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OSWEGO, NY - Matt Markarian of Hallstead, a senior secondary education major, has been named to the Deans' List for the spring, 2009 semester at SUNY Oswego. To be included on the Deans' List, students must have a semester grade average of 3.30 to 3.79.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announced the following students who made the Honor or High Honor Roll for the 4th Marking Period of the 08-09 school year.
Grade 4: high honor roll - Evan Cantone, Slone Chandler, Garret Grausgruber, Kassandra Hall, Jessica Lamb, Chad Lee, Saige Perry, Karina Polak; honor roll - John Abruzzo, Holden Aylesworth, Taylor Bennett, Austin Chisek, Marisa Conklin, August Cotter, Annabelle DiNoto, Alexia Presley, Lauren Soden, Tyler Towers, Hunter Vaughn, Skyler Voege, Alexandria Warring, Kathryn Woodruff.
Grade 5: high honor roll - Daniel Braun, Cori Glidden, Alyssa Hubal, Miranda Rhone, Nathanyl Smith; honor roll - Haley Aldrich, Michael Armitage, John Ball, Jr., Abby Burdick, Breanna Bushong, Taylor Cook-Kelly, Donna Jo Decker, Ashley Foote, Kaitlyn Gow, Samantha Irwin, Marissa McConnell, Michael Pelicci, Jessica Plutino, Tyler Seidel, Rachel Serfilippi, Nicole Sherman, Jessica Staros, Brandon Stauffer, Daniel Yi.
Grade 6: high honor roll - Brianna Burlingame, Ivy Christensen, Willard Cobb, Keith Hubal, Brendan Lamb, Tiara Leonard, Adam MacDonald, William Reddon, Dale Reid, Olivia Rockwell, Brad Sherman, Justin Stanford; honor roll - Nicole Barnes, Shelby Brinton, Kasey Burdick, Haley Christianson, Luke Falletta, Austin Felter, Ashley Fisk, Katie Greene, Jerry Hallisey, Mikayla Hargett, Jonathan Hilling, Felicia Hines, Dakota Irwin, Shawn Martin, Christian Miller, Sara Perry, Tyler Petriello, Anthony Petronaci, Allison Ryder, Victoria Sjogren, Anastasia Smith, Emily Stark, Taryn Tross, Samantha Yoskowitz.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announced the following students who received Presidential Education Awards and Perfect Attendance Awards for the 08-09 school year.
Educational Excellence: Willard Cobb, Keith Hubal, Brendan Lamb, Tiara Leonard, William Reddon, Olivia Rockwell, Brad Sherman and Justin Stanford.
Academic Effort: Nicole Barnes, Brianna Burlingame, Ivy Christensen, Luke Falletta, Austin Felter, Mikayla Hargett, Felicia Hines, Dakota Irwin, Adam MacDonald, Tyler Petriello, Anthony Petronaci, Dale Reid, Allison Ryder, Anastasia Smith, Emily Stark and Samantha Yoskowitz.
Perfect Attendance: Harlee Burns, Shania Megivern, Leah Reyes, Kailye Towner, Christopher Ayres, Griffin Payne, Kaylin Trynoski, Saige Perry, Jessica Lamb, Alyssa Hubal, Miranda Rhone, Nicole Sherman and Austin Felter.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announced the “Students of the Month” for May, 2009 for grades K-6.
Kindergarten, First, Second, Third
Pictured above (l-r) are: row 1 - James Clark, Rylea Groover, Cody Orner, Trent Smith, Brandon Martin; row 2 - Samantha Voege, Geena Miller, Alexis Macazan, Airyll Rockwell; row 3 - Cierra Cotter, Bailey Reed, Gavin Tanner, Paige O’Hara; row 4 - Shaun Anderson, Kathryn McDonald, Rhiannon Wulff, Griffin Payne.
Forth, Fifth, Sixth
Pictured (l-r) are: row 1 - Jack Avery, Jennifer McEwen, Saige Perry, Shania Fox; row 2 - Zachary Collins, Michael Armitage, Alyssa Rockwell, DJ Decker; row 3 - Kasey Burdick, Brianna Graves, Ivy Christensen.
Susquehanna Community High School is proud to announce the Students of the Month for April, 2009.
7th grade: James Ballard, Lindsey Burdick, Richard Delaney, Joseph DeLaPlaine, Amber Dubanowitz, Cody Rockwell; 8th grade: Doug Bishop, Ben Elliott, Lindsey Glidden, Amberly Warner; 9th grade: Elizabeth Acosta, Ashley Ballard, Karlene Cottrell, Thomas Maby, Morgan Ofsharick, Toni Testa, Jeff Wayman; 10th grade: Nick Marco, Kyle Napolitano, Kacey Norris, Amanda Roth; 11th grade: Haley Atkinson, Kaitlin Callendar, Thomas Golka, John Herbert, Kyla Kemmerer, Kayla Valentine; 12th grade: Brittany Heller, Ashley Stein, Jeff Williams.
NORRISTOWN, PA - The Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School announced the graduation of the first high school class in the history of one of the first cyber charter schools established in Pennsylvania.
“There is an historic note to the achievement of the first graduates of the Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School,” said Sheldon Thorpe, president of the Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School Board of Trustees and a pioneer PAVCS parent enrolled since the school’s creation in 2001. “This graduation marks the accomplishment of a goal the Board defined when establishing the school in 2001 of becoming a comprehensive K-12 school.”
This year marks the first graduation for the Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School, which began with about 700 students in grades K-2. PAVCS is now a comprehensive K-12 school offering differentiated instruction in regular education and special education programs to more than 3,500 students and this year hails graduates from 42 counties. As the premiere public cyber charter school in Pennsylvania, PAVCS has consistently posted the best combined scores of all cyber charter schools on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment.
Graduation ceremonies were held June 1 at Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort, Hidden Valley, PA and June 3 at the Willow Valley Resort and Conference Center, Lancaster, PA. During the ceremonies, the representatives of the senior class acknowledged the class gift of a $350 donation to the “Make A Wish Foundation” in the name of PAVCS third-grader Khrystian Fuhrman who passed away this school year from heart failure.
“This commencement exercise recognizes the real time and the real efforts of the educational partners in our unique Diamond Model of Partnership,” said Joanne Jones Barnett, CEO of the Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School. “It is owned by the students and their parents and academic coaches who made many sacrifices to participate in the PAVCS model of choice in public education. Our graduates share this moment with their homeroom teachers, family support coordinators, guidance counselors and other adults who have played a part in the metamorphosis from child to young adult.”
The PAVCS Diamond Model Partnership is a collaborative partnership integrating parents, teachers, family support coordinators and K12 Inc. © curriculum, ensuring all PAVCS students reach their full academic and social potential. This partnership has resulted in PAVCS posting the highest overall scores of all of the state’s cyber charter schools on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, the state’s standardized test related to No Child Left Behind.
Susquehanna County graduates of The Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School are
Angelea Shelp and Mackenzie Wright.
Close to 900 students received their degrees from Luzerne County Community College at the 41st annual Commencement exercises Thursday, May 28, at the Wachovia Arena. The following area students received degrees.
Associate in Applied Science: Tami Leigh Glover, Susquehanna; Suzann Melissa Paul, Union Dale; Teresa Margaret Stinavage, Thompson.
Associate in Science: Eileen Joy Birchard, Montrose; Sarah Lynn Krause, New Milford; Eileen Theresa Sheare, Union Dale.
Certificate of Specialization: Darrell James McGinness, Jackson.
At the close of the commencement ceremony, held on May 28, 2009, 1,307 students received associate degrees, specialized diplomas and certificates from Northampton Community College, topping the previous record of 1,286.
To accommodate the large number of graduates, the College held commencement ceremonies in both January and May. The following area students graduated: Laureen Otasevic of Hallstead, receiving a Specialized Diploma; Samantha Haley of Susquehanna receiving an Associate in Applied Science.
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