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Anthony Rusnak, Forest City Regional High School Principal, announced the Honor Roll for the fourth marking period of the 2007-08 school year.
GRADE 7: Kirsten Bailey, Kylie Besz, Kylie Borick, Tyler Daniels, Kiana Marcho, Megan Marcinkus, Stephanie Ramos, Morgan Saul, Benjamin Terry.
GRADE 8: Courtney Andrews, Katherine DeMark, Phylicia Galvin, Kelsey Glavich, Richard J. Kresock, Sarah Kubus, Kristine Kuriger, Jenna Lucchesi, Jennifer Natishak, Brian Nebzydoski, Kathleen Piatkowski, Tania A. Pollard, Nicole Reider, Justin Rieman, Taylor-Ray Tammero, Katie Zefran.
GRADE 9: Andrea Burleigh, Cheyenne Darrenkamp, Summer Demcevski, Cassie Erdmann, Hope Hoanzl, Shauna O’Reilly, Dominick Sparks, Kevin Swartz, Jenna Tasso, Matthew Terry, Cree Townsend.
GRADE 10: Lyle Foster, Benjamin Paul, Andrew Salvi, Kaitlyn Schott, Jordan Underwood, Donald Yestrepsky.
GRADE 11: Ryan Baron, Jessica Butler, Brianna Demchak, Holly Demianovich, Kelsey Logar, Chelsea Lucchesi, Kristen Majdic, David Moss, Jacklyn Smith, Cassidy Strickland, Joseph Terry, Kelsey Trichilo.
GRADE 12: Ashley Hofer, Christina Kane, Marc A. Kilmer, Christopher Nebzydoski, Amber Sauls, Matthew Silfee.
GRADE 7: Kayla Cangialosi, Samantha Carey, Craig Chapple, Tiffany Davis, Vincent DeLucy, Jacob Fedak, Alicia Giresi, Megan Mauro, Nicolette Murray, Katherine Pecko, Alyssa Peters, Brittany Rutledge, Drew Stark, David Supko, Bridget Terry.
GRADE 8: Emily Baileys, Maria Bostjancic, Rose Campbell, Brian Carpenter, David Durko, Logan Fitzsimmons, Elizabeth Heller, Jade Kull, Joseph Munifo, Demetrius Pease, Madison H. Schott, Dana Statkun, Seth Thomas.
GRADE 9: Alysa Borick, Adam Dix, Sarah Forsette, Jessica Gigliotti, Nicole Guzzi, Lauren Marcinkus, Shannon Novak, Tyler Parente, Brianna Pavolone, Amy Saam, Jessica Strickland, Andrew A. Trivisonno. Bernard Zembrzycki.
GRADE 10: Eric Graebner, Jessica Herbst, Debra Himko, Chelsea Jubinsky, Nicholas Lowry, Justin Merrigan, Rosamond Murray, James Tasso.
GRADE 11: Paige Baron, Amanda Cino, Justin Debevec, Lindsey Dragwa, Cheryl Hunsberger, Megan Jones, Wade Malicky, Cheryl Pantzar, Michael Pasternak, Jason Rieman, Christopher Rowe, Kenneth Saul, Ian White.
GRADE 12: Michael Davies, Christine Guzzi, Dustin Jubinsky, Danielle Nebzydoski, Armando Reo, Adam Salvi, Briana Salvi, Chelsea Soltus, Coty Soltus, Thomas Yale.
The following students from Susquehanna County have been named to the spring, 2008 Dean’s List at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Students achieve Dean’s List status when they are full-time (12 or more credits) with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher.
Susquehanna County students earning the honor are: Laura Jean Curtis, Forest City; Bridget L. Nowik, Montrose; Ashley May Roberts, Forest City; Christopher Thomas Stanis, Friendsville.
De Sales University named Kevin Lee of Susquehanna to its Dean's List for the Fall Semester, 2007 and for the Spring Semester, 2008. To receive this distinction, students must have taken no fewer than 12 semester hours for credit and attained a grade point average of 3.25 or better. Kevin, a graduate of Susquehanna Community High School, is entering his senior year at De Sales University pursuing a degree in Political Science. He is the son of David and Susan Lee.
Families from across Susquehanna County are now better prepared to face those first school year jitters, thanks to their participation in a special program called T.A.P.S., or Transition Activities for Parents and Students. The free program was open to those with children starting school for the first time in the fall.
Pictured are participants in this year’s Transition Activities for Parents and Students program.
Eleven families from four school districts participated in T.A.P.S, which met two times a week for three weeks at Susquehanna Community Elementary School. During each session, children participated in classroom activities with early learning teachers, while their parents met with special facilitators. Parent sessions touched on everything from using home materials as teaching tools to parenting issues, such as discipline.
Everything wrapped up July 3 with an outdoor picnic, celebrating the successful completion of the program.
T.A.P.S. would not have been possible without the support of all six area school districts in Susquehanna County, including the host location, Susquehanna Community School District. Area teachers and parenting experts also took time out of their summer schedules to help make the pilot year a success.
CARES is dedicated to enhancing the quality of early education in Susquehanna County. The agency promotes Pennsylvania’s Promise for Children because every child is Pennsylvania’s future.
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