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Mr. Charles Pirone, Elementary Principal of the Elk Lake School is please to announce the April, 2008 student of the month award winners.
Pictured (l-r) are; first row – Dalton Sherman, Cassie Noble, Chase Orlandini, Billy Reimard, Montana Cole, Katie Bennett, Alayna Doolittle, James Heft; second row- Sean Acker, Emily Podminick, Ali Canfield, Lexi Baker, Dakota Shafer, Jesse Gouin, Travis Tucker. Absent from photo: Deven Weldon.
Students in fourth, fifth and sixth 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.
Elk Lake Junior High School principal Brain Mallery has announced the March, 2008 Students of the Month for grades seven through nine. Pictured (l-r) are: seated – Amanda Silfee, Austin Madill, McKenzi Moon, Cathlene Farnelli, Kirsten Hollister; standing – Isaish Ofalt, Jared Curry, Jessica Prevost, Junior High Principal Mr. Brian Mallery, Paul Cron, Dan Daly, C.J. Bevan.
Following is the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center Honor Roll for the third marking period of the 2007-2008 school year.
HIGH HONORS: Laura Alexander, Melody Anderson, Robert Barziloski, Kelly Beichler, Brittany Bender, Jessica Berger, Ashley Blewett, Jack Bolyard, Nicolette Canfield, Katelynn Chambers, Silas Chance, Karrin Collins, Amanda Conklin, Thomas Dimichele, Monica Dommes, Brittany Donnelly, Heather Ely, Leighanna Fassett, Suzanne Fauver, Sara Folk, Britney Giberson, Nicole Gillingham, Jarrod Hall, Samantha Hallock, Tella Ann Hazen, Andrew Henry, Brooke Hunsinger, Eduardo Jimenez-Ruiz, Stephen Johnson, Amanda Keough, Amanda Kingdon, Randi Ladner, David Latwinski, Nicole Levensailor, Yevonne Long, Brittany McGraw, Emily Mead, Tasha Newell, Erin Nolan, Alycia Pascoe, Alissa Petty, Jessie Porth, Ian (Darrell) Posey, Caleb Prentice, Sarah Proof, Joshua Ralston, Laura Rehfeldt, Ashley Repa, Jennifer Ricci, Chelsey Saam, Cory Simon, Stephanie Sobiech, Alyssa Sprout, Justine Triebel, Jamie Troutman, Liberty VanKuren, Jaclyn Vaow, Alicia Walker, Thomas Walker, Alicia Wenzel.
HONOR ROLL: Amber Allen, Robert Applegate, Nicole Atkinson, Alexander Bennett, Cassie Benscoter, Chantelle Betcher, Kyle Blaisure, Kayla Bowman, Marie Cole, Riana Darrow, David Deacon, Christopher Demchak, Heather Edwards, Cody Ellis, Jessie Erickson, Jessica Farr, Lauren Ferry, Simon Frailey, Uti Galu-Edgar, Kayla Garren, Heather Glover, Robert Glover, Holly Goodwin, Diana Greene, Matthew Gumaer, Sharon Hatzis, Felicia Helbing, Brandy Helbing, Curtis Herbert, Sage Hofmeister, Benjamin House, Katherine Hunting, Amber Jones, Cortney Keiper, Jessica Keller, Arielle Kovalick, Abdelilah Lebdaoui, Joseph Lewis, Stacie Littman, Ali Lynch, Beau Marshall, Brandy McCarey, Brittney McDonough, Chelsea Naples, Marissa Newhall, Michael Nicolette, III, Nichole Nielsen, Jessica Nusbaum, Leeann Peck, April Petroski, Bradley Powers, Cassandra Race, Richard Rhodes, Joshua Rogers, Shara Salata, Kenneth Scro, Jonathon Short, Dustin Simpson, Brady Stark, Valerie Swetter, Cody Taylor, Megan Teetsel, Kyle Traver, Danielle Uronis, Elizabeth Vibbard, Kodie Warring, Tyler White, Sindy Yoskowitz, Anthony Young.
Alice M. Davis, Administrative Director of the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center (SCCTC), is proud to announce the SCCTC “Students of the Month” for March, 2008. Pictured (l-r) are: Curtis Herbert, Andrea Ormes, Michael Spencer, Brittney McDonough, Blair Smith, Chelsey Saam, Jessie Erickson, Brittney Owen, Anthony Young, and Alice M. Davis. Absent from photo: Justine Triebel, Kayla Payne.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announced the "Students of the Month" for April, 2008.
Kindergarten, First, Second, Third
Pictured (l-r) are: row 1 – Joseph Roney, Brianna Wallace, Jaycie Conklin, Austin Groover; row 2 – Katy Gladstone, Walter White, Destini DeLong, Timothy Towers; row 3 – Bruce DeRosier, Darren Wallace, Chelsea Bush, Tristan Megivern, Eric Lee; row 3 – Jonathan Edwards, Garret Grausgruber, Annabelle DiNoto, Lacee Hodge. Absent from photo: Harley Williams.
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
Pictured (l-r) are: row 1 – Michael Pelicci, Marissa Hodge, Kasandra Welch, Alycia Reynolds; row 2 – Sean Branning, Brianna Williams, Dakota Irwin; row 3 – Nicholas Hall, Chastity Carvin, Victoria Trynoski, Ronald Welch. Absent from photo: Brandon Ferrante, Samantha Yoskowitz.
Colleen Haley has been selected to join 240 leaders representing many high schools from throughout central and northeast Pennsylvania at the Central Pennsylvania Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar (HOBY) from May 15-18 at Millersville University.
Representing Mountain Jr./Sr. High School at the Central PA HOBY seminar, Colleen Haley is the daughter of Charles and Melody Haley of Dundaff.
For the past 50 years, HOBY Leadership Seminars have brought together select groups of high school sophomores to interact with groups of distinguished leaders in business, government, and education to discuss present and future issues in an enthusiastic learning environment.
HOBY was established by the veteran actor Hugh O'Brian following a visit to Africa, where he was inspired by a meeting with Dr. Albert Schweitzer. Says O'Brian, "HOBY's goal is to seek out, recognize, and develop outstanding leadership potential among our nation's youth."
Further information about HOBY activities and sponsorship opportunities is available by visiting HOBY at www.hoby.org or www.centralpahoby.org.
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