First Honor Roll Honorees Posted April 28, 2017
Pequea Valley High School recently announced its first honor roll for the third marking period of the second semester for the 2016-17 school year. Students in grades nine through 12 were recognized for their academic achievements.
Seniors named to the first honor roll include Daniel Angelucci, Kiersten Barnes, Estivaly Batista, Jared Bitts, Dana Brill, Savanna Claxton, Alyssa Clemmer, Erin Cutter, Regan Donecker, Tara Doratt, Garrett Elmer, Brittney Fisher, Ryan Fisher, Daniel Gingerich, Daniel Glick, Sarah Groff, Ryan Hoover, Jon Horst, Zachary Horton, Ashlea Huber, Lauren Kaeser, Nicolas Karg, Nicole Mccauley, Rhiannon Peachey, Jesenia Rainey, Sabrina Ryan, Anthony Santiago, Serena Small, Christopher Smith, Patryk Smith, Shelby Smith, Alexandra Spease, Elizabeth Stoltzfus, Mariel Stoltzfus, Megan Stoltzfus, Cheyenne Thompson, Kaitlyn Vaughn, and Savanna Weaver.
Students in the junior class who achieved first honor roll are Jenna Bologa, Deandre Bowlen, Amber Brill, Danielle Buchanan, Lydia Cacciola, Katherine Castor, Elliot Esh, Austin Frey, Rachel Hershey, Nathan Kovalick, Dalton Lapp, Jordan Lapp, Kelly Lapp, Camille Logic, Timothy Malloy, Brody Mann, Alexis Melson, Joseph Olonovich, Anyamae Prokay-Appel, Luke Rohrer, Lydia Rohrer, Querida Santiago, Leona Stoltzfus, Natalie Stoltzfus, Amber Stuart, Kiley Vollmer, Nicholas Walsh, Jonathan Wilkins, Katelyn Wilkinson, Daniel Xentaras, Devin Zhang, and Toby Zook.
Sophomores who achieved first honor roll include Kylie Allain, Molly Ambroziak, Hannah Baldauf, Jonathan Bolton, Alexa Cacciola, Devon Clemmer, Naomi Feister, Jesse Fuir, Rebecca Garton, Joshua Heinrich, Sarah Hershey, Sarah Houck, Alyssa Keenan, Joseph Kennedy, Ryleigh Kurtz, Alexander Lahr, Zachary Lynch, Grace Martin, Margaret McCloskey, Luke McGinnis, Kyle Mowday, Brenna Perring, Heather Quick, Adrianna Reiter, Megan Rogers, Ethan Rohrer, Claudia Shaubach, Brittany Shirk, Bridjitte Smith, Jamie Stephan, Quinten Stephan, Jasmyn Stoltzfus, Andrew Sudbrack, Brycen Suydam, Julie Wang, Sophia Weaver, Brielle Wilinsky, Hunter Winey, and Alyssa Yoder.
Students in the freshmen class on the first honor roll are Nayelly Argueta, Megan Arment, Caroline Bragg, Aidan Cooke, Hope Fisher, Alexander Flaim, Eric Forsyth, Joshua Gingerich, Andrew Gossert, Christie Groff, Caroline Horst, Trevor Huber, Hannah Huyard, Margaret Johnson, Seth Karg, Kalyn Keen, Lauren Kovalick, Evan Landis, Kalexsia Lassak, Abbey Leslie, Jordan Melson, Timothy Murphy, Clara Neff, Jack Olonovich, Talee Patterson, Sommer Reeser, Juanita Reyes, Megan Reyes, Jonah Roelands, Ruth Roelands, Savannah Ryan, Faith Simpson, Jacob Stoltzfus, Victoria Troupe, Luz Villegas-Castro, and Jack Werner.
School Posts Honor Roll April 20, 2017
Solanco High School has announced its 4.0 grade point average honor roll for the third quarter.
The honor roll included 12th-graders Brandon Aul, Breanna Bachman, Erika Barr, Kaleigh Bays, Tianna Beiler, Denise Brenneman, Donovan Brown, Hannah Buhl, Charles Canby, Brianna Chapman, Katherine Fausnaught, Christopher Fisher, Curtis Frackman, Owen Frank, Sarah Frawley, Gabrielle Green, Morgan Hall, Lukas Harper, Heaven Harris, Benjamin Harvey, Tianna Hashinger, Gerald Hassel, Eleanor Hatch, Nathaniel Herr, Alexis Kanuha, Wyatt Kudia, Elizabeth Levering, Ciana Malchione, Dorothy McCullough, Paul McDonnell, Morgan Miller, Emily Moore, Ashley Mundorff, Alec Munro, Jada Peace, John Rath, Faxas Rifa, Daniel Russell, Taylor Seiverd, Dallas Sheldon, Berechiah Skolnick, Kylie Stoltzfus, Anna Underwood, Marissa Witmer, Ryan Yaletchko, and Britain Yoder.
Also recognized were 11th-graders Elizabeth Barker, Harleigh Church, Aaron Constein, Lydia Fetterman, Alicia Hertzler, Alexis Jackson, William Lehmann, Allison McDowell, Emily Mellinger, Xiao Moore, Eric Moyer, Austin Murry, Abigail Nelson, Austin Peinhardt, Sophie Plechner, Benjamin Root, Zachary Roten, Jonathon Rush, Timothy Schmitt, Emma Sensenig, Christian Stead, Sarah Sweda, Meredith Underwood, Wyatt Urbine, Aaron Wright, and Jacob Zook.
The following 10th-graders were commended: Aleksa Burger, Joshua Canale, Reece Curry-Saner, Brianna Davis, Erin Dobinson, Timothy Fetterman, Madison Findley, Alyson Glick, Zoe Goebel, Gabriella Griffonetti, Amber Hart, David Harvey, Joshua Herr, Patrick Hodgson, Julianna King, Grace Kreider, Azra Mutapcic, Faith Rineer, Noelle Schneider, Brooke Wheeler, Jadan Willis, and Elsie Zaborskiy.
The ninth-grade honorees were Caroline Arrowsmith, Julia Bare, Luke Brown, Ashley Camacho, Hailey Clark, Brandon Daniel-Morales, Gabrielle Dolan, Jenna Dombach, Nathan Eller, Kaitlyn Himelright, Keirra Laird, Lay Ly, Natalie Mohler, Nathaly Molinarez, Joshua Peinhardt, Elisa Perez, Jessica Richardson, Emma Sheets, Sophia Steinhauer, Hannah Walters, and Bailey Willis.
DHS Names Summa-Level Students April 13, 2017
Donegal High School (DHS) has announced its first-quarter summa-level honor roll. To be included on the summa-level honor roll, students must have a current grade point average of 4.0 or higher.
The 12th-graders on the summa-level honor roll include Shara Allman, Kyle Anderson, Andrew Ashley, Nina Austen, Tomilyn Baham, Emily Baier, Kodee Bair, Lauren Becker, Mackenzie Bedwell, Sierra Bedwell, Taylor Bennett, McKenna Berg, Kobe Bistline, Jared Bixler, Emily Bolton, Nicholas Bowers, Shaianne Boyer, Allison Bradley, Brianna Brady, Jacob Brubaker, Ariah Bucks, Austin Burkholder, Cody Canterbury, Alyssa Clarke, Kayla Cornell, Kalei Custer, Jose De La Cruz, Michaela Dearborn, Jacob Dukeman, Kalee Fahndrich, Matthew Gohn, Caroline Goodwill, Ann Grab, Connor Green, Galen Hahn, Joanna Harlacher, Allen Hebbe, Madison Heider, Bridget Herr, Omar Ibrahim, Alexis Isern, Angela Johns, Leah Kelley, Joshua Kester, Brittney Lachapelle, James Landis, Hannah Lloyd, Carissa Loser, Michael Maag, Shawn Maag, Yasmine Marley, Erik Martin, Alyssa McNece, Terran Miller, Janaya Mitchell, Natalie Montanye, Kiana Montes, Delanie Morelock, Aran Mullen, Corinne Mummau, Thomas Murphy, Joshua Myers, Jamilyn Nimo, Sable Nye, Emily Overmeyer, Sierra Parduski, Noah Pennington, Cynthia Price, Rachel Robinson, Erika Schell, Kolin Schmoel, Jacie Sellers, Victoria Simmons, Bailey Smith, Carly Snyder, Ethan Snyder, Schelsea Snyder, Seneca Straub, Rachel Umholtz, Sierra Warner, Kaitlyn Witmer, Makyla Yoder, and Isabella Yohe.
The school also honored 11th-graders Brenna Barber, Brooks Bear, Patrick Beaudoin, Hanna Breedlove, Leah Brubaker, Kasey Buchmoyer, Silas Buckwalter, Solomon Campbell, Dakota Eaby, Andrew Erb, Alice Fernald, James Flatt, Jarred Ford, Charlotte Garner, Carli Garrett, Stefanie Good, Ellen Grosh, Hayley Grosh, David Havice, Anna Hawbaker, Skye Heming, Jarrett Herr, Eli Hess, Kyle Hess, Katherine Hiestand, Dale Houser, Katie Jean, Nicholas Ketner, Tanner Kohler, Austin Lauver, Olivia Lechene, Naythan Lopez, Kylee Lorio, Payton Luft, Ashley Maxwell, Taylor McAleer, Grace Miller, Samantha Miller, Kyra Olweiler, Rachael Overlander, Lauren Redcay, Tyler Rupp, Brooke Sauder, Sydney Skirboll, Erin Slattery, Aaron Smith, Keeryen Stevens, Molly Stoe, Kassidy Stoudt, Andrew Stwalley, Rachel Stynes, Alanna Tipping, Brianna Wagner, Avery Walker, Jamie Walmer, Ivan Wenger, Grace Wheeler, Dylan Zuch, and Logan Zug.
The following 10th-graders were listed: Mackenzie Allessie, Joseph Allman, Austin Bailey, Morgan Biesecker, Adriana Black, Dylan Bowers, Mason Bradfield, Trinity Breneman, Janell Brinser, Adam Burkholder, Elliot Burnette, Christopher Cole, Bailey Crager, Morgan Creek, Gabriel Cressman, Alexandra Daly, Darlene David, Aaliyah Davila-Smith, Anita Distasio, Brendan Donough, Natalie Fellenbaum, Katie Flores, Zion Gibbs, Mitchell Gosher, Tyler Groft, Trevor Gruber, Madison Haas, Elizabeth Henriques, Brandon Hess, Jacob Hess, Cayla Homsher, Jenna Hottenstein, Chelsey Houser, Spencer Houser, Aliza Johns, Gwendolyn Jordan, Joel Keener, Kristen Kitch, Madison Lipe, Cheyenne Livelsberger, Amber Lookenbill, Dylan Martin, Hannah McNece, Nathan McNece, Skye McNece, Jessica Melhorn, Abigail Mellberg, Catherine Moran, Sophie Morrison, Clark Mummau, Mary Murphy, Gavin Murren, Rhiannon Myers, Lyla Naqvi, Kaylee Pfeiffer, Joseph Piatt, Regina Redinger, Aryonna Rivera, Rodrigo Rivera, Jayden Robertson, Aaron Rugh, Zachary Runkle, Ethan Salem, Andrew Salvatore, Isabelle Santiago-Vega, Luke Saufley, Lily Saunders, Lindsey Sellers, Benjamen Shaffer, Madison Shenigo, Mackenzie Shirk, Zoey Sites, Rachel Snyder, Rosalind Staie, Summer Steffy, Lauren Stwalley, Nia Vasquez, Ella Warburton, Anika Weaver, Hunter Williams, and Trinity Young.
Also included were ninth-graders Gabriel Alberto, Damian Allman, Emily Ashley, Kira Barrett, Taylor Barton, Kiera Baughman, Drew Bechtold, Nathan Brubaker, Adam Dagostino, AbbyRose Dannecker, Ryan Dearborn, Ella DeBruin, Brooke Diehm, Zachery Emswiler, Avery Ford, Joseph Fox, Peyton Frederick, Kailey Frownfelter, Hailey Fry, Gabriel Gonzalez, Shawn Gulas, Grace Haas, Kaci Halbleib, Carrie Hess, Austin Hollinger, Ryan Horst, Zoe Horst, Jacob Houck, Sarah Hougasian, Jaymee Hynes, Filipp-Remy Kanegene, Corey Kendig, Sarah Leidich, Vicky Liu, Kelsey Long, Aydan Miller, Lydia Miller, Megan Myers, Julia Mylin, Leah Nissley, Timothy Overmeyer, McKenna Palmer, Nupoor Patel, Lexington Reed, Stephanie Reider, Connor Ruhl, Marina Saad, Kristen Scheuing, Katelyn Schwab, Emma Shelly, Tara Shelton, Olivia Shenk, Emily Shreve, Alexis Slimak, William Small, Jaina Spatola, Talya Spenla, Peter Steinkamp, Patrick Summers, Olivia Umholtz, Matthew Wallace, Hannah Werner, Aedan Wilkinson, Kayla Witmer, Michael Zettlemoyer, and Ryan Zuch.
Ernst Named To Dean's List April 11, 2017
Katherine Ernst of Coatesville was named to the dean's honor list for the fall 2016 semester at Gettysburg College, Gettysburg. To be placed on the dean's honor list, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or above.
Ernst is a member of the Class of 2020 and is an undecided major. She is a member of the a capella group, Upscale, as well as an active member of the Discipleship Christian Fellowship.
Nursing Students Graduate April 11, 2017
Friends and family gathered on March 16 to congratulate 14 new licensed practical nurses (LPNs) on their graduation from the Chester County Intermediate Unit (CCIU) Practical Nursing Program (PNP). The class, consisting of full-time students, is the 120th to graduate from the Downingtown program.
The ceremony began with welcoming remarks from Career, Technical and Customized Education administrator Michael Katch. He offered his congratulations to the graduates and reaffirmed the CCIU's commitment to PNP.
The PNP director, Nancy Haughton, presented the graduates, including the Downingtown cohort co-valedictorians Kayla Draper and Rachael Dupree and salutatorian Larissa Wilkins.
Downingtown's class president, Jonelle Beckley, led the class in the practical nursing pledge and then introduced the guest speaker, LPN Jen Madden, who is an operations supervisor for Behavior Wellness and Recovery and an alumna of the LPN program. In her remarks, Madden told her story of how being in the Army helped her realize her passion for helping others. Madden currently uses her LPN training to give professional presentations on post-traumatic stress disorder and addiction recovery.
Following Madden's remarks, six students were inducted into the National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses Inc. Honor Society.
To learn more about the Chester County Intermediate Unit's Practical Nursing Program, readers may visit www.chestercountynursing.org.
Students Earn Academic Honor April 7, 2017
The distinguished honor roll for the third marking period at Red Lion Area Senior High School was recently released. Students in grades nine through 12 were recognized for academic achievements.
Freshmen named to the distinguished honor roll are Ameera Ayaz, Samuel Bailey, Sydney Beaverson, Demetrius Bitler, Robert Blanchard, Amber Bowman, Galen Brubaker, Garrett Carl, Rachel Conrad, Cassidy Crowe, Dana Cutti, Gianna Dovell, Sandra Faller, Aubrey George, Sawyer Golden, Josephine Gonzalez, Sarah Heiland, Emma Heim, Emma Hively, Logan Hubbard, Samuel Koons, Kayla Koontz, Erica Koterwas, Leah Krieger, Gwendolyn Lloyd, Kiersten Lloyd, Hunter Logan, Alyssa Lutz, Elizabeth McWilliams, Nicholas Rizzo, Gavin Scallorn, Wyatt Sechrist, Emily Stare, Brandon Stinson, Samuel Stover, Micah Sumwalt, Chloe Tarlton, Katie Thompson, Benjamin Thornsberry, Zoe Watson, Brooke Wentz, Aubrie Wise, and Kyle Zhang.
Students in grade 10 named to the distinguished honor roll include Allison Anderson, Crystalynn Appel, Cora Beyer, Tatum Bouch, Cassidy Childress, Johnathan Crone, Cameron Czerwinski, David Dalby, Caroline Frey, Megan Gilbert, Cassidy Graham, Nathan Hodgkinson, April Knudson, Kayla McKie, Allyson Miller, Carly Miller, Riley Miller, Abigail Mitzel, Amber Moskos, Jason Nazarenus, Yomarelis Perez-Santi, Sandra Phan, Natalie Rentzel, Chance Riddle, Morgan Schafer, Alexander Schor, Sean Schreckengast, Jillian Sleeth, Francesco Spagnolo, Olivia Spagnolo, Ariel Stallknecht, Alexander Sun, Leah Taylor, Esperanza Trevino, Rosalyn Wagner, Chloe Walko, Emily Watts, Gabriella Young, and Gavin Zieber.
Juniors who achieved distinguished honor roll are Kade Adomanis, Grayce Amspacher, Natalie Barley, Amica Bonitz, Emma Brady, Kira Brandt, Casey Brenner, John Brownsword, Jessica Burns, Micah Davis, Kirsten Deaver, Brady Dorbert, Madison Downs, Kyle Doyle, Vanessa Fickes, Reed Fleming, Cameron George, Cole Gipe, Tyler Golden, Emily Griffin, Alyssa Grove, Collin Grove, Carly Guise, Sophie Guthrie, Summer Hinton, Luke Hively, Savannah Horton, Michelle Keeny, Carrie Knight, Madelyn LaMotte, Alisa Landis, Qi Li, Christopher Lorenzen, Destiny Mann, Cason McDonald, Lance McGuire, Alexcia McKinley, Sage Neville, Trent Newcomer, Jessica Owrutsky, Alejandro Pina, Ethan Ritchey, Zaire Roberts, Tabitha Roth, Brady Smith, Nathan Snyder, Sean Taylor, Melanie Thomas, Zachary Throne, and Julie Tran.
Students in the senior class named to the distinguished honor roll are Alyssa Adams, Marisa Beiler, Jason Bernhardt, Sarah Blose, Samuel Cesario, Amanda Clarkson, William Dalby, Patrick Daugherty, Hannah Eisenhart-Seitz, Samuel Emig, Jena Everett, Leah Franciscus, Tristan Fuentes, Xavier Geesey, Peyton Gibbons, Makenna Gizzi, Jaclyn Golden, Jacob Gottloeb, Stephanie Healy, Collin Herman-Conrad, Dakota Hilbert, Samuel Howard, Glori Keough, Tori Kilgore, Benjamin Kitzmiller, Wade Koontz, Lynn Krieger, Amy Maciejewski, Sebastian Martino, Brandy Matthew, Jaclyn Matthews, Chaundy McKeever, Dylan Miller, Kayla Moore, Ashley Oerman, Gillian Orwig, Noelle Peregoy, Riley Perkowski, Chloe Rentzel, Olivia Riggs, Shayla Scallorn, Kevin Scheetz, Page Shingler, Roger Shultz, Mickayla Smith, Jessica Sun, Emma Tranavitch, Grace Treffinger, Marissa Vernoia, Gretchen Wade, Brianna Wanbaugh, Tyler Witman, Hannah Wolf, Kacie Yeakel, Emily Zeidman, Helen Zeidman, and Dante Zumbo.
Distinguished Honor Roll Set April 7, 2017
Northeastern Senior High School recently announced its distinguished honor roll for the third marking period of the 2016-17 school year. Students in grades nine through 12 were recognized for their academic achievements.
Seniors named to the distinguished honor roll include Alexis Alexander, Devin Bartrom, Lauren Bass, Lauren Bitting, Brandon Coleman, Ciara Coombes, Kiara Cornish, Kyler Cotroneo, Nicholas Craft, Sarah Cutshall, Emily Davis, Hayley Demangone, Blake Einsig, Caelyn Emmel, Arianna Evans, Cristal Flores, Andrew George, Caprice Gillick, Caitlyn Grimes, Kelsie Hartranft, Christina Herman, Mason Kling, Brody McElwain, Nathan McKenzie, Mitchell Millis, Lindsay Myers, Kyle O'Keefe, Charles Oberdick, Alex Raymond, Hunter Roof, Emily Sechrist, Erica Shearer, Ryan Spangler, Tiffany Spangler, Ona Sutton, Graceann Temple, Kali Trimmer, Hunter Wagner, and Kendra Weiser.
Students in grade 11 named to the distinguished honor roll are Krista Anderson, Brittany Arentz, Mikaila Arnold, Amanda Bentz, Cole Brillhart, Suleman Dalaa, Caleb Duncker, Luis Elias, Nathan Eyster, Damon Faulkner, Brandon Felty, Taylor Fishpaw, Wyatt Hughes, Brandy Kann, Grace Kominsky, Nelisabel LaCourt-Ruiz, Taylor Lanier, Scott Leash, Angela Lin, Christopher Moyer, Drake Myers, Taylor Newcomer, Adannaya Onwukanjo, Caitlyn Rau, Dalton Ream, Alaina Reese, Hailie Reifsnyder, Joshua Rich, Isatou Sawaneh, Justin Smith, Bre'Lynn Sowers, Timothy Spangler, Jerod Trexler, Michael Wagner, Bailey Wah, Madeline Warrender, Hope Weidemann, Lauren Williamson, Taemar Willis, Andrew Wilson, and Celeste Workman.
Students in the sophomore class named to the distinguished honor roll are Hannah Alvarnaz, Miller Ballew, Azary Brabham, Bryce Breighner, Harrison Brinker, Jacob Cederberg, Antonio Damian, Amanda Dang, Abigail Darrah, Jacob Dellinger, Peyton Eckenrode, Robert Elzinga, Gracen Garman, Emily Gault, Phoenix Gruver, Benjamin Hays, Paul Heard, Sarah Heim, Brandon Hennel, Sofia Herbst, Molly Hineline, Jeffrey Hudak, Madelyn Kling, Alexis Kluyber, Katelyn Kohler, Ashlie Kohr, Isaac Latshaw, Madison Laughman, David Lin, Brynn MacDonald, Natalie Martin, Mya Mazuera, Ryan McElwain, Rachel Means, Tempest Mellinger, Holly Meyers, Katherine Mummert, Matthew Murry, Diemmi Nguyen, Mimi Nguyen, Caleb Reigle, Rose Rush, Dominick Rutkowski, Jason Seeger, Heather Seiger, Kelsey Sharpe, Trent Stauffer, Emma Streb, Haley Updegraff, Brooke Weidemann, Wade Wolfgang, and Madison Wrightstone.
Freshmen who received distinguished honor roll recognition include Chloe Barlett, Kyle Beichner, Makenzie Boyd, Sophia Brodt, Justin Buelto, Carter Crebs, Emily Dellinger, Emily Dziennik, Taylor Forry, Jacob Garland, Rose Gatchell, Chaney Golden, Evan Gross, Amaya Hamilton, Noah Hartzfeld, Lilly Haugh, Madison Hetherington, Kylie Houseman, Sierra Hunnell, Mackenzie Jenkins, Jillian Laughman, Cheyne Main, Brandon Michael, Jade Miller, Daniel Mohney, Rylee Montalbano, Sophia Myers, Kendall O'Keefe, Brianna Oak, Carly Olmo, Dylann Olmo, Obinnaya Onwukanjo, Vladimir Podgorodniy, Emily Rau, Olivia Riek, Kylie Santos, Fatoumatta Sawaneh, Michael Schwarzkopf, Madison Sechrist, Cailey Shimko, Michael Shipley, Josiah Shvartsakh, Erick Sowers, Sarah Sowers, Kevin Spangler, Reagan Sprague, Nyah Stahl, Megan Sweitzer, Benjamin Walter, Wilson Welch, Hannah Wildasin, Ronni Wolfgang, Brianna Woods, and Abigail Zimmerman.
School Announces Award Recipients April 6, 2017
St. Anne School recently held an honors assembly recognizing students for their accomplishments for the second trimester of the year. The award ceremony had three categories: academic achievement, effort, and Christian values.
Academic high honor awards were presented to students in grades six through eight who earned A's in all core subject areas and A's and B's in their specials classes. Academic honor awards were presented to students in grades six through eight who earned A's and B's in all subject areas.
The Christian values Shining Light Award was presented to students who by their actions modeled the light of Christ to others. The Most Improved Award was presented to students who showed the most growth either academically or socially.
The honorees were as follows.
High Honors: Rebekah Citsay, Annabelle Kiefer, Catherine Rebek, Will Scott, Liam Dell Isola, Meghan Myers, Joel Olmsted, Ella Wolfe, Laura Brislin, Catherine Citsay, Gabrielle Kambouroglos, Aspen Leed, Daniel Myers, Sarah Scott, Clare Jackubowski, and Alison Brewer.
Honors: Joanne Cybulski, Katie Kelly, Sabina Russoniello, Molly Wolownik, Macy Bechtel, Lily Besecker, Caroline Cloonan, Elizabeth Cloonan, Katie Craig, Isabella Folts, Aarin McMahon, Kyra White, Lily Keith, Gabe Henry, Max Walters, Emma Graybill, Brian Nguyen, and Maddie Weaver.
Most Improved: Jonathan Walden, Aidan Klein, Ryan Eberly, Joseph Algeo, Ellie Comerford, Andrew Richardson, Caleb Pletcher, Gabe Henry, and Quinn Richardson.
Shining Light: Olivia Kiefer, Jordan Boyd, Monica Algeo, MacKenzie Waters, Liam Essig, Caitlin Reynolds, Hana Rebek, Hans Richter, Abigail Klein, Dominick Baksh, Paige Olmsted, Ryan Hohenadel, Rebekah Citsay, Caroline Cloonan, and Catherine Citsay.
Local Student Receives Honor April 5, 2017
Danielle Alicia (Crimmins) Stout, a local student, was recently honored by Liberty University by being inducted as a lifetime member of the Tau Sigma Honor Society.
She was recognized for maintaining the highest grade point average possible throughout her university career.
Pizzirusso Earns Academic Honor April 5, 2017
Ryan Pizzirusso of Wrightsville has been named to the dean's honor roll for the fall 2016 semester at Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Mich. To be named to the honor roll, a student must maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average for the term.
Pizzirusso is majoring in robotics engineering.