Maple Hill Jr/Sr High School – Students of the Quarter
Zachary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Chittenden, was nominated for being a dedicated student who is always prepared for class. Zachary was a member of the modified soccer team and is thinking of doing track and field in the spring. Zachary does plan on attending college but is unsure at this time what he would like to study.
Caoimhe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tyrell, was nominated for always being prepared for class and always goes above and beyond what is expected. Caoimhe is a member of All County and drama club and enjoys playing soccer and softball. Caoimhe plans to go to college, but at this time is unsure what she will pursue.
Tyler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Marino, was nominated for being a conscientious student who always works diligently. Tyler enjoys his coding class because it is different from his other classes; he enjoys trying to figure things out on his own. Tyler plans on attending college but is unsure at this time what he would like to study.
Alexis, daughter of Ms. Katherine Smith, was nominated for being an asset to class discussions and is an absolute pleasure to work with. Alexis really likes the schedule and enjoys History class the most. After high school, Alexis would like to attend college to become a history teacher, likely at the high school level.
Mia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Fleck, II, was nominated for being a highly motivated student who is a positive role model for her peers. Mia is a member of the soccer, basketball, softball, Key Club, SADD, and the mental health committee. After high school, Mia would like to go to college for nursing with a goal of being a nurse anesthetist.
Noah, son of Mr. Hans Albanese, was nominated for being an all-around outstanding young man. Noah participates in cross country, outdoor track and field, newspaper club, international club, key club and jazz band. After traveling, he wants to attend college to study political science and history.
News from Averill Park CSD
The Kiwanis Builders Club at Algonquin Middle School set a goal of raising $250 for the Juvenile Diabetes Challenge. Students surpassed their initial goal and raised more than $550 for the cause! Way to go everyone!
The District is highlighting school related professionals who go above and beyond each quarter. For quarter one, honorees include Ray Perricone, Jennifer Radigan, Penny Terk, Stacy Levesque, Kelly Owens, Adreinne Doin, Keri Davis, Mary Paris, Connie McCullen and Staff, Marcia Esser, Kevin Beale, Mary Jane Orecki and Ken Keith. Congratulations to all, we appreciate your hard work and dedication!
Sixth grade students in the Medical Explorations class had an opportunity to learn about careers in the medical field from several guest speakers. Thank you to Bryon Backenson, Denise Nero, Lisa Frankoski and Cassandra Madson for taking time out of their busy schedules to present to our students, who could very well follow in their footsteps.
As always, for the latest news from the District, please visit our website – averillpark.k12.ny.us. You can also follow AP on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Submitted by Dr. James Franchini, Averill Park CSD Superintendent
Mission: Meeting the needs of and creating opportunities for every student every day. #AP_EveryStudentEveryDay
Algonquin Middle School – Warriors of the Month
Each month teachers at Algonquin Middle School recognize students who demonstrate outstanding citizenship and work habits.
Students are selected for these honors based on the Algonquin “Warrior Way,” a set of three guiding principles that focus on respect for self and others, putting forth personal best effort in all activities and working to make our school and community a better place each day.
Congratulations go out to the students listed below for their outstanding contributions to the Algonquin Middle School community during the month of November:
Grade 6 Warrior Way Students:
Tyler Bradley, Katherine Buttaci, Jadyn Chamberlain, Madelynn Collins, Cadyn Denue, Parker Dupuis, Jonathan Houser, Sierra Iwaneczko, Casey Rizzo, Alexa Ruppe
Grade 7 Warrior Way Students:
Declan Flanigan, Elizabeth Hansen, Rory McCue, Sydney Meeks, Talia Moore, Rachael Strickland
Grade 8 Warrior Way Students:
Brady Battista, Thomas Biette, Matthew Dangler, Rachel Hudspath, Madisyn Locci, Tatiana Tuneu
Registration for Community Education programs is open!
Averill Park Community Education released its Fall 2019 calendar of classes in the Advertiser and online (www.familyid.com). This “Fall” session includes classes that run between September and January. Register in whatever way is easiest for you: online, through the mail or in person at the AP School District Office.
We’ve got some great new programs, as well as our fabulous returning ones! Corrections to the paper brochure (all changes have been made on Family ID):
· Chair Yoga (Wednesdays) runs 5:30-6:30p.m.
· Zumba Gold (Wednesdays) runs 6:30-7:30p.m. in the WSL Cafeteria
· Introduction to Ballroom & Social Dancing (Thursdays) runs 7:00-8:30p.m.
· Family Yoga (Tuesdays) runs 6:30-7:30p.m.