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A total of 2,068 students were named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2009 semester at Shippensburg University. To be named to the list, a student must achieve a semester grade point average of at least 3.3 on a 4.0 scale. Area students named to the list include: Jared Bradley, Hop Bottom; Sarah Bradley, Hop Bottom; Ashley Wilson, Meshoppen.
Highest Honors, 93 -100: 12th grade - Haley Atkinson, Tyler Butts, Garrett Cuevas, Nicholas Felter, Melinda Fitch, Thomas J. Kelly, Kyla Kemmerer, Alisha Martin, Shawn Norton, Lauren Reddon, David Szili, Andrea Walker; 11th grade - Zachary Baker, Kelsey Carmody, Susan Greene, Sean Leonard, Nicholas Marco, Kyle Napolitano, Timothy Sager, Steven Skurski; 10th grade - Courtney Arthur, Karlene Cottrell, Brandon Deakin, Alexandria Dominick, Brittany Herold, Matthew Hilling, Morgan Ofsharick, Gatanya Sedlock, Stephanie Skurski, Jeffrey Wayman; 9th grade - Kyleigh Fiske, Lindsey Glidden, Melissa Kukowski, Chelsea Matta, Raymond Polak, Ryan Swanson, Andrzej Tomczyk; 8th grade - Dylan Cohen, Jonathan Felter, Mashawna Hargett, Rachel Hubal, Alyssa Jacobs, Richard Pelicci, Micaela Rhone, Alexis Roe, Sarah Serfilippi; 7th grade - Nicole Barnes, Brianna Burlingame, Ivy Christensen, Willard Cobb, Luke Falletta, Ashley Fisk, Jerry Hallisey, Mikayla Hargett, Felicia Hines, Keith Hubal, Brendan Lamb, Tiara Leonard, Adam MacDonald, Tyler Petriello, Anthony Petronaci, Dale Reid, Olivia Rockwell, Brad Sherman, Victoria Sjogren, Justin Stanford, Emily Stark, Daniel Staros, Abigail Stumbo, Taryn Tross.
Honor Roll, 90-92.99: 12th grade - Scott Arthur, Philip Barnes, Kaitlin Callender, Kelly Conklin, Nicole Conklin, Jakilyn DeCicco, Megan Garcia, Ashlee Getter, John Herbert, Shane Hugaboom, Maggie Lawrenson, Roger May, Brandon Stone, Jami Towner; 11th grade - Christine Compton, Basia Polak, Alex Price, Derek Williams, David Winn; 10th grade - Elizabeth Acosta, Daphne Barnes, Rex Fullam, V, Ashley Kapcsandi, Justin Kerber, Brenda Kochmer, Thomas Maby, Sierra McConnell; 9th grade - Brianne Bianco, Megan Canfield, Emily Carmody, Britney Glover, Dylan Haynes, Amanda Marco, Caitlynn O’Dell, Patricia Pauswinski, Chelsea Sparks, Zachary Vaughn, Casey Williams; 8th grade - Sydney Avery, Chelsea Ayres, Nathan Carpenter, Chastity Carvin, John DeLaPlaine, Joseph DeLaPlaine, Amber Dubanowitz, Kyle MacDonald, Lauren Marco, Ashley Miller, Cody Towers; 7 Grade - Shelby Brinton, Kasey Burdick, Susan Chamberlain, Austin Felter, Brianna Graves, Katie Greene, Christian Miller, Sara Perry, William Reddon, Allison Ryder, Anatasia Smith, Shirlynne Wademan, Brianna Williams.
Merit Roll, 85-91.99: 12th grade - Benjamin Case, Courtney Dininny, Eric Fisk, Jair Freire, Brian Glover, Thomas Golka, Courtney Groover, Kortney Kruger, Matthew Leet, Adam Macazan, William Marcinkus, James Marion Jr., Michael Nagel Jr., Courtney Slocum; 11th grade - Brooklynne Baker, Kaitlyn Halesky, Maureen Lawson, Caitlin Miller, Kacey Norris, Paige Payne, Ryan Rosenthal, Robert Skiba, Landrea Stevens, David Vales, Shane Wolf; 10th grade - Aaron Arthur, Tabitha Bibalo, Austin Cowperthwait, Brett Deakin, Timothy Flanagan, Mary Kemmerer, Kristy Monks, Zachary Ord, Elizabeth Seymour, Melissa Valentine, Farrity Zeruth; 9th grade - Brett Archambault, Daniel Biegert, Derek Case, Kali Cennamo, Daniel Cordner, Valerie Hines, Ashley Sweeney, William Terpstra; 8th grade - James Ballard, Jr., Melvin Batson, Kaitlyn Bray, Lindsay Burdick, Nicholas Chamberlain, Nicholas Hall, Matthew Hugaboom, Mollie Mroz, Kaelin Payne, Brandon Rafferty, Cody Rockwell, Brandon Soden, Brittany Swank, Mark Zappe; 7th grade - Lucas Brinton, Jonathan Hilling, Nicole Hines, Mariah LaBar, Alisha Sanborn, Nichole Shay, Martin Swartz, Samantha Yoskowitz.
LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ - Rider University's colleges of Business Administration; Continuing Studies; and Liberal Arts, Education, and Sciences have announced the names of undergraduate students who have been placed on the Dean's List for the fall 2009 semester.
Area Dean's List students are: Carrie Fischer, Hallstead, PA; Ashley Lloyd, Carbondale, PA.
On February 6 at the University of Scranton, in a Scranton Catholic Forensics League Tournament that was limited in size by the snowfall that hit the southern parts of the league, the Elk Lake Forensics Team continued its success in Lincoln-Douglas Debate.
Two Elk Lake debaters brought home trophies in a tournament that consisted of a round robin tournament in which all Lincoln-Douglas debaters in both divisions debated each other.
In Novice Lincoln-Douglas Debate, sophomore Richard Guiton placed second by compiling a three win and one loss record. Those three wins came against debaters from Meyers, Dallas, and Abington
Carissa Stonier was named to the Dean’s List at Misericordia University for the fall 2009 semester. A student qualifies for the Dean’s List with a 3.55 grade point average or higher.
On Friday, January 29, the Blue Ridge Elementary School had a "Team Up to Support Haiti Day." Students, faculty, and staff wore jerseys and t-shirts of their favorite team and donated $1.00 to support the needs in Haiti. The elementary school raised $401.00. The donation will be forwarded to the local American Red Cross. Thank you to all who participated in raising support for those affected by the earthquake in Haiti. Pictured (l-r) above, Mr. Joseph Burchell's third grade class: front - Allie Prusinski, Natasha Johnson, Mary Kerr, Allyssa Johnson, Adam Roe, Matt Glatzel, and Jerry Kelly; back - Josh Goff, Jill Stone, Ashley Mirra, Autumn Perrington, Anna Bonner, Danielle DelLongo, and Jason Colwell.
NEW LONDON, CT - Eric Moss, class of 2010 at Connecticut College and a resident of Forest City, has been named to the Dean's Honors for the 2009 fall semester. Dean's Honors is a recognition for students who have earned a grade point average of at least 3.3.
In Varsity LD Debate, freshman Austin Cohen placed second by compiling a 2 win and 2 loss record. He narrowly edged out teammate Shea Skinner who had the same record but fewer speaker points.
“Even with the limited field, it was still a very good weekend for us. I am happy that we were able to get the rounds in this week,” commented EL Forensics Director Keith Brosious.
On February 12-13, the EL Forensics Team traveled to Pittsburgh to compete at the prestigious Bethel Part Invitational Tournament. They will then compete at the PA High School Speech League District Championship at Bloomsburg University on February 20.
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