Mr. Marc Weisgold, Elementary Principal at the Elk Lake School, is pleased to announce the February, 2021 Student of the Month Award winners. Students in Kindergarten through 6th grade were selected by their homeroom teachers.
Pictured (l-r) are: first row - Savanna Stewart, Lyla Hibbard; second row - Mackenzie Corter, Makayla Allen, Timothy Fassett; third row - Charlee Guiton, Damian Jones, Lyndan Williams; fourth row - Kolton Forkal, Aspen Bach, Raelynn Perez; fifth row - Trevor Griffiths, Kylee Magdin, Nicholas Manley.
Pictured (l-r) are: first row - Lydia Howell, Eli Robinson, Courtney Kinney; second row - Kendalynn McMicken, Jitt Snyder, Clayton Bartholomew; third row - Elliot Moreck, Jordan Rohan, Izabella Schaeffaer; fourth row - Chase Pond, Aleece Greenley, Kylee Pond; fifth row - Cora Jayne, Benson Holley, Lola Demchack.
Elk Lake is proud of their students and congratulates them for their accomplishments.
Madison Baker, daughter of Gina Felice, was named as this year's recipient of the DeWitt Family Healthcare Scholarship.
This scholarship is fully funded by Dr. Warren DeWitt and his family, in the hopes to inspire local students from the Susquehanna Community to follow their dreams in a healthcare related field. These students must be committed to attending either SUNY Broome or Binghamton University.
Madison is currently a senior at Susquehanna Community High School. She has been very active in the school community by participating in a variety of sports such as football cheerleading and basketball cheerleading. She is also an active participant in the Yearbook Committee and Student Council. Madison is an outstanding student and excellent role model for students at Susquehanna Community.
Madison plans on attending SUNY Broome in the fall studying in the Health Sciences program. Her future goal is to receive her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. Through this scholarship, all of Madison's tuitions and college fees will be paid in full.
Thank you to the DeWitt family for their continued support and generosity to our students at Susquehanna Community.
Congratulations to Madison and Best Wishes for a successful future ahead.
Several Mountain View High School Jazz Band students attended the virtual PMEA District 9 Jazz Day on Saturday, April 10th. Hosted by Mr. Mason Stiver and Mrs. Jamie Bottger, of Mountain View, this day included time spent with professional jazz musicians from around the United States including Pennsylvania, Florida, Indiana and New York. Instrumental students worked with Nestor Torres from Puerto Rico on improvising over a Latin style groove. Vocal students learned how to care for their voice as they sing and arranged songs into a jazz style. The students representing Mountain View included Lilly Harvey, Andrew McHenry, Shannon Toolan and Megan Zipprich.
The following is a list of the Susquehanna Community Elementary students who received a Reading Achievement Award for the 3rd Quarter of the 2020-2021 school year. A student must maintain an A average (93-100) for the quarter in order to receive this award.
Mrs. Krause – 1-1: Brian Burke, Makayla Butts, Keller Doyle, Kerry Doyle, Sadie Skiba, Ava Valenti, Trison Valenti.
Mrs. Downton – 1-2: Bray Dibble, Caleb Ferra, Jase Nitterour, Troy Soden, Karina Stone.
Mr. Maurer – 1-3: Bronson Ace, Kadence Boman, Chase Burke, Fiona Carpenter, Harper Dubas, Viktor Vales.
Mrs. Stanley – 2-1: Molly MacDonald, Sawyer Mazikewich, Dakota Norris, Evan Payne, Rhea Straway.
Mrs. Hinkley – 2-2: Ava Butts.
Mrs. Whitney – 2-3: -NONE-
Mrs. Steele – 3-1: Roryanna Dandois, Lola Mills, Hunter Wolf.
Mrs. Stone – 3-2: Kelcie Bills.
Ms. Testa – 3-3: Briana Burke.
Ms. Grausgruber – 4-1: Cora Harcar.
Mrs. Burdick – 4-2: Leah Taylor.
Mrs. Hilling – 4-3: -NONE-
Mrs. Conklin – 5th Grade: Jacob Arzouian, Jasmine Bills, Erica Brown, Kiera Burke, Macie Komula, Izabella McCrone, Skylar Phonechanh, Caedon Stone.
Mrs. Glidden – 6th Grade: Jeffrey Benson, Brooklyn Cook, Piper Heller, Madison Watt.
Following is the Mountain View Jr. Sr. High School 3rd Period Honor Roll for the 2020-21 school year.
7th Grade: Hudson Bain, Aiden Beavers, Ian Briechle, Jacob Ficarro, Corinne Flynn, Addison Kilmer, Sean Larkin, Cooper Lopatofsky, Richard Masters, Mayson McAndrew, Breanna Perini, Amber Price, Rory Shea, Brianna Smith, Caroline Symuleski, Joel Tigue, Joshua Tigue, Seth Wallace, Madeline Yachymiak.
8th Grade: Brooklyn Anderson, Lacey Ball, Kylie Barhite, Paige Barnes, Michael Beach, Zayandre Bradford, Christina Denney, Chelsea Empet, Rachel Evans, Keeley Flynn, Jackson Gesford, Nicholi Grisafi, Luke Harvatine, Tanner Holtsmaster, Ryleigh Kilmer, Kylee Kozloski, Payton Lord, Coralynn McHenry, Molly McLaud, Caleb Moher, Aiden Norton, Jacob Ofalt, Adam Polovitch, Jarret Pratt, Madelyn Resseguie, Mikayla Sansky, Miriam Sedlak, Paige Smith, Riley Turner, Robert Wallace, Anya Yasnovitch, Luke Zipprich.
9th Grade: Brandon Alvord, Noah Barnes, Daniel Belcher, Logan Dick, Joshua Fanelli, Carissa Flynn, Holly Harvatine, Vanessa Harvey, Joseph Heller, Camryn Hicks, Rachel Hunter, Riley Jagger, Logan Jarnagin, Bronson Kilmer, Emma Long, Logan Pliska, Ordie Price, Lillian Sedlak, Kyra Slater, Mikaela Stout, Paige Strickland, Ryan Supancik, Kaylee Wood, Penelope Ziegler.
10th Grade: Wesley Anderson, Carter Bain, Charlize Barhite, Briana Boswell, Zayvion Bradford, Owen Cameron, Lauren Clancy, Emily Cosklo, Alex Empet, Leah Evans, Caden Holtsmaster, Elijah Kamensky,Tyler Keating, Jack Kowalewski, Hunter Kozloski, Genevieve Larkin, Nicholas Lemoncelli, Bailey Reuss, Spencer Sabine, Tanner Stout, Jonathon Symuleski, Adia Tompkins, Alexis Turner, Jordyn Walker.
11th Grade: Cohen Anderson, James Bernosky, Emily Clark, Casey Congdon, Lauren Dick, Avery Fortuner, Rachael Gerfin, Delaney Hollenbeck, Kaitlyn Jarnagin, Kathryn Long, Stephanie Nichols, Michael Nowlin, Nathan Ofalt, Victoria Pellew, Rebecca Plomchok, Maressa Salansky, Nicholas Schmidt, Maura Strickland, Megan Zipprich.
12th Grade: Sydney Barhite, Morgan Belcher, Emory Bewley, Emily Biesecker, Shainah Brainard, Regan Cameron, Benjamin DeMark, Michael DeWolfe, Caleb Eichelberger, Mia Frankel, Holly Galvin, Alycia Harvey, Ashlynd Harvey, Theressa Hinkley, Isabella Hurchick, Aiden Long, Connor Mancuso, Marisa Ostir, Chase, Poplawski, Caleb Seamons, Douglas Smith, Nathan Wells, Sebastian Winters, Meredith Zrowka.
Megan Houlihan, of New Milford was among 48 University of Scranton education majors who served as student teachers during the fall and spring semesters at 15 local schools in the following 10 school districts: Carbondale Area, Dunmore, Lackawanna Trail, Lakeland, Mid Valley, Northeastern Educational Intermediate Unit, North Pocono, Valley View, Wayne Highlands and Western Wayne.
Houlihan, an undergraduate early and primary education major, served as a student teacher at Commonwealth Charter Academy.
Samantha Gurn, of Brackney was among the University of Scranton students inducted into Sigma Tau Delta, the national honor society in English. For induction into the honor society, students must be majors or minors in English, theatre or secondary education/English, have maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in English, theatre and writing courses and have an overall grade point average of 3.4 or higher.
Gurn is a junior marketing major at the Jesuit university.
SUNY Delhi is proud to recognize Haylee Zartman, of Susquehanna, for academic achievement and being named to the dean's list for the fall, 2020 semester. Zartman is pursuing a degree in Veterinary Science Technology at the college.
The dean's list is a recognition of students who enrolled in six or more credits and earned a 3.5 or higher grade-point average for the semester.
Le Moyne College has named local students to its Fall, 2020 Dean's List. To make the list, students must achieve a GPA of 3.5 or above.
Qualifying for the honor from our area are: Mary Chidester, First-Year Marketing major from Montrose; Brooke Marvin, Senior Nursing major from Susquehanna.
SUNY Morrisville recently announced that Peyton Jones, of Friendsville, was named to the President's List for the Fall, 2020 semester. Peyton is majoring in Agriculture Business Development - BBA.
To be named to the President's List, a student must achieve a perfect 4.0 average for the semester and complete 12 credit hours.