Academic achievements

Bacon and Storey top graduates in ACS Class of 2015

By Joan Lawrence-Bauer
Andes Central School (ACS) announced last week that Torin Bacon is the Valedictorian of the Class of 2015 and Cassandra Storey is the Salutatorian. School Superintendent Dr. Robert Chakar announced that Bacon leads ACS seniors with a grade point average of 95.96 percent and Cassandra finishes her high school career with a 93.75 percent average.
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RCS Honor Roll for third marking period

Roxbury Central School has announced its honor rolls for the third marking period of the 2014 —’15 school year.
Those students earning spots on the Superintendents List include: Grade 5, Myah Johnston; Grade 6, Catherine Jankowski; Grade 7, Erin Garza; Grade 8, Anthony Perazone; Grade 9, Rose Battista, and Christine Ianniello; Grade 10, Kevin Hubbell; Grade 11, Isabel Battista, and Molly O’Brien; Grade 12, Abigail Adams, and Jessica Moore.

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Honor students named at MCS

Margaretville Central School has announced its Honor Rolls for the third marking period of 2014-15 school year.

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MCS girls take awards at Family, Career & Community competition

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Top three MCS seniors pursue lofty higher ed goals

By Joan Lawrence-Bauer
With a debate about the quality of secondary education in New York State raging around them, three Margaretville Central School seniors proved recently that graduation from a rural school with limited resources was no barrier to acceptance at the most prestigious colleges in the country.


MCS Honor Roll announced for second marking period

Margaretville Central School has announced its Honor Roll for 2014-15 second-quarter marking period.


MCS Middle School Awards

Margaretville — Margaret­ville Central School presented its first annual Middle Excellence Awards on February 12.
These are awards for middle grades in the middle of the year (grades 5-8) for highest overall average, most improved, best attendance, school spirit, and quiet influence ( an award for the student who works quietly behind the scenes helping others and making positive contributions to class). This year’s recipients earned pool passes to the Catskill Recreational Center in Arkville.


McGinnis is Delhi college graduate

KathyRae McGinnis of Roxbury graduated in December from the State University of New York College of Technology at Delhi with AA degree in Liberal Arts - General Studies.
SUNY Delhi is a member of the State University of New York, the largest comprehensive university system in the U.S.
For more information about SUNY Delhi, call 800-96-DELHI or visit Delhi’s web site at www.delhi.edu.


RCS Honor Roll announced for second marking period

Roxbury — Roxbury Central School has announced its Honor Rolls for the second marking period of the 2014 -15 school year.
Those students earning a spot on the Superintendent’s List include: Grade 5, Myah Johnston and Kerri Anne Moore; Grade 6, Catherine Jankowski; Grade 8, Emma Hynes, Anthony Perazone and Brendan Reidlinger; Grade 9, Rose Battista and Christine Ianniello; Grade 10, Kevin Hubbell; Grade 11, Isabel Battista and Molly O’Brien; Grade 12, Jessica Moore and Shannon Sprague.


MCS lists college acceptances for seniors Bruno and Mathiesen

Margaretville — Margaretville Central School officials announced this week that Eric Mathiesen will be attending SUNY Cobleskill for the Fall 2015 semester and that Cora Bruno has been accepted at the Albany College of Pharmacy for the Fall 2015 semester.


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