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Heather Warneke of Thompson, PA, was one of 15 students inducted into Lambda Pi Eta at Susquehanna University this spring.
Lambda Pi Eta, founded in 1985 at the University of Arkansas, is the official national honor society for the National Communications Associations. Its goals are to recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in communication studies; stimulate interest in the field of communications; and promote and encourage professional development among communication majors.
Susquehanna’s chapter was approved in spring of 2003. Membership is extended to communication majors and minors who have completed 60 credit hours; have a grade point average of at least 3.0, including a grade point average of at least 3.25 in communications classes; and are in the top 35 percent of their class.
The faculty advisor is Dave Kaszuba, associate professor of communications.
Heather is a rising senior studying psychology. A 2004 graduate of Susquehanna Community High School, she is the daughter of Robert and Barbara Warneke.
Following are the Susquehanna Community Elementary School students who earned Perfect Attendance Awards for the 2006-07 school year.
Mrs. Tingley – 1-1: Aaron Babock.
Mrs. Glidden – 1-4: Matthew Perry.
Mrs. Steele – 3-1: Ashley Foote, Tyler Seidel.
Mrs. Stone –3-2: Sean Elliott, Alyssa Hubal, Miranda Rhone.
Mrs. Heath – 3-3: Joseph Sandfort.
Mrs. Soden – 3-4: Kaitlyn Gow.
Mrs. Homer – 4-1: Sara Perry.
Mrs. Fuller – 4-2: Austin Felter, Keith Hubal.
Mr. Hall – 5-1: Trevor Hampton.
Mrs. Conklin – 5-2: Nicholas Acosta, Melvin Batson, Amber Dubanowitz, Jonathan Felter, Micaela Rhone.
Mr. Rezykowski – 6-1: Melissa Kukowski, Ryan Swanson.
Mrs. Chervanka – 6-3: Alycia Cuevas.
A total of 645 Mansfield University undergraduates have been named to the Spring, 2007 Dean’s List and President’s List.
To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must be attending the university full-time and earn at least a 3.50 grade point average. Of the students, 168 were also honored by inclusion on the President’s List. To receive this honor, a student must attain a perfect 4.0 average for the semester. Those students’ names are indicated by an asterisk.
Appearing on the list are the following local students: Alesia Ainey, Kingsley; Kelly Jo Balent, Hop Bottom; Rachael Ballard, Susquehanna; Courtney Grunza, Nicholson; Rachel Hall*, Jackson; Katie Kowalewski, Great Bend; John Madas, Harford; Adam Palmatier, New Milford; Alison Proof, Montrose; Katherine Shuren, Montrose; Kyle Stockholm, Montrose; Kelly Stockholm*, Montrose; Andrew Taylor, New Milford; Emily Teter*, Montrose; David Wert, Nicholson.
Zachary Knott, a junior at Blue Ridge High School was sponsored by the Hallstead-Great Bend American Legion Post 357, to attend Keystone Boys State.
The experience in government was held at Shippensburg University, June 24-29. Zachary was one of first boys that Post 357 sponsored for this event. About 116 boys throughout the state of Pennsylvania, sponsored by area Legions, participated. They studied how the government is run on city and state levels. The boys learned about Parliamentary Procedure following Robert's Rules of Order. They also learned about leadership through Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People/Teens. A governor, lt. governor, and other officers were elected. They also spent a day at the capitol.
Two boys were selected as senators to attend Boys Nation in Washington, DC in July. It was a great experience.
Zachary is the son of David and Valorie Knott and the brother of Emily, of Hallstead. He is currently fourth in his class and active in the National Honor Society, Pride Club, Student Council, and has been listed for three years in Who's Who Among America's High School Students.
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