The Dallas post. (Dallas, Pa.) 19??-200?, May 06, 2012, Image 10

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Sunday, May 6, 2012
Top-performing students at Dallas Elementary School were recognized by the Accelerated Reader
Program. From left, first row, are Moustafa Almeky, Tabbytha Greene, Maxine DeRome, Nick White-
sell, Cassidy Muldoon, Mira Patel, Matthew Metzloff. Second row, Mr. Thomas Duffy, principal; Ryan
Hulbert, Joelle Serafin, Ann Metzloff, Olivia Kimmerle, Drake Dettore, Lauren Hudak, Kelly Whalen,
Reading Specialist.
Receiving Mountaineer Moment Awards at a recently assembly held at Dallas Elementary School
are, from left, seated, Megan Sinoraki, Tabbytha Greene, Maddie Arthur, Billy Robbins. Second row,
Ms. Kelly Whalen, DJ Brocious, Mrs. Erin Moreck, Ms. Nancy Shaw, Mrs. Romayne Mosier, Moustafa |
Almeky, Mr. Thomas Duffy, principal.
Plenty of student award winners at Middle School Assembly
Dallas Middle School re-
cently held its third quarter
Awards Assembly where stu-
dents were recognized for
earning honor roll status and
for participation in spring
Top-performing students in
the school-wide Accelerated
nized. The program also in-
cluded the presentation of the
quarterly Mountaineer Mo-
ment Awards. The Mountain-
Reader Program were recog-
eer Moment Awards are part
of a school-wide positive, pro-
social behavior program that
allows all students, faculty
and staff to nominate any oth-
er student, faculty or staff
member in the school as a re-
sult of a positive experience
or observation.
The award is presented to
those individuals who contrib-
ute to the middle school and
who have been nominated.
Over 100 nominations were
submitted for the third quar-
Holy Redeemer honor roll listed
Mrs. Anita Sirak, principal of
Holy Redeemer High School,
Wilkes-Barre, announces the fol-
lowing Back Mountain students
have attained High Honors and/
or Honors for the third quarter
Allison Banks, Shaina Dough-
erty, David Gawlas, Matthew
Geraghty, Jessica Kreidler,
Matthew Collins, Maria Sara
Kopczynski, Brendan Leahigh,
Michael Morrison, Matthew
Slavoski, Joseph Szczechowicz,.
Brian Banas, Megan Banks,
Michael Boland, Michael Boris,
Casey Carty, Elizabeth DiGio-
vine, Dominique Falzone, Mi-
chele Fromel, Carl Gross, Tyler
Kukosky, Christine Scavone, Ni-
cole Slavoski, Donald Stephens,
Michael Banas, Ariana Bren-
nan, Ryan English, Alexandra
Griswold, Paige Makowski,
Alyssa Miller.
Vincent Amarando, Geetika
Khanna, Nicholas McCarroll.
Brian Geraghty, Emily Kabal-
ka, John Kane, Margarete Ku-
Jared Kukosky, Devin Phillips, David Tomaszewski. kosky, Chase Makowski, Sara
Christina Pino, Eric Ringsdorf, FRESHMEN Mirra, Lucille Reilly, Patrick Se-
Kirby Smith, Raymond Stem- Jamie Carty, Robert Dougher- rine, and Zoe Zarola.
rich, Tara Stephens, Michael ty, Michael Gatusky, Maria FRESHMEN
Terninko, Erin Williams, and Khoudary. Thomas Calpin, Jennifer
Olivia furad, Ringsdorf, Adriana Wesolowski.
SCHOOL BRIEFS information, call 270-2192.
LL Band alumni tainment by the Alumni Blue Sem SENIOLS
plan reunion meeting Bendandthe Nitanyliona plan recital
A reunion meeting for alum- Registration is at 11 a.m. Wyoming Seminary student
ni members of the Lakedelr in Pavilion M with lunch and musicians will present the :
man Band i be held at 6:30. iertainment from noontiol. . annual Farewell/ Senior Recital
p.m. on We esday, May 9 at p.m. Penn State Party is at 3 at 4 p.m. on Friday, May 25 in
Grotto Pizza, Harveys Lake. p.m. in Pavilion L. the Great Hall of Wyoming
Jin Open House is planned. “admission js $20 for adults ~ Seminary, 228 Wyoming Ave,
oad A ply 8 € and $10 for children. Both just north of Kingston Corners.
ein to Sl or can include 2 $10 food /7ide bool, Te giudents Will perionn
be eit io Loli Bir let. PSU lunch only is $10. | their favorite pieces for the last
Alumni, c/o Virginia Piatt Ide Penn State Day t-shirts willbe time as Sem Studenss.
65 Boyle Road, Dallas, PA Sold for $10. The performance is free and
18612 : ? Reservations are due by open to the public. For more
Yor more information, con- Friday, April 27 by calling 386- information, cell 270.2192.
tact Ginny Piatt Ide at 639- 6262.
2587 or gmide@ or DHS (Class of 1987
Mary Beth Duff Tomko at Sem Dance Company
PSU Day at Knoebel's
Amusement Park
Several Penn State Alumni
Societies from Northeast Penn-
sylvania will offer a day at
Knoebel's Amusement Park on
Saturday, May 12 for 2012 Penn
State Day.
The day will include enter-
sets performance
The Wyoming Seminary
Dance Company will present
its annual performance, titled
“Dance Portraits,” at 8 p.m. on
Friday, May 11 and Saturday,
May 12 in the Buckingham
Performing Arts Center, North
Sprague Avenue, Kingston.
The performance is free and
open to the public. For more
plans reunion
The Dallas High School
Class of 1987 is planning its
25th anniversary class reunion
for Friday, July 27 at The
Checkerboard Inn.
Any class member who has
moved from the area or wants
to confirm that they are on the
mailing list can e-mail Staci
(Robbins) Miller at left-
Ross Elementary School Students of the Building for the month of April have been recognized
for their citizenship, academics and/or improvement. They are, from left, first row, Chase Purdy,
Brandon Ritinski, Jayden Billotti, Logan Billotti, Jayden Berry, Jasen Lobacz. Second row, LeeAnn
Bauer, third-grade teacher; Paige Eiswerth, Emma Stroud, Morgan Weaver, Sarah Rood, Maclyn
Vasey, Nicholas Mrochko, Antonio Carey, David Ferrey, Jennifer Welby, fourth-grade teacher; and
Donald James, principal. Absent at the time of the photo was Sarayah Smith.
Orientation program planned at DM
Dallas Middle School will hold
its annual orientation program
for parents of current fifth-grade
students at 7 p.m. on Monday,
May 14 in the middle school audi-
Principal Thomas Duffy will
overview the sixth-grade curricu-
lum and overall middle school
culture. Middle school guidance
counselors Raelene Daring and
Michael Shevock will discuss the
role of the guidance department
at the middle school.
A question and answer session
will also be included. The hour-
long auditorium program will be
followed with small group tours
of the building.
All parents of current fifth-
grade students who will attend
the middle school next school
year are encouraged to attend.
This program is for parents as
the student program will be con-
ducted separately on May 14 dur-
ing the school day. An orientation
program for all other transfer stu-
dents will be held in August.
Planning an orientation program at the Dallas Middle School are,
from left, Thomas Duffy, principal; Shelly Maransky, secretary;
Lynn Wilson, secretary; Raelene Daring, guidance counselor and
Michael Shevock, guidance counselor.
Piotr Chrzanowski
Jarod J. Ciehoski
Jolisa Raquel Copeman
Miranda Evan Dembowski
Kayla D. Denmon
Karli Ann Doran
Michael Robert Ego
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