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Following is the Mt. View High School second marking period Honor Roll for the 2006-07 school year.
GRADE 7: Tess Berish, Jeffrey Bishop, Allison Davis, Tabitha Flowers, Michaela Gates, Anthony Gaynor, Brian Goble, Joseph Jarrow, Shannon Kavetski, David Kern, Angelica Kester, Jennifer Kochmer, Ryan Lahnemann, Stephen Landis, Elizabeth Lockwood, Liam Maloney, Melinda Miller, Kelly Purdy, Alixandria Taylor, John Valentine, Michael Wakalowski.
GRADE 8: Gregory Adams, Thor Banks, Andrea Beeman, Barbara Bennett, Alaney Berish, Taylor Brainard, Adam Conklin, Karch Frantz, Aaron Goodenough, Christopher Herman, Carly Jesse, James Johnson, Michael Keogh, Samantha Knowlton, Alexandria Lynn, Logan Mack, Julie Madas, Daniel McWhirr, Michael Mikloiche, Anthony Miller, Brian Miller, Christopher Powers, Michael Purdy, Brittany Resseguie, Jillian Roeski, Kristen Shuster, Mary Skurnowicz, Kalena Williams, Olivia Zick.
GRADE 9: Alena Beeman, Ravi Figgles, Sarah Germain, Colleen Haley, Cody Horrocks, Luke Jenkins, Codie Jones, Jacqueline Kochmer, Cory Landes, Elaine Mackey, Jonathan McBride, Kelly Morgan, Jeffrey Salak, Leah Tantanella, Seth Tiffany, Katherine Webster, Sean Whitaker.
GRADE 10: Elaine Arsenault, Shawnna Benedict, Darlene Bloxham, Calla Bufford, Jamie Buzzerd, Justin Cerra, Michael Conklin, David Corbin, Bryce Edwards, Angela Ferrence, Michaelene Gongliewski, Joseph Harvey, Misty Karhnak, Richard Keogh, Michelle Lahnemann, Alexandra Laske, Scott Martens, Macy Matthews, Daisy Matulevich, Brittany McGraw, Chase McLaud, William Merritt, Brandon Miller, Victoria Novajosky, Michael Oakley, William Owens, Alexander Pashchuk, Joshua Pfahl, Brian Robinson, Amanda Schmidt, Jessica Short, Suzanne Skurnowicz, Zakkary Snedeker, Melissa Sohns, Donald Tantanella, Shelbey Twining, Sarah Walker, Jacqueline Wayman, Colleen Whitaker, Mariah White.
GRADE 11: Alecia Beeman, Maura Bocan, Allison Bodt, Michael Brown, Alisha Burgess, Krystal Chubirka, Dale Fisher, Christian Fry, Jr., Kelly Griffin, Kyle Holgate, Joshua Jarnagin, Brittany Kozlowski, Patrick Lambert, Amanda Leach, Brian Lockwood, Amanda Makosky, Zachary Matulevich, Matthew Morgan, Justin Moser, Andrew Nichols, Wade Nordahl, Justine Pevec, Matthew Powers, Kelly Rafferty, Kendra Rafferty, Kristin Repchick, Nicole Rhodes, Jennifer Roberts, Casey Schweppenheiser, Ashlee Sherman, Megan Shipsky, Marc Taylor, Justina Wadge, A'Leia Weida, Christina Zick.
GRADE 12: Sarah Bishop, Melinda Chidester, Phillip Cicco, Melissa Compton, John Corbin, Misty Cronk, Kyle Davidson, David Evans, Tiffany Fancher, Julio Faramelli, Diipali Figgles, Meghan Gardoski, Derek Gelormini, Steven Gillman, Kenneth Jesse, Robert Johnson, Kyle Kilmer, Jessica Kimble, Chad Lasher, Jaclyn McCawley, Kristin Mugrauer, Julie Novak, Adam Oakley, Jeffrey Oakley, Joanna Pacek, Matthew Potter, Steven Resseguie, Joseph Scanlon, Hilary Shinn, Jordan Shugart, Brendan Smith, Melanie Smith, Nicholas Stoud, Lucas Tantanella, Amanda Tyler, Adam Walker, Bethany Zablotsky.
Two teams of fifth grade students at Blue Ridge Elementary School recently participated in the 18th annual Pennsylvania Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl competition. The 16 students were required to answer rapid-fire questions on a computer. The 100 multiple-choice questions covered a multitude of categories from classroom academics, to current events and fun trivia.
Pictured is Team 1 (in alphabetical order): Adam Collins, Samantha Frailey, Bethany Krug, Curtis Mills, Joshua Potter, Devon Randall, Ethan Robinson, Abagael Rudock.
Pictured is Team 2 (in alphabetical order): Elizabeth Conklin, Caroline Davis, Kara Empett, Austin French, Craig Mills, Michelle Norton (absent from photo), Mark Oakley.
The team practiced from the beginning of January until the competition date of January 30. The students’ top score was 11,141 points and 87% correct. This placed the team 12th out of all the Pennsylvania participants. The winning score was 1,205. The contest has proven to be a valuable learning experience for students, and Blue Ridge is proud of their efforts.
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