Thomas, Amanda White.
Grade 11 – High Honors: Tiffany Butler, David Costanzo, Michelle Giles, Joseph Grecco, Laura Heck, Tara Martines, Kathryn Nebzydoski, Suzann Paul, Robyn Powell, Daniel Rokavec, Stephanie Sterchak.
Grade 11 – Honors: Kenneth Bennett, Laura Curtis, Christina Dolph, Michael Drop, Michael Dyno, Ashley Fitzsimmons, Heidi Lehmann, Bianca Marino, Rita Munifo, Mary Newak, Steven Scavone, Randi Schwartz, Michael Zack.
Grade 12 – High Honors: Nicole Marsicano, Jeffrey Mead, William Orasin, Scott Richards, Amanda Rizner, Rachel Terry, Jonathan Torch.
Grade 12 – Honors: Matthew Elders, Brittany Frederici, Michael Green, Destiny Hart, Heather Herbst, Ashley Hornbeck, Branden Kimmel, Justin Murphy, Ann Nebzydoski, Kasie O’Dell, Roseann Paul, Matthew Pisarcik, Nathan Richardson, Rachael Roeckel, Charles Saul.
Three Susquehanna County students have been named to the Dean’s List at Indiana University of Pennsylvania for the first semester of the 2004-05 academic year. They are: Jeremiah S. Rosenkrans, Montrose; Suzanne Eleanor Creps, South Gibson; Lee M. Griffin, South Gibson.
Larry O. Travis, Susquehanna, a 2004 graduate of Susquehanna Community Schools, and a freshman at Broome County Community College majoring in Electrical Engineering Technology, was named to the “President’s List” for the fall, 2004 semester. To qualify for the President’s List, a student must achieve an average of at least 3.8 out of a grade point average of 4.0.
Larry achieved a perfect 4.0, which also resulted in his selection to the “Phi Theta Kappa” honor society, a national organization that has existed since 1918, to recognize scholastic excellence. In a ceremony at the college on March 13, Larry received his honors and was inducted into the society. Upon completion of his studies at BCCC, Larry will continue his education to secure a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering.
Larry resides with his father, Larry Travis, in Susquehanna.
Mrs. Alice M. Davis, Vocational Director of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center, is proud to announce the SCCTC’s Honor Roll list for the second marking period of the 2004-05 school year.
Rhonda Arnold, Adam Belles, Tonya Benjamin, Shelley Benson, Jessica Briar, Kassandra Buckingham, Nathaniel Buckingham, Natasha Burton, Marie Butts, Kim Carey, Bethany Carroll, Crystal Casterline, Amber Clapper, Holly Cobb, Melissa Compton, Malinda Daniels, Amber Darling, Mike Donato, Rebekah Evans, Christy Fassett, Brittany Fike, Shannon George, Angela Greene, Lindsey Grosvenor, Joseph Inman, Broc Jennings, Amanda Jordan, Tiara Kelly, Anne Kimble-Bishop, Jared Kloda, April Lewis, Denise Nogick, Kara O’Malley, Brittany Posten, Jennifer Ransom, Julie Robets, Dawn Rodd, Breanna Sechrist, Tina Shatinsky, Kaitlyn Shinn, Jessie Smoker, Sarah Stanley, Melanie Stark, Casey-Jo Thoman, Chandell Underwood, Leighann Warner, Tina Welch, Alexis Wheeler, Clarissa Wilson, Lida Zionkowski.
Tom Albertson, Michelle Batson, Roxanne Bishop, Leila Blachek, John Brooks, Elise Calkins, Ashley Corbin, Laura Croasdale, Michell Drost, Travis Fassett, Kristin Fredericks, Anthony Fuller, Samantha Furman, Sara Greene, Sara Gregory, Kristina Gunn, Jessica Hannigan, Kyle Hinkley, Aaron Hitchcock, Jeffrey Ivanitch, Stephanie Langer, Brett Lewis, Henry Mast, Andrew Miner, Beverly Miszler, Diann Nogick, Kristina Nye, Daniel Puzo, Brenda Rozell, Lucia Sacco, Samantha Sebjan, Stacey Singer, Brian Slofkosky, Brock Smith, Cassandra Smith, Nicole Snedaker, Rachel Southworth, Amanda Squier, Dustin Squier, Kathleen Talcott, Kayla Taylor, Brooke Thomas, Jason Titus, Joseph Truskolaski, Brian Valvano, Chuck Vullo, Thomas Walker, Jamie Warner, Nicole Warner, Jaimy Watson, Tamra Webb, Ashley Westbrook.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announces the following Students of the Month for February, 2005 for Grades Kindergarten through Sixth.
KINDERGARTEN: Mrs. Leber - Nicole Harris; Mr. Rice - William Stoll; Mrs. Gordon - Evan Cantone; Mrs. Fancher - Danielle DeMaria.
FIRST: Mrs. Tingley - Brook Murphy; Mrs. Rowe - David Baker; Mrs. Davis - Gabrielle Cina; Mrs. Brieden - Ashley Foote.
SECOND: Mrs. Hilling - Brianna Graves; Mrs. Hinkley - Katie Greene; Mrs. Houghton - Dakota Irwin; Mrs. Mazikewich - Brianna Burlingame; Mrs. Burdick - Brittany Swank.
THIRD: Mrs. Steele - Sydney Avery; Mrs. Stone - Joseph DeLaPlaine; Mrs. Heath - Jack DeLaPlaine; Mrs. Soden - Nicholas Hall; Mrs. Rockwell - Austin DeVries.
FOURTH: Mrs. Homer - Troy Maby; Mrs. Fuller - Casey Williams; Mrs. Stanley - Megan Canfield; Mrs. Dubas - Elizabeth Coleman.
FIFTH: Mr. Hall - Vincent Matta; Mrs. Conklin - Emily Conroy; Mr. Presley - Adam Stout; Mrs. Loscig - Christopher Snyder.
SIXTH: Mr. Rezykowski - Nicholas Marco; Mr. Escandel - Ryan Lee; Mrs. Chervanka - Kristen Wentzell; Mrs. Glidden - Shane Wolf.
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