Dolce named to spring semester dean’s list
Victoria Dolce of Jamestown was named to the spring dean’s list at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Dolce is a nursing major. To make the dean’s list, students must earn a semester GPA of 3.20 or higher.
Lawn Avenue School announces graduates
The Lawn Avenue School list of 2011 graduates included Ian Archibald, Samara Ayvazian-Hancock, Owen Baertlein, Allison Baldwin, Alexander Bew, Cecilia Bratton, Jarrett Brazil, Emily Brewer, Brianna Bryer, C. Hailey Cassidy and Robert Cassidy.
Also, John Chamberlain, Truman Christie, Caleb Clouatre, Shelby Coppinger, Ian Delmonico, Finn Dwyer, Jared Enos, Connor Ferguson, Brad Flood, Ryan Geib, Jacob Gillis, Sadie Haun, Emily Kallfelz, Mason Kelly, Elisabeth LaMantia, Jaime Leonard, Grace Lynn and Courtney MacIntyre.
Also, Delaney Maguire, Mariah Messinger, Claire Murphy-Gara, Zachary Neronha, Michael Pratt, Benjiman Roach, Natalia Shea, Natasha Shein, Abigail Shukan, Nellie Tamboe, Jacquelyn Tantimonaco, Molly Tiexiera, Natalie Toland, Charles Tregenza, Antonio Varrecchione, Dimitri Varrecchione and Joshua Winkler.
Lawn Avenue School announces honor roll
Lawn Avenue School recently announces its Excellence in Effort students for the fourth quarter.
Exemplary Effort students included seventh-graders Robert Haberland, Stephen Cirella, Emma Dorau, Jamie Gillette, Jay Patel, Noah Simmons and Rachel Warner; and eighth-graders Hailey Cassidy, Shelby Coppinger, Zach Nerohna, Abigail Shukan, Natalie Toland, Samara Avyazian-Hancock, Ceceila Bratton, Finn Dwyer, Emily Kallfelz and Libby LaMantia.
High Effort students included seventh-graders LeighAnn Rodgers, Kirsten Grismer, Jessy Pri miano, Lily Wright, Lucia Bolibruch, Lexi Brayman, Lauren Grismer, Emily Schott and Gabriel Zelaya- Rincon; and eighth-grader Allie Baldwin.
Notable Effort students included seventh-graders Catherine Caswell, Findlay Mulligan and Teddy Roberts; and eighth-grader Courtney MacIntrye.
Lawn Avenue School names award winners
Lawn Avenue School announced its 2011 Honors Awards. The winners were: the Founder’s Award was presented to Natasha Shein and Caleb Clouatre; Overall Excellence in English Award, Elisabeth LaMantia and Zachary Neronha; Excellence in Science Award, Emily Kallfelz and Zachary Neronha; Excellence in Mathematics Award, Abigail Shukan and John Chamberlain; Excellence in Foreign Languages Award, Elisabeth LaMantia and Zachary Neronha; Excellence in Social Studies Award, Samara Ayvazian-Hancock and Zachary Neronha.
Also, the Junior American Citizenship Award was presented to Nellie Tamboe and Zachary Neronha; Ida Richard’s Warrior Heart, Shelby Coppinger and Brad Flood; Principal’s Award, Molly Tiexiera and Courtney MacIntyre; Mary Stearns McGaughan Compassion Towards Animals Award, Zachary Neronha; School Store Manager Award, John Perrotti; Marc Frade Award for Excellence in Fine Arts, Hailey Cassidy and Michael Pratt; Rhode Island Art Educators Association Awards, Sam Cowan, Hope Benson, Caroline Crabtree, Abby Bratton, Lily Wright, Lucia Bolibruch, Jamie Gillette, Allison Baldwin, Elisabeth LaMantia and Caleb Clouatre.
Also, the Conanicut Island Art Association was presented to Matthew Dale, Grace Gaynor, Emily Schott and Abigail Shukan; Matt Allen Memorial Visual Art Award, Mason Kelly; Velma Moore Memorial Award, Rachael Warner. Perfect Attendance for the Year, Gavin Wagner, Ethan Holt, Kyle Rafferty, Kieran McCarthy, Brooke Warner, Jay Patel, Shelby Coppinger and Zachary Neronha; Friends of Philomenian Library Award, Owen Baertlein and Jared Enos; Shining Star Award, Molly Tiexiera and Natasha Shein; Jamestown Educational Support Personnel Award, Ryan Geib; Band Achievement Award, Zachary Neronha; Excellence in Solo Vocalist Award, Natalie Toland; Band Director’s Award, Elisabeth LaMantia; Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award, Emily Kallfelz; Best All-Around Musician Award, Emily Brewer; Quincy Jones Musicianship Award, Jared Enos; Physical Education and Good Sportsmanship Award, Emily Kallfelz and Ryan Geib; Ali Dunn-Packer Memorial Scholarship Award, Natalie Toland and Joshua Winkler; Renaissance Man Award, Natalie Toland and Ryan Geib; and the Highest Academic Achievement Award, Elisabeth LaMantia and Zachary Neronha.
Condon graduates from Boston University
Maeve Condon of Jamestown recently graduated from Boston College with a bachelor’s degree in history. Some 3,700 undergraduate and graduate students were awarded degrees at the college’s commencement exercises held on May 23.
Huffine graduates with environmental degree
Islander Holly C. Huffine received her bachelor’s degree during the commencement ceremonies of Hobart and William Smith Colleges on May 15. Huffine is the daughter of Ellen G. Noble and majored in environmental studies and public policy studies.
Leonard graduates from Ithaca College
Sara Leonard, the daughter of David Leonard and April Leonard of Jamestown, graduated from Ithaca College’s School of Humanities and Sciences last month.
Mahoney named to semester’s dean’s list
Molly Mahoney of Jamestown was named the spring dean’s list at Franklin & Marshall College. She attended high school at the Lincoln School and is the daughter of Michael and Sara Mahoney. In order to be eligible for the dean’s list, a student much achieve a 3.25 or better grade point average.
Northeastern names Miniutti to dean’s list
Islander Emily Miniutti was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Northeastern University. Miniutti is majoring in business administration. To be named to the dean’s list at the university, students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 with no grad lower than a C-.