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Following is the Mountain View Elementary School Honor Roll for the second marking period of the 2006-07 school year.
GRADE 4: Sabrina Bolado, Bradley Compton, Matthew Cowan, Sydney Domaracki, Delaney Esslinger, Nikolas Estabrook,Sabrina Fallon, Keegan Ficarro, Ariana Gabriel, Hope Grover, Lindsey Hanas, Kyle Heide, Annie Johnson, Traci Kromko, Ryan Lavin, Lindsey Leschak, Hayley Maloney, Robert Perry, Alyssa Royce, Paige Spencer, Mason Suhadolnik, Christian Tomaino, Emily Tracy, Allison Virbitsky, Lauren Wallis, Thomas Ware, Makenna Whitaker, Sunny Wilder.
GRADE 5: Andrew Adams, Dylan Bean, Paul Chichura, Aubrey Daniels, Zachariah Feduchak, Mark Fontana, Kerry Gaynor,Cheyenne Griffin, Katelyn Hartman, Jacob Heller, Matt Heller, Julianna Jarnagin, Nicholas Jarrow, Jillian Kochmer, Alyssa Kress, Kassandra Lamberson, Peter Maloney, Samantha McWhirr, Matthew Mecca, Ashley Nichols, Sarah Nichols, Alexis Oakley, Mikaela Phillips, Tyler Salak, Nicholas Schermerhorn, Chad Wescott, Brandon Zentmyer.
GRADE 6: Cheyenne Back, Misty Barlow, BJ Beeman, Alicia Belch, Paige Belcher, Gabel Bell ,Elizabeth Black, Shannon Bollard, Rebakah Brown, Krista Chidester, Tyler Chidester, Ashley Davidson, Owen Flannery, Nathan Goodenough, Alexis Hancock, Sarah Hosie, Kerri Jarnagin, Lucas Jodon, Molly Keogh, Marshall Kupinski, Raven Lyndon, Erin McHale, Caroline Miller, Brad Pfahl, Veronica Robbins, Jordan Roeske, Nicholas Sabuacak, Matthew Shipsky, Victoria Sterling, Kelsey Twining, Katie Valentine, Stephanie Virbitsky, TylerWalsh, Molly Williams.
Students from the region covered by the Susquehanna County Transcript qualified for induction into the Spring, 2006 National Honor Roll. Qualifying for the honor were: Daniel S. Boughton, Jr., Lanesboro; Jonathan Eddy, Montrose; Craig R. Hubal, Thompson; Hannah Price, Susquehanna; Ryan White, Susquehanna.
The Elk Lake Forensics Team continued to rack up the trophies at the Blue, Maroon, and White Forensics Tournament, the oldest and largest one-day forensics tournament in the state, at Shikellamy High School in Sunbury on January 27.
EL Forensics Team Member Brad Flower – second in Extemp Commentary at Blue, Maroon, and White Tournament at Shikellamy HS.
Senior Brad Flower led the team by advancing from the preliminary rounds to Finals in Extemporaneous Commentary.
In a Final round of six competitors, Flower placed second to Joe Cabral, who beat Flower in Finals at LaSalle two weeks ago, from Danville High School.
In Student Congress, junior Max McKeon placed seventh, just out of the trophies.
The team traveled to Pennsbury High School in Fairless Hills on February 2-3 to compete at the Pennsbury Falcon Invitational, one of the largest invitational tournaments in PA this year.
Mr. Charles Pirone, Elementary Principal at the Elk Lake School is pleased to announce the January, 2007 Student of the Month Award winners.
Pictured (l-r) are: first row – Trevor Saxon, Riley Hinkley, Ashley Steele, Kasey Warner; second row – Brandon Rogers, Lauren Vermeulen, Bethany Fuller, Ryan Keough, Joseph Dileo. Absent from photo: Emily Forba.
Students in third and fourth grades were selected by their homeroom teachers. Students may be selected as student of the month from four different areas. Those four areas are academic achievement, attendance, citizenship and most improved.
Elk Lake is proud of their students and congratulates them for their accomplishments.
Kenneth F. Cuomo, Ed.D., Elk Lake High School Principal is pleased to announce the following students who were selected as December, 2006 Students of the Month. Pictured (l-r) are: front row – Brandy McCarey, Priscilla Ceccoli, Katie Hunting; back row – Dr. Kenneth Cuomo, High School Principal, Alissa Petty, Josh Rogers, Shane Caines, Alison Kwader. Absent from photo: Kyle Singer. Students of the month are selected by nominations of any student in grades 10 – 12 by a teacher for outstanding achievement. The student 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.
Mrs. Alice M. Davis, Vocational Director of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center, is pleased to announce that twelve members of the SCCTC chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will attend the 2007 Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference April 30 – May 2 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center, Hershey, PA.
Pictured (l-r) are: sitting – Jasmine Goodman, Jen Oakes, Marissa Bertram, Karyn Hunsinger; standing – Mrs. Lisa Smith (advisor), Desiree Laudeman, Max McKeon, Justin Sirbak, Jeff Madrak, Matt Wallikas, Jehiel Boner, Mr. Daniel McGrath (advisor).
During the conference, the SCCTC students will compete with representatives from other PA chapters for top honors in Accounting I, Jen Oakes; Accounting II, Jasmine Goodman and Justin Sirbak; Job Interview, Marissa Bertram; Public Speaking II, Karyn Hunsinger; Business Procedures, Matt Wallikas; Spreadsheet Applications, Desiree Laudeman; Intro to Technology Concepts, Jeff Madrak and Jehiel Boner; and Cyber Security, John Domasiewicz, Dan Copes and Max McKeon.
At the awards ceremony, the American Red Cross, recipient of this year’s State Project, will be given a monetary contribution to be used towards the organization’s programs in PA. Other highlights of the conference include individual, chapter, and team competitive events relating to business skills and leadership.
The FBLA is a national career and technical student organization whose mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. The members of the SCCTC chapter are a part of the PA membership of approximately 13,600 in nearly 290 schools.
Megan Fae Clough has completed the first half of her junior year at Penn State. This was her first semester at the main campus of University Park, State College, PA. Megan has been on the Dean's List every semester, with a GPA for this most recent semester of 3.93, and continues her endeavors towards her goal of completing her training as a teacher, majoring in Special Education. She is the daughter of Thomas and Lavern Clough, Hallstead.
California University of Pennsylvania announced its Dean’s List for the 2006 fall semester, recognizing students for their outstanding academic achievements. William F. Liepinis, Susquehanna, attained a grade point average between 3.25 - 3.49 and was named to the Honors list.
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