School news and notes

School news and notes

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Locals in college

Boston University, Boston, Mass., has awarded Bonnie Daley a master’s degree in social work, and Erica Matos a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management.

Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa., has announced Eliza Romeyn as part of the class of 2019.

Central Connecticut
State University
, New Britain, has named Meghan DeVille to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Curry College, Milton, Mass., has named Sarina McCoy to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, has named Cassidy Arnold, James Johansen, Charley Pietrzyk and Katherine Stevens to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Elon University, Elon, N.C., has awarded a bachelor’s degree in public health sciences to Anni Garvy.

Also, Garvy was named to the president’s list for the spring semester.

Emmanuel College, Boston, Mass., has named Lauren Badin to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Franklin Pierce
University,
 Rindge, N.H., has named Alyssa Lecza to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Goodwin College, E. Hartford, has named the following students to its president’s list for the spring semester: Jonathan Dalo, Luke LaRue, Sherrill Mallinson, Victoria Dicostanzo, Jeremiah Palmisano, Jaclyn Ochenkowski and Laura Santoro.

Norwich University, Northfield, Vt., has named George Andrew and Naomi Rinaldo to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Also, Rinaldo was awarded a bachelor’s degree in political science.

Roger Williams
University,
 Bristol, R.I., has named Matthew Woznyk to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Roger Williams
University awarded a bachelor’s degree in marine biology to Amelia Bianchi, and a bachelor’s degree in public health to Kelly Brennan.

Saint Michael’s
College, 
Colchester, Vt., has named Demery Coppola and Marissa Berry to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

Also, Berry earned a bachelor’s degree summa cum laude in biochemistry.

Sienna
College, 
Loudonville, N.Y., has named Kyle Farrell to its president’s list for the spring semester.

Simmons
University,
 Boston, Mass., has awarded Meghan St. Amand a bachelor’s degree in science summa cum laude.

Also, St. Amand was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester.

Trinity College, Hartford, has named Natalie Charette to its faculty honors list for the spring semester.

University of Hartford, W. Hartford, has named Holly Longobardi, Aleksander Marczuk and Dena Branciforte to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

University of
New Hampshire,
 Durham, N.H., has named James Peters, Victoria slight and Garrett Puchalski to its dean’s list for the spring semester.

University of New Hampshire has awarded a bachelor’s degree in political science to Patrick McCann, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology to Alexis Giacco.

University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I., has named the following students to its dean’s list for the spring semester: Katelynn Branciforte, Jake Brunelle, Erin Hassmann, Sadie Leiler and Bailey Thayer.

High schoolhonors

Xavier High School Headmaster’s and Principal’s List for 2018-2019 academic year for Durham, Middlefield and Rockfall.

Principal’s List: Cade Buckheit, Jake Woznyk, Justin Child, Benjamin Howell, Timothy Rinaldi, Liam Houchin, Logan Saks, Jason Salley, Ryan Solomon, Ryan Gerry, Joshua Lesniak, Giulio Giuffrida, Peter Schulten, Nico Kulpik, Andrew Liptak, Nathaniel Lowry, Benjamin Pitruzzello.

Headmaster’s List: Owen Cordes, Michael Salley, Blake Courchesne, Justin Patenaude, Rohan Patel, Andrel Correa, Ryan Frier, Aidan Higgins. 

 

School records

The Student Services and Special Education Department of Regional School District 13 will destroy any and all special education/504 records of students who graduated or would have graduated with the Class of 2013. These records may be helpful or necessary for future referrals to Social Security and other state services. These records will be destroyed on Monday, Aug. 19.

If any student, as described above, would like a copy of his/her special education/504 records, he/she must submit a written request for a copy of the records no later than Friday, Aug. 16.

Forward all requests to Scott Rossignol, Director of Student Services and Special Education, Regional School District 13, 135A Pickett Lane, P.O. Box 190, Durham, CT 06422. Call the office of Student Services and Special Education to confirm receipt of request at 860-349-7208.

Adult education

Adult education offers free high school completion programs and English as a second language classes to Durham and Middlefield residents. Enrollment is free and students may register at any time. For more information, call 860-343-6044.

GED tutoring

Free GED tutoring is available at 398 Main St., Middletown. There is no charge for Durham and Middlefield residents. For more information, call 860-343-6044.

 


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