Animal shelter volunteers pictured (l-r) are: Vivian Sedlak, Tori Teel, Lacey Ball (chair), Sophia Rinaldi, Neveah O'Shea, Haydn Barto. Absent from photo: Mikayla Sansky
Students in Mountain View's Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America spent this past month giving back to the community. Students collected donations from the students and adults for local Animal Shelters. MV Jr/Sr High School donated over $530 worth of needed items and money to True Friends Animal Shelter and Laura's Hope Rescue.
Students reading to the elementary school pictured (l-r) are: front row - Coe Masters, Katrina Skiscm, Coralynn McHenry (chair), Nevaeh O'Shea, Vivian Sedlak, Tori Teel; middle row - Taylor Hildebrands, Brooke Whipple, Karley Norton, Nicoleta Monforte; back row - Jordan Jagger, Collin Pliska, Richter Masters, Braeden Alvord, Vyolet Gorko, Sophia Davis, Dazlyn Sobol, Emily Trichilo, Ireland Shea. Absent from photo: Claire Germana, Ryleigh Kilmer, Allison Cosklo, Jackson Gesford, Abigail Mitchell, Azalea Brown, Brook Danysh, Kennedy Calabro.
27 FBLA students went to the elementary school. They read books, made crafts, sang songs, colored and just spent time with students in kindergarten and second grade. The high school students had fun returning to their childhood building and getting to know the younger children.
Also in January, the FBLA will be hosting a coin wars to raise money for the Make A Wish Foundation!
The following is a list of the Susquehanna Community Elementary students who received a Reading Achievement Award for the 2nd Quarter of the 2022-2023 school year. A student must maintain an A average (93-100) for the quarter in order to receive this award.
1st Grade: Aspen Andrus, Allie Benson, Tristan Brink, Brynn Burke, Starr Jayda Burnett, Violet Carpenter, Paislee Conklin, Samantha Cook, Tai Davis, William Deakin, Maxwell Detwiler, Kathryn DeWitt, Kaydence Downton, Jenna Dubanowitz, Kolbie DuBois, Estlynn Duffy, Benjamin Fitch, Miya Golden, Leland Gulley, River Jensen, Parker Johnson, Brayden Krause, Own Maurey, Rowan McKee, Posey Mills, Kaylee Patton, Abel Rush, Landen Ryder, Catherine Senese, Wyatt Stark, Winifred Stone, Avalon Vales, Emma Welch, Olivia Welch, Natalee Wright.
2nd Grade: Hailee Bowler, Skye Capwell, Aria Downton, Mia Fischer, Jacob Johnson, Ariana Harcar, Kinslee Macazan, Rylee Miller, Camden Walsh, Rebecca Williams, Jaxon Wood.
3rd Grade: Alexis Balliet, Kadence Boman, Brian Burke, Chase Burke, Hazel Martin, Ada Schaff, Troy Soden, Triston Valenti, Viktor Vales.
4th Grade: Ava Butts, Malin Fico, Molly MacDonald, Sawyer Mazikewich, Dakota Norris, Henley Soden, Homer Stone.
5th Grade: Alyssa Ayres, Erin Baker, Emma Blenco, Briana Burke, Roryanna Dandois, Annilyn Jones, Caroline Krupovich, Lola Mills, Garrison Stec, Alayna Whitney.
6th Grade: Leah Taylor.
Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg congratulates the more than 1,870 students who were named to the Fall, 2022 Dean's List.
To qualify for Dean's List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher (based on 4.0) during the semester.
Students achieving the honor from our area were: Mae Adams, a PTE*Spec Ed (PK-12)/ECE (PK-4) major, of Brackney; Mirella Annesi, a PTE*Spec Ed (PK-12)/ECE (PK-4) major, of Great Bend; Nadya Beasley, an English BA major, of Meshoppen; Emily Birchard, a Chemistry BS major, of Montrose; Megan Bosscher, a Nursing BSN major, of Springville; Stephanie Graham, a PTE*Early Childhood (PK-4) major, of Vandling; Delaney Heller, a Speech Path Audiology BS major, of Kingsley; Victoria Iveson, an Accounting BSBA major, of Susquehanna; Emily Kernoschak, a Prof Sales and Marketing BSBA major, of Vandling; Kalynne Myers, a Criminal Justice BA major, of New Milford; Hannah Nauroth, a Health Sciences BS major, of Nicholson; Devin Sanguinito, a Criminal Justice BA major, of Little Meadows.
Local residents were among more than 1,600 students named to The University of Scranton's Dean's List for the 2022 fall semester. The Dean's List recognizes students for academic excellence. A student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours during the semester to make the Dean's List. The list includes students from the Jesuit university's College of Arts and Sciences, Kania School of Management and Panuska College of Professional Studies.
Local students added to the fall, 2022 Dean's List are: Macey L. Pennay, of Kingsle), a freshman neuroscience major in the University's College of Arts and Sciences; Taegan J. Mills, of Montrose, a junior political science major in the University's College of Arts and Sciences; Anthony I. Torres. of New Milford, a junior biochemistry major in the University's College of Arts and Sciences; Emma H. Zipprich, of Hop Bottom, a junior biology major in the University's College of Arts and Sciences; Benjamin A. Burman, of Clifford Township, a freshman nursing major in the University's Panuska College of Professional Studies; Kaylee L. Evans, of South Gibson, a junior early and primary teacher education major in the University's Panuska College of Professional Studies; Liam D. Mead, of Montrose, a senior health administration major in the University's Panuska College of Professional Studies; Jessica T. Notari. of Thompson, a senior early and primary teacher education major in the University's Panuska College of Professional Studies; John P. Shea, of Friendsville, a senior management major in the University's Kania School of Management.
More than 100 students from Commonwealth University - Bloomsburg recently completed academic internships.
A for-credit academic internship must meet certain requirements set by a student's academic department and includes a formal agreement between the university and the internship site. Students work with a site supervisor and faculty advisor throughout the internship, gaining hands-on learning and practical experience for their future career.
"Career experiences such as internships are a fantastic way for students to apply what they've learned in class, experience career fields first-hand, and/or course-correct career paths they may not like," explained Wren Fritsky, director for career and professional development. "Some companies hire exclusively from their intern pool, so it greatly increases a student's chance of finding a career fit right after graduation."
Canyon Stone, from Thompson completed an internship this fall with Aramark in Bloomsburg.
More than 2,500 students earned recognition for academic excellence on SUNY Cortland Dean's List for the Fall, 2022 semester. The Dean's List is the highest ranking for undergraduate students in their respective academic areas of the university. Students must earn a minimum 3.3 grade point average for the semester to make the list.
Qualifying students for the honor from our area are: Madelyn Fruehan, of Brackney; Lexus Hemenway, of Montrose; Kayla Swartz, of Montrose; Desiree Watson, of Montrose.
A total of 350 students have been named to the Mansfield University Dean's List for the fall, 2022 semester. To be named to the Dean's list, a student must attend the university full-time and earn at least a 3.5 GPA.
Qualifying for the honor from our locale were: Naylynn Godfrey, of Hallstead; Lena Penny, of Hop Bottom; Andrea Proehl, of Union Dale; Gina Robinson, of Susquehanna; Jeremiah Smith, of Meshoppen; Madison Swisher, of Susquehanna; Isaac Walker, of Montrose; Adriana Zebrowski, of Susquehanna.
Emily Arthur, of Forest City, excelled during the Fall, 2022 semester at Hofstra University, achieving a GPA of at least 3.5 to earn a spot on the Dean's List. Emily's major is Political Science.