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September 19, 2018

Hannibal High School’s Top 10 Seniors Recognized


HANNIBAL, NY – Many years of hard work have paid off for the graduating seniors in school districts all over Oswego County.

Members of the Top 10 pose for a picture and share their college plans. From left to right: Superintendent Donna Fountain, Taylor Beckwith (Hillsdale College), Adrienne Shortslef (Albany College of Pharmacy), Brooke Wiggins (SUNY Oswego), Molly Downing (CCC and SUNY Geneseo), Chrissy King (CCC), Erica Weldin (Sienna College), Sam Familo (SUNY Cortland), Board President Mike LaFurney and Jim Chupaila.

Members of the Top 10 pose for a picture and share their college plans. From left to right: Superintendent Donna Fountain, Taylor Beckwith (Hillsdale College), Adrienne Shortslef (Albany College of Pharmacy), Brooke Wiggins (SUNY Oswego), Molly Downing (CCC and SUNY Geneseo), Chrissy King (CCC), Erica Weldin (Siena College), Sam Familo (SUNY Cortland), Board President Mike LaFurney and Jim Chupaila.

On Wednesday night at Hannibal’s Board of Education meeting, the top 10 students in the senior class were recognized by the board.

“I’m pleased to be here this evening to recognize the students in the class of 2013,” said Jim Chupaila Hannibal’s interim principal, “who after four years of dedication and hard work are in the position of being in the top 10.”

The honored students are: Taylor Beckwith (Valedictorian), Adrienne Shortslef (Salutatorian), Brooke Wiggins, Megan O’Connor, Molly Downing, Christine King, Erica Weldin, Colleen Clary, Cal Weigand, and Samantha Familo.

The students who were present were each announced and received a round of applause.

“These are students have worked very hard throughout their entire careers at school, not just in high school,” said Chupaila. “I would also like to congratulate the families who support these kids along the way.”

One Response “Hannibal High School’s Top 10 Seniors Recognized”

  1. Theresa Familo
    June 14, 2013 at 7:24 pm

    Siena College is misspelled. It only has 1 N.

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