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September 24, 2018

OMS Eighth Graders Enjoy Academic Success


OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego Middle School year-end awards assembly placed several students in the spotlight.

This year, Principal Bonnie Finnerty and Assistant Principal Roseanne Bayne presented the Oswego Middle School Academic Excellence Awards to Mike Crisafulli, Sarah Mancuso, Dylan Lavner, Alyssa Ferreira, Mackenzie Palmer and Victoria Jaskula.

One of the highlights of the ceremony was the presentation of the President’s Award for Educational Excellence.

Oswego Middle School students worked diligently in academics this year and the fruit of their efforts was obvious with the students earning the award.

At the year-end assembly Oswego Middle School eighth graders receiving Academic Excellence Awards included (from left) Mike Crisafulli, Sarah Mancuso, Dylan Lavner, Alyssa Ferreira, Mackenzie Palmer and Victoria Jaskula.

At the year-end assembly Oswego Middle School eighth graders receiving Academic Excellence Awards included (from left) Mike Crisafulli, Sarah Mancuso, Dylan Lavner, Alyssa Ferreira, Mackenzie Palmer and Victoria Jaskula.

This year’s recipients included Christina Abare, Kaleb Allen, Jacob Annal, Kaleb Astoria, Joseph Bertonneau, Nicholas Bertsch, Chelsea Beshures, Nick Bonacorsi, Nicole Brown, Allison Burnett, Vanessa Burns, Alison Bush, Brandon Canale, and Cameron Caruso, Erin Chetney, Kelly Chetney, Catherine Clancy, Emily Cole, Joseph Corradino, Joshua Costo, Nicholas Costo, Duane Crapser II, Michael Crisafulli, David Culeton, Dylan Currier, Lauren Dafoe, Marisa Dashner, Vincent Debiase, McKenzie Demong, Matthew DiFabio, James Dillon, Thomas Dillon, Brian Dodge, and Colton Dryden.

Others earning this recognition included Kathryne Dufore, Lisette Dufore, Brianna Favata, Alyssa Ferreira, Andrea Folgherait, Jeremy Galvin, Nicholas Gazda, Austin Gentile, Matthew Getman, Ariana Gilbert, Gavin Gilbert, Joshua Gillard, Tess Gordon, Brien Gorman, Nathaniel Harrington, Alexa Healy, Emily Henderson, Carly Hewitt, Taylor Higgins, Chase Izyk, Zachary Jadus, Joshua Jasewicz, Victoria Jaskula, Frederick Johnson, Paige Johnson, Sydney Jones, Travis Kearns, Courtney Kelly, Mackenzie King, Dylan Lavner, Cooper Levine, Jason Lowery, Rachel Lubinga, Sarah Mancuso, Sydney Mangano, Kennen McBrearty, Benjamin McElroy, Liam McMahon, Elisabeth Michaud, and Nathan Miller.

The remainder of the students earning the award were Dylan Morgia, Thomas Morrison Jr., Maddison Neuland, Kyle Norton, Mackenzie Palmer, Gordon Pan, Lauren Peel, Cortnie Purce, Victoria Race, Emilea Reiner, Jonah Restuccio, Jessica Reynolds, Grant Richmond, Connor Riley, Caleb Roy, Daniel Ryan, Deanna Santiago, Carmyn Santore, Brandon Schultzkie, Nadia Serrano, Kayla Sharkey, Tyler Sheffield, Makela Sloan, Sarah Stoebner, David Tepfenhart, Nicole Torres, Cheyenne Tunaley, Melissa Valentine, John Carlo Verceles, Jeff Wallace II, Leah Weiss, Catherine Wells, Elizabeth Westcott and Connor Wolfe.

There were several young ladies who earned the GEMS distinction as this award symbolizes “Girls Excelling in Math and Science.”

Among the recipients of this honor were Chelsea Beshures, Nicole Brown, Erin Chetney, Catherine Clancy, Emily Cole, Lauren Dafoe, Marisa Dashner, Katelynn Davis, Kathryne Dufore, Lisette Dufore, Taylor Falls, Brianna Favata, Alyssa Ferreira, Tess Gordon, Alexa Healy, Victoria Jaskula, Sydney Jones, Sarah Mancuso, Sydney Mangano, Elisabeth Michaud, Maddison Neuland, Mackenzie Palmer, Emilea Reiner, Madison Rhoades, Deanna Santiago, Carmyn Santore, Kayla Sharkey, Sarah Stoebner, Leah Weiss and Catherine Wells.

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