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September 20, 2018

Birdlebough Juniors and Seniors Receive End-Of-The-Year Awards


John C Birdlebough juniors and seniors received thousands of dollars in scholarships at their end-of-the-year awards ceremony.

Jolen Zaia and Emma Discenza show their excitement over their scholarship awards. Zaia receives the University of Rochester Frederick Douglas and Susan B. Anthony Award, which recognizes her leadership and dedication to her community as well as academic excellence in humanities and social sciences. Discenza receives the LeMoyne College College Heights Award, which recognizes her academic achievements as well as service to the community.

Jolen Zaia and Emma Discenza show their excitement over their scholarship awards. Zaia receives the University of Rochester Frederick Douglas and Susan B. Anthony Award, which recognizes her leadership and dedication to her community as well as academic excellence in humanities and social sciences. Discenza receives the LeMoyne College College Heights Award, which recognizes her academic achievements as well as service to the community.

Principal Gregory Molloy congratulated the students on their tremendous efforts and expressed his pride in the district in regards to the senior prank that occurred that morning; seniors surprised the teachers in the school parking lot and charged them each $1 to park their vehicle.

The money raised was donated to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital in Syracuse.

“There is something really special about Phoenix and this community,” said Molloy.

He encouraged the seniors to always remember where they came from.

The Triple “C” Award is presented on behalf of the New York State Office of the Attorney General (Eric T. Schneiderman) and recognizes commitment of a student to better himself, his school and his community; Wyatt Parker was the recipient of this year’s award.

Jonathan Schmidt poses for a photo with his parents and his University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Award, which recognizes him for his academic excellence in science and amounts to $30,000 over the course of four years.

Jonathan Schmidt poses for a photo with his parents and his University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Award, which recognizes him for his academic excellence in science and amounts to $30,000 over the course of four years.

The Herff Jones, Inc. “Believe in You” Principal’s Award exemplifies the ability to combine academic excellence and exemplary leadership in school and community activities. The student leader honored this year was Maria Musumeci.

The following financial awards were also recognized:

St. Lawrence University Book Award – Marisa Dona; Clarkson University Leadership Award – Kellen Arnold; LeMoyne College Heights Award – Emma Discenza; University of Rochester Xerox Innovation & Information Technology Award – Sarah Hoag; Wells College 21st Century Leadership Award – Brianna Ball; RIT Computing Medal & Scholarship Awards – Mackenzi Berube and Jordan Jock; Student Sage Award Winners – Morgan Stobart and Abigail Venskus; University of Rochester Frederick Douglas & Susan B. Anthony Award – Jolene Zaia; University of Rochester Bausch & Lomb Award – Jonathan Schmidt; University of Rochester George Eastman Young Leaders Award & Scholarship – Derick White; Clarkson University Achievement Award – Michael Sadoski; Elmira College Key Awards – Christopher Nicolella and Lauren Porter; Rensselaer Medal Award – Zachary Van Gorder.

Principal Gregory Molloy presents Wyatt Parker with the Triple “C” Award on behalf of the New York State Office of the Attorney General, Eric T. Schneiderman.

Principal Gregory Molloy presents Wyatt Parker with the Triple “C” Award on behalf of the New York State Office of the Attorney General, Eric T. Schneiderman.

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