St. John The Apostle School Graduates 48 Students

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CLARK—St. John the Apostle School in Clark held eighth grade graduation on Friday, June 5.  Sister Donna Marie O’Brien awarded the diplomas to 48 graduates and Reverend Father Robert McBride presented the diplomas.

Diplomas were awarded to the following students:

Sebastian Acevedo, Karla Maria Alvarez, Juliana Balabusta, Stephen John Bara, Barbara Diana S. Borges, Kathryn Lynn Bricki, Peter D. Brine, Christine Lynn Campanelli, Casey Joan Chrobak, Austin Colish, Antonella Crescimbeni, Michael William Davis, Michael Alan Eastman, Jesse Egoavil, Caitlin Anne Fagan, Samantha Fitzmaurice, Edwin P. Ford, Danille A. Franklin, Jacqualyn Vieira Freire, Amanda Casy Fullem,

Krzysztof  J. Goryca, Alec Sean Kellish, Patrick Michael Kellish, Ashley Nicole Keyworth, Anthony Majuri, Amanda Patrice McKnight, Ryan John McSharry, Christina Marie Mendes, Peter Miazga, Brianna Nicole Monaco, Kaitlyn Frances Murray, Kellie Arlene Orcutt, Stephen Paul Pienciak, Kelli Ann Pirozzoli, John Edward Radil, Gabriella Marie Resende, Erin Julia Ann Roach, Rebeccah Danielle Rodger,

Matthew Michael Schumacher, Ryan Joseph Sexton, Brianna Lynn Skuriat, Melissa Sporer, Jacqueline Stiles, Cezary David Szczepankiewicz, Derek M. Szymonifka, Amanda Elizabeth Szyszkiewicz, Tyler Joseph Wands, Angelika Wilczek.

Special awards were presented to the following students:

A bronze medal was awarded to Erin Julia Ann Roach for the third highest average in the Class of 2009.  The silver medal was awarded to Ryan Joseph Sexton, for the second highest average in the Class of 2009, and a gold medal was presented to Cezary David Szczepankiewicz for the highest average in the Class of 2009.

Gold Medals for excellence were presented to Amanda Patrice McKnight for Religion, Cezary David Szczepankiwecz for Language Arts, Ryan Joseph Sexton for Mathematics, Brianna Lynn Skuriat for Reading, Erin Julia Ann Roach for Science, Ryan John McSharry for Social Studies, Danielle A. Franklin for Spanish, Stephen Paul Pienciak for Computer Science, Smantah Fitzmaurice for Art.

Gold medals were presented Peter D. Brine for the most enthusiasm and participation in the music program, to Tyler Joseph Wands for outstanding performance in physical education, and for the most school spirit in the Class of 2009, a gold medal was awarded to Rebeccah Danielle Rodger.

Monetary gifts were presented from the Rosary Society for the most improved in Mathematics to Matthew Michael Schumacher and Catilin Anne Pagan.

In memory of Violet E. Kennedy, a $500 scholarship was presented to Jacqueline Stiles.

In memory of Jeffrey C. Ford, a monetary gift of $100 was presented to Brianna Lynn Skuriat.

In honor of Margaret and John Kiernan, a $100 scholarship was presented to Danielle A. Franklin.

In memory of Michael Hartnett monetary awards were given to the student having the three highest grade point averages in the graduating Class of 2009.  The highest grade point average was awarded to Cezary David Szczepankiewicz, the second highest grade point average was awarded to Ryan Joseph Sexton, and the third highest grade point average was awarded to Erin Julia Ann Roach.

In memory of Miss Jane C. Kiernan, a $250 book scholarship for the student who excelled in social studies.  The scholarship was awarded to Juliana Balabusta.

The Alumni Association of St. John the Apostle $100 scholarship was awarded to Ashley Nicole Keyworth.

Smiling Graduates – St. John the Apostle School commencement ceremony was held on June 5th graduating 48 eighth grade students.  Pictured here are: Cezary David Szczepankiewicz, recipient of the gold medal for academic excellence, Erin Julia Ann Roach, recipient of the bronze medal for academic excellence and Ryan Joseph Sexton, recipient of the silver medal for academic excellence.  (Photo courtesy of St. John the Apostle School)


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