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Elk Lake High School Students of the Montt
Kenneth F. Cuomo, Ed.D., Elk Lake High School Principal, is pleased to announce the following students who were selected as November, 2008 “Students of the Month.”
Pictured (l-r) are: front row – Kenneth F. Cuomo, Ed.D, High School Principal, Kurt Steele, Fleurine Hermand, Heather Edwards, Alissa Petty, Sarah Abate; back row – Brandon Cleveland, Katie Mitchell, Dylan Ellis, Matthew Forba. Absent from photo: Marie Cole.
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.
On December 18, the Mt. View Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization traveled to Keystone College for the Regional Leadership Conference. We spent the day taking tests, touring the Keystone campus and meeting new people. While we were there, we realized how many people shared our interests. Our FBLA chapter had 70 high school students and 30 middle level students (grades 7-8). Out of those who participated, 27 individuals and teams placed.
In fifth place were Erika Lewis in Accounting 2, Andi Mason in Computer Applications, and Brittany Resseguie in Cyber Security. Placing third were the Global Business Team of David Krizauskas, Mike Aherne and Chase McLaud, the Entrepreneurship team of Seth Tiffany, Olivia Zick and Ryan Walsh, the Management Decision Making Team of Josh Pfahl and Jimmy Gething and Brittany Chubirka in Client Service. Our Middle Level students placing fifth were Katie Hartman in Proofreading and Editing, and Kyla Mills in Current Events. In second place, Logan Palmiter in Career Exploration and Chris Hartman in Current Events. First place for the middle level included Jimmy O’Brien in Career Exploration, and Julianna Jarnagin in Proofreading and Editing.
The State Leadership Conference will take place in March in Hershey, PA. The team representing Mt. View is as follows: fourth place were Nate Suchnick in Computer Problem Solving, and Cody Robbins in Technology Concepts. Third place were Beth Kavka in Business Law, Angie Pulice in Help Desk, and Billy Owens in Personal Finance. The second place included Angela Ferrence in Business Calculations, and Sarah Bradley in Economics. First place finishers were David Corbin in Business Law, Jessica Short in Ms. Future Business Leader, Calla Bufford in Computer Applications, Tessa Sheridan in Database Design, Eric Congdon in Technology Concepts, the Network Design Team of Kenny Mason, Kyle Wilkins and Cheyenne Santoriello, and the Parliamentary Procedure Team of Sondra Fallon, Jordan Harvey, Jill Roeske and Daisy Matulevich.
Congratulations to the Mountain View FBLA Middle Level for placing first in the region! Congratulations to those who are continuing on to the State Conference in Hershey. Good Luck!
Several Susquehanna Community High School students received acceptance to the 2009 Regional Scholastics Show, held on Saturday, January 17 at Marywood College.
Junior Kaitlin Callendar received a Silver Key for recognition and a Gold Key for Excellence in the category of Graphic Design. Her poster will advance to National Level.
Junior Megan Garcia received a Silver Key for recognition for her "Call for Entries" poster design.
Junior Kyla Kemmerer was also accepted to the exhibit with her John Lennon Illustration/Design poster. Kyla also recently received one of the prestigious Artists of the Month designations for the calendar year of 2009; look for her headlining spot in the fall. Her winning illustration, along with several runner ups (Kayshia Kruger, Alexandria Dominick and Chelsea Henry) will all be on display at the Times Tribune Building in Scranton for February's First Friday, February 6 from 6-9 p.m. (this is a separate exhibit from the Scholastics at Marywood.)
Senior Molly Edwards was also accepted to the scholastics exhibit, with her winning photograph that was taken as a staff member of yearbook.
This is the first time Susquehanna Community has entered into the Graphic Design Category, and every entry for the category was accepted. The young artists are students of Mrs. Jime Grabowski. In addition to teaching high school, Mrs. Grabowski also is a freelance illustrator/designer and adjuncts at local colleges. She believes these students are exceptional examples of how young people seek modern challenges and can deliver creative solutions in a tech-savy, communication-orientated world as future professionals and creative leaders. You can see the Susky Artroom at: http://www.artroom.jgrabowski.com/.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School announced the “Students of the Month” for December, 2008.
Kindergarten, First, Second, Third
Pictured (l-r) are: row 1 – Rachel Ballard, Bethany Burns, Jacob Downton, Jenna Krall; row 2 – Colin Shanley, Catherine Hugaboom, Alecia Towner, Shania Megivern; row 3 – Matthew Weibel, Bethany Maby, Destini DeLong, Sean Gelineau; row 4 – Chloe Haskins, Eric Lee, Isabella Abruzzo, Jake Peters, Cody Chandler.
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
Pictured (l-r) are: row 1 – Angelica DeLong, Haley Rhone, Taylor Bennett, Madison Canfield; row 2 – Haley Aldrich, Alyssa Hubal, Ashley Meck, Jacob Smith; row 3 – Austin Felter, Nicole Barnes, Jessica Plutino. Absent from photo – William Archambault.
Pictured are the Susquehanna Community High School Students of the Month for December, 2008: Grade 12 – Samantha Neil, Dylan Beamer, Heather Bixby, Chelsea Henry, Alyssa Hutchinson, Justin Lee, Zachary Wignall; Grade 11 – Brandon Stone, Scott Arthur, Donald Cottrell, Garrett Cuevas, Nick Felter; Grade 10 – Brooke Baker, Jordan Boerner, Kacie Chesnick, Steven Skurski, Christine Compton, Kelsey Carmody; Grade 9 – Andrew Burdick, Karlene Cottrell, Jeff Wayman, Stephanie Skurski; Grade 8 – Allen Westbrook, Melissa Kukowski, Dominique Cina, Megan Canfield; Grade 7 – Sydeny Avery, Jack Bradley, Kylan Cohen, Molly Mroz, Delbert Rowlands, Amber Dubanowitz. Absent from photo – Chelsea Henry, Alyssa Hutchinson, Brandon Stone.
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