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Stonington High School’s Bear March 2010 599-5781 • FAX 599-5784 599-2180 (Guidance) Essentials Citizens’ Forum All Members of the Stonington community are urged to attend an important Citizens’ Forum on Tuesday, March 9th at 7p.m. in the SHS Auditorium. At that time, representatives from the Southeastern Regional Action Council will present the results of Stonington’s 2009 Youth Survey Report, which was conducted in partnership with the Board of Education, Stonington Human Services and the Stonington Prevention Council. This report was “designed to ascertain prevalence, attitudes and behaviors related to use of substances (alcohol, tobacco and other illicit drugs), including the reasoning of youth who do or do not use substances.” It is important to note that 55% of Stonington youth in grades 7-10 in Mystic Middle School, Pawcatuck Middle School, and Stonington High School participated in this survey. As recent events have shown, Stonington is not immune to issues concerning alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Parents are encouraged to bring their middle school and high school students to this presen- tation; as it will surely provide a wealth of information and the opportunity to extend conversation at home. Residents who don’t have children in the schools are also invited to attend; as the responsibility for protecting the well-being of our children belongs to us all. Garden Club SHS’ Electronic Policy by Elisa Whitman Stonington High School would like to remind Two years ago local farmer and entrepreneur, parents and students about our electronic policy. It Peg Moran, and I implemented a program in Envi- has been slightly changed due to some inconsisten- ronmental Science classes that we call Grow Your cies in our current policy. Please review this policy Own Lunch. The program was embedded into with your son/daughter. Students will also be the agricultural unit of the course and provided reviewing this policy in their home base. Students students with the opportunity to practice the skills who fail to abide by this policy will be asked to that are part of learning to grow their food. With give the electronic device to the teacher who will the objective of introducing students to the local send it to the office. In most cases, students will be business world, Peg compiled a list of individuals able to pick up the device at 2 p.m. However, stu- whom we felt students would benefit from meet- dents who continually violate this rule will lose the ing. The focus of the speakers is on local farmers privilege of having the item(s) in school and a par- and other agricultural entrepreneurs who could ent/guardian will be asked to pick up the item(s). share their stories about the type, origin and per- If students fail to give the electronic device to the sonal experiences of their businesses. Since these teacher upon request, then a discipline referral professionals would be contributing their own time will be made to the office. Stonington High School we felt it would be appropriate to offer each of appreciates the support of parents in enforcing this them a stipend. policy so that electronic devices do not cause a dis- In January I approached the Stonington Garden traction to the educational process. Thank you! Club to ask for $300 to compensate six speakers Cell phones, iPods, radios, cassettes/CD play- and today I graciously received notification that the ers or Walkman type devices are not allowed out Garden Club will indeed fund our speaker pro- during the school day other than X-Block. All gram. As their representative Kathryn Burchenal electronic devices (including headphones and ear stated, “The Garden Club felt that, indeed, your buds) must NOT be visible between 7:30 a.m. and lecture series meets the mission of the Club and 2:00 p.m. other than X-Block. IPods may be allowed will be well worth supporting.” She also noted that at the discretion of the classroom teacher for use she has recently drafted a letter to First Selectman in that classroom with that teacher only. Violations Ed Haberek pointing out how critical our agricul- will be cause for a no iPod rule. Students who tural heritage is to this area. Her message to us, abuse this rule will have their items confiscated “As you point out, our local agriculture has deep and/or lose the privilege of having the item(s) and viable roots. I am so happy to learn about what in school. The school strongly recommends that you are doing!” iPods not be brought to school due to their value. Laurie-Annya Linfoot is schedulted to lead off Cell phones that are visible during class time our speakers’ line-up. Future speakers are current- or in the hallways ly being arranged and anyone interested in sharing (except during X-Block) his/her entrepreneurial experiences in agriculture will be confiscated and is welcome to contact me at ewhitman@stonington- brought to the office for schools.org. pick up at the end of On behalf of Stonington High School stu- the school day. Students dents, I would like to thank the members for the who violate the cell Stonington Garden Club for their very generous phone policy may lose contribution and for their willingness to promote the privilege to have it in local agriculture and entrepreneurism in education. school. SHS Announces New Pawmystonian Poet Laureate 2011 Yearbook Editors Each year, the Arts Café Mys- Yearbook advisor Mrs. Rustici is pleased to announce the selec- tic (a group that holds poetry tion of the editors-in-chief for the 2011 edition. Emilie Burgess and readings in downtown Mystic) Mikaela Gillick will lead the Pawmystonian staff as co-editors next invites area schools to choose year. Mikaela was a member of the Publications class as a sophomore, a student poet whose work is and has been involved with production since she was a freshman. “deserving of distinction.” The Though Emilie’s first year in the course was her junior year, she was poet chosen this year is Senior, quick to pick up the programs and showed herself to be a dedicated Chandler Fowles. staff member. Look for another great edition in 2011 under their Chandler will be given a $100 leadership! scholarship, a chance to work with a published poet and other area Poet Laureates, and the Class of 2010 Graduation Party Please join us at the next planning meet- opportunity to read in front of a ing on Wednesday March 3rd in the SHS LMC live audience at the March 12th Classroom at 7 p.m. We welcome your help evening of poetry in Mystic. In and input on fundraising ideas and plans for addition to the honors bestowed graduation night. Future meetings are April 7, by the Arts Café Mystic, Chan- May 5, and June 2. dler will also have a featured It’s not too late to send in your $75 donation! section in this years SHS literary Make checks payable to SHS Grad Party and send in to school office ATTN: magazine, Sojourn, and the op- Grad Party. portunity to read at various SHS activities, including graduation. Side-Splitting Fun Evening w/Jim Spinnato The competition for Poet Lau- Mark your calendars for Friday, February 26th from 7 p.m. to 8:30 reate this year was quite intense. p.m.in the Stonington High School Auditorium. Hypnotist Jim Spin- Six strong candidates submit- nato will host a performance as select students become stars of the ted three poems each during show! Watch as volunteers dance, sing and “sleep” on command! January. These poems—without Tickets are $10 each. Please contact Laurie Giordano (860) 536-0213 or the students’ names or identify- Carole Nossek (860) 535-2446 for ticket availability. Tickets will also ing information--were read by be sold at the door. members of the English Depart- Crazy About Cookies ment for style, originality, voice, Reminder, the cookie dough sale runs until March 8th. All forms and other poetic elements. All were sent out via mail to senior parents. Your support is needed to six candidates had strong poems, reach our goal for the Senior 2010 Graduation Party. All cookie dough but Chandler’s rose to the top forms are due back to the office by March 8th. If you have questins, for their voice and strength of contact Lynda Boucher at 860-599-3076 or email@example.com, or Lisa language. Balestracci at 860-857-2956. The other five candidates were: Seniors—Daniel LaRosa, Stonington High’s 9th Annual BrainQuest Form a team for a fun night of trivia! Students, parents, teachers, Anastasia Taylor; Juniors— clubs or sports teams are welcome to participate by forming a six- Sydney Porter, member team. (Please note the lower price for students). Entry forms Mary Shawyer, are available in the SHS office. Angela Ferrara; The event will be held in the SHS Commons Area on Friday, Freshmen—Fali- March 19, 2010. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the game starts at 7 cia Calprit. p.m. The entry fee is $25.00 per adult, $10 per student. (Adult team - Here is one of $150. Student team - $60) the poems Chan- Entry forms will be available in the office. If you have questions, dler submitted: call Cindy or Tom Moore at 599-0431 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sharks Create Silence Spring Fling Student Dance A Spring Fling student dance will be held on Saturday, March 27, 2010, Baby there’s a shark in the water in the SHS Commons. The $10 tickets will be available in the cafeteria dur- teeth white victims reflected ing X-Block prior to the dance. sharp unprovoked kill Palm Sunday Breakfast baby she’s ready, The annual Palm Sunday Breakfast will take place on March 28, 2010, again. 9 a.m. to noon in the SHS Commons. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 children 6-12, kids 5 & under - free. It attracts you with skin of glass Join us for breakfast, and a book, DVD, jewelry, and spring-flowering coats her, calmly swims plant sale! Save your gently-used books & DVDs and bring them to the box cold baby coming, in the SHS main office, MMS, DMS or WVSS lobbies to for your flesh donate to the book sale. famished for fervor. Recycled/Reusable Grocery Bags w/ SHS So baby watch out, logo this shark is rehearsed Purchase SHS paw print, reusable grocery bags to feast your body, for $3.50 each or 3 for $10. Questions? Call or leaving a shred in time email Laurie Giordano lgiordano@tieronedevel- as silence. opment.com (860) 536-0213 or Carole Nossek CJNossek210@aol.com (860) 535-2446 Scholar Athletes Congratulations to Kevin Duignan and Kelly Grills who were recently named CAS Scholar Athletes. Kevin Duignan Kelly Grills I am honored to receive the It is truly an honor to be named CIAC Scholar Athlete award for the 2010 CIAC Scholar Athlete Stonington High School. In my high award winner from Stonington school career I have participated in High School. Throughout my high Cross Country, Indoor Track, and school career, athletics have been Outdoor Track; and I have competed a big part of my life. I have played as a varsity-level athlete in each of four years on the varsity high school them. In 2008 the Cross Country team was the ECC field hockey team, where I have been a part of Medium Division Champion, and this past season three ECC championship seasons, and an inspiring in 2009 we placed second. I qualified for the state- state semi-final finish in 2008. I was also named level meet in four events: the 1000 meter run, the the New London Day Player of the Year in 2008, 600 meter run, the Sprint Medley Relay, and the 4 and in the 2009 season I was selected as an All x 400 meter relay. At the ECC meet on January 30, I State 2nd Team Athlete. I have also participated in placed 6th in the 1000 meter run, our Sprint Med- softball at Stonington High School, where, for the ley Relay team placed third, and our 4 x 400 team past three seasons, I have been the team’s starting won the ECC title. I am very excited for the Out- varsity shortstop. In my sophomore and junior door Track spring season. In addition to athletics, year seasons, I was selected as an ECC Second throughout high school I have taken pride in main- Team Athlete, and was named team captain in taining a strong GPA, and I am currently in the 2009. In the past three years, the team has won top 10% of my class. I am also involved in Student two ECC Medium Division Championship Titles, Government, on which I serve the position of Cor- and played in an exciting game against Waterford responding Secretary of the Executive Board, and I in the ECC Tournament, where we placed second am the Vice President of the senior class and I have out of the teams in our local area. Along with my been elected to that position all four years of high involvement in athletics, I take great pride in my school. Outside of school, I am proud to say that I academic achievements, and my work within our have earned the rank of Eagle Scout; I completed school community. I have kept a solid GPA through my project building bookshelves for the St. Michael a rigorous high school schedule, and am currently School library in Pawcatuck, and I officially earned in the top 5% of my class. I also am the President my rank on May 28, 2009. My Court of Honor was of the “Bear Buddies” Program at Stonington held on July 14, 2009, and it was declared Kevin High School, where I spend a lot of time working Duignan Day both in the Town of Stonington and with the students in the TLC Room, attempting the State of Connecticut by First Selectman Ed to develop a more diverse and accepting school Haberek and Governor Jodi Rell, respectively. I also community. Overall, I find that balance was the key hold a job at the Pawcatuck Dairy Queen. I take to being successful in my high school career, and I great pride in my accomplishments, but I could not would like to take the time to thank my family, my have completed them alone. I would like to thank supportive coaches and teachers, and my deter- my family, my incredible coaches, and my com- mined teammates for helping me to become the mitted teammates for helping me to earn CIAC CIAC Scholar Athlete for 2010. Scholar Athlete for 2010. CAS Fine Arts Award Congratulations to Michelle Ammirrati and Alex Nazzarro who earned the CAS Fine Arts Award Alex Nazzaro Michelle Ammirati It is truly an honor to receive this Michelle Ammirati is extremely nomination. Since I was a little kid, honored to receive this recogni- I have loved to create. Everything tion. Over the past four years at my imagination could muster, I put Stonington High School she has been down on paper. Inspiration came actively involved in the music and from all things big and small, but drama programs. As a freshman she the great outdoors made my imagination set fire. auditioned for and was accepted into the Honors Nature has always played a huge role in my art. Chamber Choir which she has been a part of for all Today, I am still that young boy whose imagination four years. She has been cast in Ensemble roles in cannot stop to rest. After years of just "Art Class" the musicals “How to Succeed in Business Without in elementary and middle school, I was thrilled at Really Trying” and “The Music Man,” as well as the wide variety of art classes hear at SHS! Over the Witch in “Into the Woods” and the Sour Kanga- the past four years with the help of Mrs. DeVore, roo in “Seussical the Musical.” She has also played I have won numerous art awards including the Mrs. Howett in “The Green Archer” and Mrs. cartooning, animation and graphic design award, Myrtle Webb in “Our Town.” Michelle has also had studio art, and studio art II award. I would like to the honor of participating in the All New England, thank my parents and my art teachers, Mrs. Connecticut Eastern Region, Connecticut All State, DeVore and Ms. Bonillo, for their support, espe- and the All East Coast National Music Educators cially Ms. Bonillo who pushed me to go places honors choirs. Michelle is also a three-year member with my art I had not gone before. Thank you of the Keynotes Girl’s Choir and a member of the Stonington High School for all you have done for Tri-M National Music Honor Society. She intends to me. I hope to make the school proud in a career in continue her involvement in music and theatre in graphic design. college. Music Department Notes On February 6th, SHS hosted its first Coffeehouse, which was a great success. Congratulations to all participating students and thank you to our sponsor, Mystic Market. The event raised $700, which Music Boosters will use to purchase new speakers and microphone cables for next year. On March 13th, the Block 7 Jazz band will compete at the Berklee Jazz Festival in Boston. This is the na- tion’s oldest and largest high school jazz festival. On March 21st, the SHS Band will perform in the 1:00 Mystic St. Patrick’s Day Parade. March 23rd is the Stonington-Ledyard Spring Exchange concert. The 7:30 p.m. concert will be held at Ledyard High School and is free of charge. SHS and LHS jazz bands and wind ensembles will perform separately. The finale will be combined LHS-SHS bands performing Jupiter from Gustav Holst’s The Plan- ets. A Choral Concert will take place in the SHS auditorium on March 30th at 7:00 p.m. Many SHS music students auditioned for and were accepted into the following music festivals this winter. Eastern Region Chorus members were Michelle Ammirati, Justine Nixon, Jordan Estabrooks, Pat Kelly, Stephanie Albert, Sarah Gosselin, Audrey Jones, Kate McCann, Ellen Petersen, Dana Shroyer, TJ White, and Avery Dodd. Eastern Region Jazz Band members were Molly Rathbun and Ryan Kalinowski. Eastern Region Band mem- bers were Erika Towne, Tad Spencer, Stephanie Gray, Colin Larkin, Amanda Roy, Geoff Roy, Alex Fernandes, and Eric Welcome. Eastern Region Orchestra musicians were Jack Wostrel, Russell Towne, and John Skogerboe. Of those students, the following musicians also were accepted into the All-State Music Festival: Justine Nixon, Michelle Ammirati, Kate McCann, Sarah Gosselin for chorus, Russell Towne for orchestra, and Molly Rathbun and Tad Spencer for band. The following students were also accepted into the All-New England Chorus: Michelle Ammi- rati, Justine Nixon, Jordan Estabrooks, Pat Kelly, Ellery Avalone, Sarah Gosselin, Audrey Jones, Kate McCann, Ellen Petersen, Isaiah Perkins, TJ White, Stephen Guthrie, Julia Burgos, Geoff Roy, Austin Almeida, Emily Hutter, Lily Clift, Sienna Conti, and Jordan Slocum. Congratula- tions to all of these talented students for representing Stonington so well across the state and across New England. Stonington Human Services AAA Driver’s Education Provided by AAA/Briarwood Driving Academy, you must be 16 years of age prior to the start of class. The Teen 38-Hour Program runs April 27, 29; May 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27; June 1, 3, 8, 10, 15 on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at SHS, Room 122. The fee is $550 for 30 hours of classroom activities, including study materials and the required four hours of Drug & Alcohol Awareness training. Provided as well are eight hours of private, individual on the road instruction in one of our specially equipped training vehicles. Please note that a parent or legal guardian must attend the first two-hour class. Graduates receive a free one-year associate AAA membership if the parent is also a member. Over 97% of graduates would recommend the AAA Driving School to their peers! The Eight-Hour Safe Driving and Drug and Alcohol Program runs April 6, 8, 13 and 15 on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at Stonington High School, Room 122. The fee is $250 for this eight-hour program, which fulfills the requirements of the State of Connecticut for license applicants under 18 years of age who choose a Home Training Program. Included in this curriculum is the required four hours of Drug & Alcohol Awareness training. Please note that a parent or legal guardian must attend the first two- hour class. A certificate will be awarded to those students successfully completing the course. Call Stonington Human Services at (860) 535-5015 for registration information. Boating and Personal Water Craft Safety This course will be offered on Saturday, April 24th from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at Stonington High School for people ages 12 and older. The fee is $75, and the instructor will be Jerry Desmond. You must have a boater’s license to operate a powerboat, personal water craft or sailboat 19.5 feet or longer by yourself in the state of Connecticut. This one-day workshop will provide you with all the information needed to take & pass the licensing test. The exam will be offered at this workshop and upon completion you will be awarded a certificate to be issued to DEP with an administrative fee to receive your license. Bryan Bessette Memorial Scholarship This $500.00 scholarship is given to an outstanding high school senior residing in Stonington who will continue his or her education at a trade or technical school. Applications are available through the Stonington High School Guidance Office. Scholarships donations are ac- cepted year-round at Stonington Human Services. One Stop Prom Shop Stonington residents in Grades 9-12 may stop by the shop, Monday- Friday between 9:00 a.m-4:00 p.m., to check out our new selection of dresses! Better yet, bring that dress in your closet that you wore once and forgot about and leave with a “new-to-you” dress for the next semi- formal or formal dance. Dresses are available at no cost to all Stonington students with a school ID. Tax-deductible dress donations are accepted year-round. Please make sure they are no more than five years old, in good repair (no stains, tears or broken zippers/straps), clean and are a teen-friendly style. Where Are They Now ? Keelin Linehan ‘02 After graduating from Stonington High in 2002 I attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and graduated with a degree in Communications Design: Advertising Art Direction. I’ve been living in Wil- liamsburg, Brooklyn, the hipster capital of the world, for about eight years and while it’s a far cry from the conservative streets of Stonington, I’d recommend it to anyone looking for some excitement! After working briefly for Quinn & Gellar Marketing in New London, and traveling back to my apart- ment in New York on the weekends, I got myself in gear and took freelancing gigs in New York for a small publishing company and then designing the packaging for Saks Fifth Avenue. In 2008 the internet came calling and I took a position working with Gawker Media as a designer. (http://artists.gawker.com/ and http://advertising.gawker. com/) New media and the world of online advertising is a shock to the system after looking at boxes and bags covered in snowflakes for months on end. A welcome challenge! As of January 2010, I hold the position of Creative Director for a network of web sites with over 16 million visitors a year. Being with Gawker Media, a company of young, intelligent individuals in a rap- idly growing market, has been an invaluable experience and one that I’m thankful for every day. Being passionate about your job is the only Keelin (right) pictured with the ad Ops way you’ll ever be good at it. It rarely manager On the gawKer media rOOftOp in feels like work! sOhO during a party thrOwn fOr the his- It’s been eight years since I left tOry channel shOw, “expeditiOn africa”. Stonington and going home to a com- munity of warm, generous and eclectic people is something we should all recognize as being great. Stonington High School prepared me for the real world in ways far beyond reading, writing and arithmetic. From the art program with Mrs. DeVore to tennis with Mr. Crouse, and an endless number of devoted mentors, being surrounded by impassioned indi- Keelin (left) with a sales manager at a viduals taught me to approach life with the same zeal they do. For that, gawKer artists Opening On the rOOftOp. I am eternally grateful and enthusiastic for what’s to come. Photo by Nick McGlynn • www.RandomNightOut.com Guidance v News by the ShS Guidance department Tom BousqueT • AngelA CApAlBo • lilliAn Desimone • Allison VAn eTTen Naviance for Juniors As junior students begin to agencies. The program is specifi- determine their ideal learning engage in the college search cally geared to help Stonington preferences. Some preferences process they are strongly encour- students have a pleasurable and that are reviewed include: noise aged to utilize the Naviance more organized college search level, motivation factors, teacher system. Naviance is a program experience. This program was involvement, and learning types that allows students to determine reviewed with juniors at recent (i.e. visual, kinesthetic, auditory). their personality types, take a college workshops and was The Game Plan survey allows learning style inventory, review introduced to parents at the students set basic parameters to potential careers, develop a plan College Information Night for Ju- their college search by setting for their college search, research niors. Students and parents were career goals, potential majors, and track potential colleges, view given user names and passwords school size preference, location, acceptance statistics for various for this program. and opportunities available. schools, and search scholarships. Junior students should start Students should be aware that Stonington High School students completing the “Do What You they are required to complete have been utilizing Naviance Are” Personality Profile, Learn- these three surveys prior to hav- for the past couple of years with ing Style Inventory, and Game ing a college meeting with their favorable results. In order for Plan Survey. “Do What You Are” counselor. students to get the most out of gives students an overview of Other surveys and use- Naviance, they need to take the how they view the world. By ful tools that students will use time to adequately get acquaint- taking this survey, students will include the Beyond Graduation ed with program features and gain insights into their educa- Survey, Resume Builder, and begin taking surveys and devel- tional, career, and relationship Scholarship Viewer. If students oping college lists. needs. Individual strengths and or parents are having difficulties Naviance is a user-friendly weaknesses are reviewed and logging on to Naviance, please system that is accessible to stu- recommendations are made. Spe- contact the guidance department. dents, parents, and the guidance cific job qualities and potential department. Student informa- careers of interest are given to tion on Naviance is not shared students. The Learning Style with any colleges or outside Inventory allows students to Inside the Bear’s Den b a y manda CoffEy, studEnt GovErnmEnt prEsidEnt With the recent, devastating earthquake in Haiti, the Student Government felt it needed to do some- thing to help, and quickly. As the government of the school, it is our duty to make a difference not just in our school, but throughout the world in which we live. Seeing and hearing about the suffering of all the people in Haiti the entire government felt obligated to do all that we could to help. We have saved money from the past years, and we realized there would be no better time to spend this money than in the crisis at hand. This is why our government voted to donate five hundred dollars to UNICEF and five hundred dollars to the Red Cross. This amount of money is just a small drop in the bucket for relieving the condi- tions in Haiti, but we wanted to do all we could. Along with Student Government’s donation, many other organizations throughout the school have organized drives and made donations as well. It is truly inspir- ing to see how the students here at Stonington High School are so ready to help others. Student Government members are: Seniors: Amanda Coffey, Emily Col- lette, Jeff Moore, Michelle Ammirati, Kevin Duignan, Sarah Schmitz, Jackie Ingham, Tommy Manning, Christopher Palm Sunday Breakfast Regan, Pat Kelly. Juniors: ,Olivia Barth ,Jennifer Brant, Sunday, March 28 Claire Chambers, Mary Kate Connelly, Tim Cusack, Mikaela Gillick, Scott Hal- 9 a.m.-12 noon lamore, Thea O’Lari, Elizabeth Stouch, SHS Cafe/Commons Faye Zelepos, Meghan Pettini $7 Adults, $5 children 6-12 Sophomores: Jacqueline Albert, Clark kids 5 & under - free Chapman, Melanie Floyd, Elias Gharios, Morgan Hackney, Reka Keller, Jordanna McCallen, Hope Rezendes, Maria Silvia, Ryan Soscia, Devin White Freshmen: Emily Buxton, Courtney Dumais, Lauren Eisenbeis, Joni Moody, Jaclyn Paride, Andrew Rathbun, Lucy Schlink, John Skogerboe. CAPT testing ~Spring flowering plants from Pequot Plant Farms On CAPT testing ~Jewelry Sale (Great Mother’s Day gifts!) days in March, home- 3/1 • 10:20 a.m. ~Gently used books/DVDs Sale base will start at the 3/2 • 10:05 a.m. Proceeds benefit the Class of 2010 following times. All-Night Drug-free & Alcohol-free Juniors and seniors 3/3 • 10:10 a.m. Graduation Party not involved in testing 3/4 • 10:35 a.m. Thanks for your support! must be sure to arrive by these times. 3/8 • 9:40 a.m. Broad Street Bears Present Seussical Performance Stonington High School auditorium March 5th, 6th and 7th 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Tickets: $10 for students & seniors $13 for adults Tickets available at the door or at SHS office, (860) 599-5781 www.broadstreetbears.com Second Quarter Honor Roll • January 2010 Highest Honors Grade 12 Grade 11: Grade 10: Grade 9: Daniela Alzate* Jake Berkowitz* Victoria Cross* Kimberly Armstrong* Michelle Ammirati* Thomas Bovino* Melanie Floyd* Clare Bornstein* Patrick Balch* Jennifer Brant* Andrew Han* Emily Buxton* Sarah Banker* Mary Kate Connelly* Robert Lynch* Emily Calobrisi* Skylar Bareford* Mikaela Gillick* Amy Manning* Amy Dugger* Jade Brody* Scott Hallamore* Kelly McMillan* Lauren Eisenbeis* Amanda Coffey* Elizabeth Luketich* Brendan McNeil* Eric Fast* Emily Colby* Colin Melford* Jennifer Murphy* Daniel Fields Emily Collette* Eli Miner* Katharine Murphy* Lindsay Gimple* Kevin Duignan* Marisa Moody* Christian Rogerson* Zachary Goldberg* Stephanie Grey* Rebecca Moore* Casey Sartor* Sarah Gosselin* Kelly Grills* Ellen Petersen* Alexander Schroeder* Destiny Hartmann* Edward Hobaica* Emily Pinko* Erika Towne* Audrey Jones* Charlotte Kading* Erin Skeens* Devin White* Mollie Kam* Ryan Kalinowski* Mary Kate Tobin* Sophie Kornacki* Patrick Kelly* Lia Vann* Jessica Lee* Shang Lin Lee* Ashley Wheeler* Jessica Lloyd* Thomas Manning* John Wostrel* Joni Moody* Jeffrey Moore* Aki Yamamoto* Nicole Murphy* Daniel Nordness* Carly Paulauskis* Heather Planchon* Andrew Rathbun* Molly Rathbun* Theresa Reynolds* Christopher Regan* Daniel Riordan* Sarah Riley* Amanda Roy* Jessica Sammataro* Renee Sajedian* Joseph Sartor* Lucy Schlink* Sarah Schmitz* Sarah Shea* Nicole Vanasse John Skogerboe* Kelsey Woodworth* Chloe Slater* High Honors Grade 12: Grade 11: Grade 10: Grade 9: Lauren Blanda* Ross Aiello* Jacqueline Albert* Reanna Banker Christian Brown Mitchel Apatow* MacKenzie Angus* Christopher Bovino Julia Burgos* Rachel Banker Alexis Baker* Annika Burgess* Catherine Buxton* Olivia Barth* Christopher Blanchard* Cory Candelet* Anthony Cerino Dawn Bridgham* Dominic Blanchet* Ian Capozzoli Henry Chmielinski Andrea Buck* Edward Bockowski* Christopher Chapman* Amy Clark* Jon Capozzoli James Cerino Andrea Chiaradio* Carlita Cross Claire Chambers* Robert Cornell Patrick Coan* Janna DeFanti* Megan Rose Chapman* Jared DeFanti* Melanie Coffey* Connor Downie James Connelly* Rilee Drake Tessa Colby* Sarah Edelman* Brittany Cordeiro Morgan Eck* Mackensie Crowley* Jordan Estabrooks* Kathryn DaSilva* Katherine Edelman* Matthew DeCarlo Mohamad Yasser Faraj* Spencer Dodd* Casey Fiola* Avery Dodd* Alexis Giordano* Kaitlyn Donch* Kourtnie Fritscher* Douglas Domnarski Caroline Gosselin* Quentin Doyonnas* Victoria Georgetti* Sarah Downie* Abrielle Gouvin* Mohaad Faraj* Elias Gharios* Samantha Duignan* Nicholas Hartley* Jillian Fergione* Peter Guzzo* Courtney Dumais* Dienne Hodge* Emily Hutter* Elizabeth Hobaica* Brenden Gayowski Jacqueline Ingham* Rachel Inzana Emma Holman Kade Gerlach* Stacey Lau* Elizabeth Johnstone* Peter Hoops* Ian Grosso* Sonia Leandro* Drew Lyon* Bri-Ana Johnson Katharine Headley* Aleksa Liaugaudas Benjamin Mazzarese* Alexandra Konicki* Nicholas Herrman* Erik Lorch Marcus McCarthy* Jennifer LaValley* Danielle Jacobs* Benjamin Macko Andrew Melia* Marie Mattano* Forrest Joss* Sean McCaffery Chelsea Miceli* Jennifer McMillan* Mitchell Kezer Katherine McCann* Lindsey Michaels* Evelina Mineikyte* John Klewin Keith McGrath Briana Minicucci* Edward Moran* Collin Larkin* Brendan Murphy* Eva Nelson* Veronica Pacheco* Hannah McMillan* Alexander Nazzaro* Laura Nickerson* Ryanne Paige* Megan McNeil* Justine Nixon* Thea O’Lari* Alexandra Pelt Sophie Moore* Shanna O’Connell Courtney Onorato Hope Rezendes* Evelyn Morgera* Ethan Palmer* Meghan Pettini* Brooke Rixon* Kaitlyn Morin* Lauren Petrie Jennie Poirier* Kyle Roseman* Allison Murphy* Amanda Pope William Romeo* Thaddeus Spencer* Jay Nieuwenhuis* High Honors (continued) Grade 12: Grade 11: Grade 10: Grade 9: Hayden Riley* Geoffrey Roy* Colin Taylor* Amelia Palmer* Angel Rodriguez Matthew Sanford* Lauren Valenti Jaclyn Paride* Kara Salovitz* Sara Santos* Abigail Volk* Edward Peglow* Crystal Shaw* James Shroyer Gabrielle Zelepos* Kiera Petersen* Nichole Shortman* Jacob Steinhoff* Jacob Radack* Kathleen Smith* Emma Sugar* Connor Schrempf* Maxine Smith* Elena Vail* Stephanie Stearns* Sarah Stamm* Alexandra Wickman Samuel Stiger* Anastasia Taylor* Lawrence Wilson Haley Thompson* Luke Tedeschi Jia Jian Wu* Michael Toole* Haley Thibdeau Adam Tran* Russell Towne* Victoria Tsang* Kirstyn Tracey* Aaron Williams* Hillary Ann Wheeler Nathan Williams* Michael Willner Nicholas Woviotis* Honors Grade 12: Grade 11: Grade 10: Grade 9: Rachel Allen Daniel Banker* Austin Almeida* Travis Adams Christina Boucher Madison Bavasso* Morgan Arnold* Jeremy Anunciado Kelly Campbell Duncan Brown Isabelle Calmar* Emily Apatow* Sienna Conti* Ethan Burke Catherine Cavaliere Jeffrey Ball Lucas Cruz* Justin Butler Morgan Conlin* Nicole Banker Allison Desbonnet* Kimberly Chambers Jennifer Conradi* Monica Brooks Colton George Stephanie Collins Nicole Costa* Jessica Butler Michelle Harrison* Jessica Costa Kaylee Donovan* Falecia Cabral* Cara Koons Joseph DeCarlo* Aya Faraj Christopher Chevalier* Madalyn LaBella Samuel Dipollino* Sean Finneran Christina Connor* Michael Macione Sarah Dipollino* Ross Giserman Alexandra Curioso* Paige Nossek* Alexander Fernandes* Jonathan Hayes* Meghan Fabianski Ubaldino Ortiz-Martinez Elizabeth Hutchins* Amy Homand* Colton Faria* Richard Roberts Sarah Johnson* Madeline Kornacki Seth Fiola Keaton Sanborn* Andrew Kawabata Allison Lynch Jared Gray* Erica Scarpa* Victoria LaVista* Thomas Mathews* Keegan Gray* Ryan Staigers Eric LeClair* Uma Mistry* Andrew Janz* Lindsey Sutton* Jessica Magro* Kyle Mola Tyler Kelly* Randy Tomlinson Sarah Morin Jacob Nolan* Jennifer Leandro* Susana Ughetti Randi Parrilla Aubrey O’Neill* Shawn Lenihan Victoria Walters Sarah Point Allissa Porter Cameron Lyon* Brendan Wilkins Sydney Porter* Emily Rubin* Tristan Maiorano* Grace Rezendes* Jacob Schlais Jonathan Mathews Thomas Riordan* Peter Sieczkiewicz Nicole Mitchell Victoria Rodriguez Tyler Singletary Patrick Murphy Mary Shawyer* Matthew Smith Alexander Nolan* Nina Sheffield* Hannah Staley Monica Peterson* Amy Souza Brittany Tassias* Hannah Robinson* Elizabeth Stouch* Jerimy Taylor* Nicholas Silvia James Swenarton* Kelsey Thomas* James Smith* Tori Thomas Collin Williams* Nathan Sollenberger* Victoria Turner* Zane Steele* Michael Vacca Madison Sutton Faye Zelepos* Andrea Tirrell* Kenneth Tracey Joseph Walsh* Mary Wassef Kyle Woodworth* Elena Wostrel* Zachary Woviotis* Jia Wu *Denotes enrollment in an AP and/or Honors class
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