AND THEN THERE WERE TWO

THE STUDENTS OF

MRS. BARNFIELD & MR. HEITMANN

STUDENT SALUTE PAGE #3

2002*2003 

2003*2004

2004*2005

2005*2006

2006*2007

2007*2008

2008*2009

2009*2010

2010*2011

  2011*2012  

 



STUDENTS THAT HAVE A STARAFTER THEIR NAME ACHIEVED

"STUDENT OF THE MONTH"

STUDENTS WITH A LAMP NEXT TO THEIR NAME WERE INDUCTED INTO

THE NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

Waving Smiley = Had Sibling! (Keeping it in the Family!

Keeping the memory of a student who has gone home to God

STUDENTS' NAMES THAT ARE UNDERLINED WERE CHOSEN AS

"BEST ALL-AROUND"

2002-2003

Section 7-11

Mr. Heitmann's Class

Amanda Behr

Travis Breitenbruck

Amanda Conklin

Katie Curtis

Karl Dickson

Jillian Edel

Kim Harder

Chris Hildebrandt

Eric Hopcroft

Heather Ivins

Trevor Jones

Zack Jones

Kaleigh Kawa

Dan Kenworthy

Nicole Lindenbaum

Meghan Lindstrom

Kurt Loftus

Erin Magee

Julie Matsutani

Terry McMahon

Heather Murphy

Laurelyn Pearson

Kaitlyn Priestly

Steve Quinn

Abbie Redling

Justin Roberts

Pedro Serrano

Chelsea Smith

Starri Stark

Ramon Vega

Melissa Walling

Section 7-12

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

Emilyn Aguilar

Heather Barreto

Brandon Batzel

National Honor Society H.S.

Tracy Berner

Alyssa Brown

Joe Buono

Mike Colabella

National Honor Society H.S.

Gina Columbus

Shay Costello

National Honor Society H.S.

Matt Cuccinello

Jackie Daniels

Joey Favia

Jessica Fontana

Alex Gori

Erin Griffith

Amanda Hawkins

Danielle Holcomb

Brittany Irvine

Alyssa Machette

National Honor Society H.S.

Jake Morris

Jessica Natalewicz

Amy Nelson

Ryan Parks

Ryan Ross

Dennis Ruffe

Corinne Serafin

Nicole Simonetti

Andrew Smith

Jamie Vogel

Mike Winters

"WELCOME TO SEVENTH GRADE"...a very familiar greeting for our students. This group of students was the first to experience a two person team with Mrs. Barnfield and Mr. Heitmann. MANY new projects had been prepared for them; many old projects had new twists. Though it all, a strong bond was formed with the many students. They received old standbys such as: We Didn't Start the Fire, The Wedding, The Trial, The Constitution Report, Puttin' on the Hits and others. However, new projects such as THE WAR PROJECT, Human Reproduction classes  TITANIC and Name The Film were added to create a new approach to the marking periods. Finally, "TRIBUTE" was added to the roster of projects that would make oral speaking the biggest challenge of the year.

This group watched their country go to war and end terror in Iraq. they sent greetings and supplies to soldiers protecting our country. They compared Charlie Chaplin films to Whoopi Goldberg films. Hindu and Greek weddings were their theme. Their trials re-boarded Titanic. Movie Trivia was a graded project. New York City at Christmas was an adventure. Meeting a Holocaust survivor brought history home.The War Project taught about American sacrifice and bravery. "Coulda', Woulda', Shoulda' " brought new meaning to rewards. Frere' Jaques forced them to sing a capella.And the plastic dookie.  =) ...SORRY BOYS    

A nice group of students that walked out of our classes on June 26th hopefully getting more than they bargained for during the academic year. We hope they enjoyed having us as their teachers as much as we enjoyed having them.

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PRESIDENT: JESSICA NATALEWICZ

VICE-PRESIDENT: ANDREW SMITH 

TREASURER: MATT CUCCINELLO

8th Grade Promotion 2004

BEST ATHLETE BOYS' SIDE OF THE GYM: MATT CUCCINELLO

TEACHERS' CHOICE AWARD: JESSICA NATALEWICZ  

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: Brandon Batzel- Valedictorian   



2003-2004

Section 7-11

Mr. Heitmann's Class

Dana Akerberg

Kristen Amidon

National Honor Society H.S.  

Gillian Buono

Anthony Carchio

Katie Card

Brittany Clark

Katie Cook

Jenna Dattolo

Alex Daudier

Bryan Dzugan

Josh Harper

Danny Hayden

Justin Joseph

Jon Kontovas

Bobby Koste

Josh Lyons

Rich Macklin

Lindsey Mangogna

Lauren Marchetti

Joe Marciano

Danielle Marra

Stephen McNelis

Alexis Morano-Buell

National Honor Society H.S.

Ryan Murrin

Maggie Murtagh

Morgan Pannullo 

Stacey Perdek

Jon Reed

Pete Savage

Ross Seervai

Ryan Sibole

Donald Thompsett

Justin Wagner

Kevin Watson

Jimmie Whalen

Section 7-12

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

Jessica Broyer

Anthony Busby

Dan Durnian

Courtney Evan

National Honor Society H.S.

Natalie Ficetola

Joe Foderaro

Dan Gagliardi

Kelly Garrido

Anthony Giannini

Joe Goble

Chelsea Greenstein

National Honor Society H.S.

Colleen Grosse

National Honor Society H.S.

Jesse Hallock

National Honor Society H.S.

Melinda Hudson

Carly Koziol

Nick LaGrou

Marajke Masters

Carissa Natalewicz

National Honor Society H.S.

Mike Neigel

Alyssa Perrotti

Frank Poalillo

Dana Venerable

National Honor Society H.S.

Justin Wahlers

This was the last group to walk down the hallway  of the "New Wing" to be greeted by us. They came down that hallway not knowing what was waiting for them. Twenty-two of them were siblings of former students; they at least had some clue. Little Brother, African-American Icon, International Icon, Latin Garden, Civilization Project, Guggenheim Museum, Planet Hollywood, and all the other now familiar staples. This group was very well prepared artistically for appreciating the sights of New York by Mr. Doyle.

Italian Weddings gave the New Wing hallway some spice. Finding out that plastic poopie can be terrifying was something Nick and Alexis will never forget. All in all, they were a very pleasant group to work with. They were outgoing and showed that when 22 of them attempted to run for student council. 12 of them made it and withstood criticism by their peers with great dignity. They were the best group to have while preparing for the first ever WORLD'S FAIR for the 7th Graders.

They were an extremely sociable group that tried to get along with each other as much as possible. This was the year of great personal growth for many of them. Many displayed a new sense of confidence that they had never displayed. They showed their confidence and maturity in many ways throughout the year, and their teachers were especially proud of their growth as young men and women of responsibility. They will be missed as they go on to become the leaders that they can be.

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PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL: DAN DURNIAN

VICE-PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL: DAN GAGLIARDI

Chelsea Greenstein President National Junior Honor Society 

8th Grade Promotion 2005

BEST ALL AROUND 8th GRADE GIRL: MAGGIE MURTAGH

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: Jesse Hallock- Valedictorian   


2004-2005

NEW SECTIONS/NEW CLASSROOMS/NEW YEAR

Section 7-9

Mr. Heitmann's Class

Scott Angus

Chelsea Barreto

National Honor Society H.S.

Nicole Binetti  

 Gabriella Cameron

National Honor Society H.S.

Michael Carannante

Rebecca Carey

National Honor Society H.S.

Thomas Carlucci

Sammy Centrella

Jade Danner

Brittany Diehl

Chelsea Friedman

Devin Grosse

Sean Hughes

Alana Jacobs

Emily Krebs

Bryan Miller 

Bryan Nardone

Jesse Nguyen

Nicholas Nieves

Smeet Patel

Christopher Pinter

Troy Reynolds

Christian Tunis

Anthony Vigliotti

Andrew Wicoff

Matthew Winters

 

Section 7-10

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

John Applegate

Michael Auriemma

National Honor Society H.S.

Ricky Bandejas

Dylan Beaver

Sierra Binondo

Helene Daskalovitz

Randi Disbrow

Christopher Ehrola

National Honor Society H.S.

Matthew Essington

National Honor Society H.S.

Chelsea Foiles

Paul Heatter

Justin Kamen

Kyle Nelson 

Lisa O'Keefe

Anais Paccione

Karissa Petrellese

Gianna Pizzella

National Honor Society H.S.

Nicholas Shirley

 Nicoletta Vacirca

Taylor Velardi

National Honor Society H.S.

The walk down a new wing hallway seemed safe for a group of students entering 7th grade. They knew that Mrs. Barnfield and Mr. Heitmann were down that "other" wing. HOWEVER. . .they were moved! MUA HA HA HA. . .and so it began. A year filled with more hands-on projects and field trips more than any other. 19 siblings of former students were semi-prepared for what would be required of them. THE MOLE reality game proved to add a new dimension to strategy games. A Day on Mount Olympus, A Site to See, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, Titanic Exhibit, Classic TV shows, The First BEST Boy and BEST girl dancers for Puttin' on the Hits (great job to Sammy and Anais).

There were Mexican  and German Weddings where the fine art of Hat Dancing and decorating and using a Stein were key to celebrating (Eins, Zwei, G'Suffa!). The Amityville Horror made it's way back after 5 years in hiatus, Native American reports, Democrat/Republican Reports, President Reports, Science Theory Essays, Quantum Words and a few other items left their first year mark on this particular group of students that liked working together.

We watched this group grow with the greatest jump in self-confidence as they were forced to do more things in front of the class with a public eye. They grew leaps and bounds with every single challenge that was placed before them. We know that each of them will go onto 8th Grade with a new sense of self and fully aware as to reach their potential. We wish them well as they continue their journey toward their life, goals, dreams and aspirations.

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PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL: MATT ESSINGTON

SECRETARY STUDENT COUNCIL: CHELSEA BARRETO

BEST ALL AROUND BOY 7th GRADE: SAMMY CENTRELLA

8th Grade Promotion 2006

BEST ALL AROUND 8th GRADE BOY: SAMMY CENTRELLA

TEACHERS' CHOICE AWARD: MATT ESSINGTON    

BEST ATHLETE BOYS' SIDE OF THE GYM: JOHN APPLEGATE (shared)  


2005-2006

Section 7-13

Mr. Heitmann's Class

Scott Butler

Matthew Cain

Karlee Carchio   

 Christopher Carlucci

Nikki Columbus  

Tara DeNucci

Bianca DeVivo

Steven DiLeo  

Ryan Hughes

Nichole Hung

Jessica Joseph

Zachary Kahl 

Alyssa Lindenbaum

Rachel Marino

Brandon Otiepka 

Ashley Sullivan

Stephanie Torode 

Nicholas Vitale

 

Section 7-14

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

Taylor Almonte  

National Honor Society H.S.

Krysten Brannick

National Honor Society H.S.

Kevin Brennan   

 Jacki Curtis

Adam Daudier

Michael Davis

National Honor Society H.S.

Jessica Durnian

A.J. Esposito

Nicholas Essington

National Honor Society H.S.  

John Farmer

Chelsea Florczak

National Honor Society H.S.

Thomas Foiles

James Gibbons

Anna Icovino

Logan Jones

Chad Keklak

Anthony Martino  

Christopher Mnich

James Priestley

Nicholas Rucci 

Zachary Smith

Stephanie Ulatowski

Courtney Vindigni

National Honor Society H.S.

Victor Wilenta

Andrew Wright

 

 

17 SIBLINGS should have been at least savvy to what the year would demand of them. Tough Lessons, Tough Reality Checks, Tough Year. The class of 2005-2006 needed to overcome concerns before some from within the class would allow themselves to expand to the horizon. We began the year with a tremendous field trip to see BODY WORLDS at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. That was followed-up with our traditional Holiday Trip to New York City on a very cold day. Two competitive sets of  new versions of "Little Brother" and "The Mole" added a new spin to the year. Yet, none of those or a FIRST Oktoberfest Celebration, nor Daily Stuffed Christmas Stockings seemed to cause any real stir.

The 7th Grade World's Fair brought the challenge of Jamaica and Vatican City. Survivor, The Trial and a few other things were lost. The Indian in the Cupboard made a reappearance after a four year hiatus. The Weddings were French and Chinese by custom. WDSTF had some good ending projects. Despite opposition, their writing improved tremendously. This was the year of the NJASK test. 

TEN of our students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society (though a few more certainly deserved to be). Many were involved in soccer, track, basketball, baseball, softball, wrestling, field hockey, cross country, hand bells, and drama. Michael Davis won a Prestigious Award at Monsignor Donovan High School at the annual Scholastic Olympics. Actually, the entire team did well.

Wishing them Good Luck. . . . . .

June 16, 2006. . .A Chapter Closes.

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PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL: NICK ESSINGTON

VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL: ANNA ICOVINO

8th Grade Promotion 2007

BEST ALL AROUND 8th GRADE GIRL: ANNA ICOVINO

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: Courtney Vindigni - Valedictorian   

 


2006-2007

Section 7-9

Mr. Heitmann's Class

 

 Nicole Andrukite

 Joseph Bench

Breanna Bozzett   

 Michael Connolly

John Day

Lauren DeIudicibus

Brendan Dowd

Vincent Farmer

Cortney Hagaman  

Shawn Harris

Brianna Kamen

Thomas Meyers

Ashlie Perez

Kathleen Pierce

Samantha Sadler

James Sakers  

 Joseph Schnorrbusch

Todd Scofidi

 Mikayla Serafin 

John Slowinski

Jonathan Valencia

  Evan Ventura

Thomas Winters

Zachary Zeiner

 

Section 7-10

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

Alexis Andrews

Kevin Boyles

Cala Champury  

 Kelsey D'Andrea

Jacqueline Eak

Vincent Favia

Jenna Gellis

National Honor Society H.S

Rebecca Grzyb

National Honor Society H.S

Emily Guida  

Alexander Hascha

Jillian Higgins

Gregory Kamback

Francesca Kieffer

Jordan Koziol

Sydney Lowenstein

 Kaitlyn MacCalla

Mercedes Marchetti 

Christian Negri

Nicholas Nesser

Armani Paccione  

Christopher Parlow

Brenna Puza

National Honor Society H.S

Kelly Schweis

National Honor Society H.S.

Alyssa Sparano 

Austin Stark

National Honor Society H.S

Robert Syvarth

 

Well, what can be said? There are groups of students, there are groups of good students and then there are groups of exceptional students. This group will have the distinction of never losing an envelope off of the "Coulda Woulda, Shoulda" Wall. They worked well together from the start. The usual projects were introduced very early and completed in a very organized manner. Immediately, there was no barrier between the two sections; they bought into the idea of one big group from the start. We had a tremendous annual trip into New York City at Christmas. The most interesting versions of Little Brother and The Mole were played out. A double wedding ceremony in the Greek Tradition brought about a fun atmosphere.

The World's Fair allowed us to explore Brazil and South Korea with the most creative country displays ever presented by our sections. Students who normally were passive in class took great leadership skills to a new height with that project. happily, The Trial returned with a creative cast of characters that took on the novel, And Then There Were None in a newly revamped hypothetical trial of Vera Claythorne. Then, a new project, THE WAR introduced strategy skills to a new level. The year also brought SURVIVOR finally to the front of the playing field as a game.

Due to their camaraderie and attitude, the class of 2006-2007 was the first 7th grade group to ever have an ULTIMATE FIELD TRIP opened up to them so early. Many signed-up for the 2009 trip to Italy, Switzerland and France. It will be a great experience taking them there with other students. At the end of the year, they got to enjoy the FIRST EVER organized 7th Grade Field Trip to the Franklin Institute to see the treasures of King Tutankhamen.

They were a very accomplished group. 18 of them were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. In the 3rd marking Period 40 of them made honor roll. Many wrote essays to run for Student Council, and then Jordan, Kelsey, Nick, Brendan, Mercedes, Chris, Cala, Rebecca, and Greg all got to run for office. They will always have a special spot here on the Student Salute page. They were thoughtful, kind, concerned, conscientious, resourceful and for the most part. . .VERY HONEST. A VERY difficult group to follow! They will be VERY MUCH missed.

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PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL: NICHOLAS NESSER

VICE-PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL: BRENDAN DOWD 

TREASURER OF STUDENT COUNCIL: CHRISTOPHER PARLOW

REBECCA GRZYB & GREG KAMBACK

 CO-Presidents National Junior Honor Society 

KELSEY D'ANDREA Vice President National Junior Honor Society 

BEST ALL AROUND BOY 7th GRADE: BRENDAN DOWD

BEST ALL AROUND GIRL 7th GRADE: REBECCA GRZYB

BEST MALE 7th GRADE ATHLETE: VINNY FAVIA

8th Grade Promotion 2008

BEST ALL AROUND 8th GRADE BOY: BRENDAN DOWD

TEACHERS' CHOICE AWARD: REBECCA GRZYB & NICK NESSER (shared)

PRINCIPAL'S AWARD: AUSTIN STARK   

BEST ATHLETE BOYS' SIDE OF THE GYM: BRENDAN DOWD & VINNY FAVIA (shared)  

They were promoted to high school on June 17, 2008.

I will truly miss all of them as they continue their journey through life.

They were a blessing to know.

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: REBECCA GRZYB- Valedictorian


2007-2008

Section 7-5

Mr. Heitmann's Class

 
Kaileigh Allen

National Honor Society H.S.

Maria Alvarez Mary Anodide
Samantha Cimino Kraemer Clayton

National Honor Society H.S.

Marlo Colabella

National Honor Society H.S.

Brendan Darcy Dylan Deppe Corinne DiClemente
Shane Duke Dana Farrell Anthony Goble
Gabriel Gonzalez Rachel Hansen

National Honor Society H.S.

Zachary Hinninger
Matthew Jones Anna Marie Lambusta Tyler Long
Anthony Loupos Dana McGrath Jacob Moretz
George Murray Kevin Parkes Nicholas Renz
Catherine Russomanno Lyndsay Solomon

National Honor Society H.S.

Marissa Stroud
  Evelyn Tejada  

 

Section 7-6

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

 

Nicholas Auriemma

National Honor Society H.S.

Joseph Boyles John Carey
Steven Cimmino Douglas Cuccinello Harry Eaton
Eugene Filik Samantha Kenny Monil Mehta
John Morone

National Honor Society H.S.

Caroline Mullen Alicia Nesser
Brianna Novak Luke Parsons Margaret Pedersen
Kelly Petillon

National Honor Society H.S.

Jeffrey Rankel Jessica Sansone
Bradford Smith

National Honor Society H.S.

Megan Sweeney Dana Van De Vaarst
Vincent Vecchio Daniel Wojtaszek  

Well, the 2007-2008 class left quite a lasting impression. This year was a mix of "did" and "could have" students. For the most part, the majority of the students appreciated all that was provided to them. Most of them decided to be willing participants in sharing the journey that would bring them to a comfortable level of learning. Many flourished in their writing and speaking skills. many broke out of their shells. Many formed lasting friendships. There were some who didn't change at all- at least not in attitude or appreciation for things (I feel sorry for them and hope they mature...if not life will be quite difficult for them).  Yet, among them, there were tremendous changes in academic attitude and personal growth. there are more than a few who will willingly accept any challenge that will befall them. Hopefully, they will all learn to walk alone without the over zealous contribution of those that don't want them to be independent learners and who may detract them from becoming the fulfillment of their own potential.

17 of them earned a spot in the National Junior Honor Society. They should be quite proud of themselves. In the last marking period, 34 of the 49 students attained Honor Roll or Distinguished Honor Roll Status. 8 of them were chosen for the Peer to Peer Program. They did a tremendous job at bringing Russia and the Cherokee nation to life in the World's Fair. Some of the best Site to See projects were presented this year. Dissection lab was very well experienced. Of course, the Annual December Field Trip was a positive experience. Mrs. Barnfield's Wedding Project brought Jewish and Italian traditions home with flair. Superb News Broadcasts demonstrated great originality, and of course, Puttin' on the Hits was a hit. Sadly, some fun culminating activities (The War, Survivor, A Day of Disaster, Sundae Service) were lost due to the actions of a few students.

June 18, 2008- They all walked out the door and moved onto 8th Grade.

They are wished much luck as they move forward.

 

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THE NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

Needless to say...we are quite proud!

HARRY EATON

President National Junior Honor Society 

KAILEIGH ALLEN Vice President National Junior Honor Society 

RACHEL HANSEN Historian National Junior Honor Society 

KRAEMER CLAYTON Secretary  National Junior Honor Society

SAMANTHA KENNY Treasurer National Junior Honor Society 

SECRETARY STUDENT COUNCIL: DANIEL WOJTASZEK

BEST MALE 7th GRADE ATHLETE: BRADFORD SMITH

8th GRADE GRADUATION 2009

BEST ATHLETE BOYS' SIDE OF THE GYM: STEVEN CIMMINO

TEACHER'S CHOICE AWARD: NICHOLAS AURIEMMA 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: BRADFORD SMITH- Valedictorian

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: JOHN MARONE- Salutatorian 


2008-2009

Section 7-13

Mr. Heitmann's Class

 

Julinho Apaza Nethaniel Attias Cassandra Bernyk
Gabriel Buono Celine DeCaro Nicholas DiLeo
Amber Gallicchio Stephen Harms Matthew Hascha
Kaitlyn Hauser Anthony Jones Joshua Ketcham
Daniel Kleban Megan Lindenbaum Alex Mendez
Angela Miceli Ashley Reilley  
Nicole Vazquez

National Honor Society H.S

Nicholas Wainwright Nicholas Zbranak
     

 

Section 7-14

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

 

Alyssa Bahto Spencer Binondo Kyle Bogert
Nicole Bravata

National Honor Society H.S

Andrew Cannata

National Honor Society H.S

Amos Corralez
Brian DeAlmeida

National Honor Society H.S

Margaret Ehrola

National Honor Society H.S.

Cori Esposito

National Honor Society H.S

Jessica Gonzalez

National Honor Society H.S

Dale Kocher Raymond LeChien
Joey Licata Vincent Mack Mitchell Mecca
Kira Miller Nicole Miller Jordan Rassmann

National Honor Society H.S

Drew Scott Thomas Self Alexandra Sivcova
Kyle Soltmann Krista Thomson

National Honor Society H.S

Courtney Tylutki
Nikki Whritenour    

And so, we bid a fond farewell to the  2008-2009 class. At first, this very apprehensive group appeared as if they would have a difficult time coming together as a team. Yet, very quickly, they were bound together to bring a unique unity to the classroom environment. Many leaders and many personalities took on roles of great proportions throughout the year. This group was overwhelmingly phenomenal during film analysis presentations.  As a matter of fact, an even greater variety of classics was given to them as they seemed to relish in the new world of films as a writing tool. 

The BODIES Exhibition was a great field trip in the fall which was of course followed by our annual Christmas Field Trip to NYC in December. This was definitely one of our most musical groups since the 2006 / 2007 year. A wide variety of instruments was played, and we had many from the hand bells in our class. On top of that artistic world, the countries of Vatican City and Germany were brought to life for the annual World's Fair by dedicated and skillful artists. In addition, there was more than a respectable number of students from the performing arts. 

They also share something very special with the 7th grade class of 2006-2007; they never lost an envelope off the "Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda" Board, As if tying that class with that honor wasn't enough, they also enjoyed receiving "The War!" project AND they are the only other class thus far to play and enjoy SURVIVOR. They were invited to join the ULTIMATE FIELD TRIP to Italy / Austria / Czech Republic with the Class of 2007-2008 & to open up the 2011 trip to Italy / Switzerland /Germany. This group also received a new project, A Day of Disaster, which tested their quick thinking skills and forced them to work together in a tough problem solving situation. A new generation of Harry Potter readers was born this year as well.

We will miss them, and we wish them luck as they continue to grow and learn from each other as well as from their teachers/ parents!

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8th Grade Promotion 2010

BEST ATHLETE BOYS' SIDE OF THE GYM: DREW SCOTT

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

DALE KOCHER - Salutatorian


2009-2010

Section 7-9

Mr. Heitmann's Class

 

Madeline Allen

National Honor Society H.S.

Pasquale Altilio Konica Amin

National Honor Society H.S.

Gregory Buono Rocco Cioffi Devyn Cordero
Laura Covello

National Honor Society H.S.

Alexis Esposito Taylor Forte
Matthew Gelsleichter Matthew Greenberg MaryEllen Guida
Matthew Hinninger Katherine Howe Serena Kearns
Joseph LoBianco Roxana Mora Kristal Ocasio
Richard Ong Sabrina Rutherford Ryan Sullivan
Jocelyn Valdora Joseph Weimert Tyler Zukowitz

 

Section 7-10

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

 

Daniel Berg

National Honor Society H.S.

Reilly Bonner

National Honor Society H.S.

Omayma Bougdour
Riel Champury Alana Colabella

National Honor Society H.S.

Emily Filik

National Honor Society H.S.

Justin Geber Valerie Grimm

National Honor Society H.S.

Ja'Quez Johnson
James Juliano Kristianna Kawa Austin Koziol
Lucas Luz Kimberly Metta Dominick Nesser
Thomas Parsons Jaclyn Person

National Honor Society H.S.

Danielle Prachthauser

National Honor Society H.S.

Kendall Rankin

National Honor Society H.S.

Tyler Rozell Dina Sheri

National Honor Society H.S.

Carter Smith

National Honor Society H.S.

Casey Stackable Alexa Venice
Courtney Wicker

National Honor Society H.S.

   

So, can a class walk in and be really changed by the end of the year? The answer to that was magnified by a huge yes, after the 2009-2010 school year came to a close. This was a group that truly learned how to work together to overcome many unique challenges that were brought to them. Strong-willed individuals kept the classes moving forward as the group began to give birth to uniquely independent learners that "took charge" of their learning. The results of this was seen after the standardized test results came back and reflected learners who had truly taken what they were taught to heart and made the information given to them part of their daily routines.

The Annual BODIES Exhibition was a great field trip in the fall (wonderfully placed next to Halloween) which was of course followed by our annual Christmas Field Trip to NYC in December.  The countries of Bermuda and the Czech Republic brought amazing display results which had never been attempted. They definitely had no problem expressing themselves by the end of the year. With a hot topic trial (mercy killing) and powerful debaters born, this group definitely knew how to speak their mind. They were also a true group to emerge on Facebook as becoming fast friends.

They were invited to join the ULTIMATE FIELD TRIP to Italy and Spain. It is hoped that they will continue to be the leaders that they have demonstrated they can be.

 

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PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL: JAMES JULIANO

VICE-PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL: COURTNEY WICKER 

TREASURER OF STUDENT COUNCIL: KRISTI KAWA

8th Grade Promotion

TEACHER'S CHOICE AWARD: ALANA COLABELLA 

BEST ATHLETE GIRLS' SIDE OF THE GYM: DANIELLE PRACHTHAUSER

 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

Alana Colabella- Valedictorian

Valerie Grimm - Salutatorian

James Juliano - Class President

Madeline Allen - President of the National Honor Society.

 

 


2010-2011

Section 7-7

Mr. Heitmann's Class

 

Jessica Albanese Shelby Andrews Brittani Biroc-Klein
Morgan Caro Michael Cruz Julia Davis
Tyler DeAlmeida Meg Dowd Ryan Hawkins
Dalton Lott Gianna Martin Dana Morris
Alexandra Nagy Shaiann Perez Tianna Rogers
Mary Russomanno Jack Satterlee Jake Scott
Daniel Smith Joseph Sperduto Spencer Szabady
Niklas Tartaglione Dayna Trotter Nicholas Valencia
Michael Vecchio Erick Villalobos Bryanna Webber
Cory Wilson Thomas Zbranak  

 

Section 7-8

Mrs. Barnfield's Class

 

Emily Anodide Klean Bautista Joseph Candiano
Julie Cannata

National Honor Society H.S.

Rebecca Emerson Connor Fritzsch
Nanye Froehlich Adam Garcia Dylan Gardner
Jacob Greenberg Kelly Heilman

National Honor Society H.S.

Allison Krebs
Rachael Lawlor Sebastian Medina Kyle Oliveira
Alana Paccione Kristen Parkes Amber Paxton
Michael Phelan Hunter Rizzuto Joseph Rockhill
Shaun Smith Evan Urspruch Nicholas Wilford
     

What a year of achievers! This year saw many students come out of their own shells and immediately start to take on major leadership positions in the building. We watched as many were inducted into National Junior Honor Society, elected to student council, elected to officer positions in honor society, gained notoriety for their leadership and were rewarded for their hard work. It was amazing event to behold as so many of them overcame some situations that they THOUGHT held them back. Artists emerged. Honor Roll students bloomed and many were pushed to see what they could accomplish once they set their minds to it.

These students put together a unique World's Fair that highlighted Monaco and the Philippines. They traveled to New York City twice and quickly showed their love of travel by having 20 of them sign up for Italy and Ireland in 2013. This is a group that will really do incredible things in life once they set their minds to it. As a matter of fact, despite some constant distractions, the vast majority constantly showed they valued the educational process because they know that intelligence is the key to a successful future.

Many of them will take charge in all things they undertake. Watch out world; here they come!

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PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL: SHAUN SMITH

TREASURER OF STUDENT COUNCIL: CONNOR FRITZSCH

HISTORIANS OF STUDENT COUNCIL: JESSICA ALBANESE, JACOB GREENBERG, KYLE OLIVIERA

 

THE NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

 

KYLE OLIVIERA

President National Junior Honor Society 

JACOB GREENBERG Historian National Junior Honor Society 

JULIE CANNATA Secretary  National Junior Honor Society

BRYANNA WEBBER Treasurer National Junior Honor Society 

BEST MALE 7th GRADE ATHLETE: Dylan Gardner & Jacob Greenberg

BEST FEMALE 7th GRADE ATHLETE: Julie Cannata

BEST All Around 7th Grade Boy:  Jacob Greenberg

8th Grade Promotion 2012

TEACHERS' CHOICE AWARD: SHAUN SMITH

PRINCIPAL'S AWARD: DYLAN GARDNER

 


2011-2012

Section 7-7

Mr. Heitmann's Class

 

Ryan Betlow John Bruno Noah Buono
Chase Cumella Giavana Giglio Jennifer Higgins
David Jamnik Andrew Jones Christopher Juliano
Emily Kurc Clarissa Lambusta Angelina Lantieri
Matthew Lepis Andrew Lindenbaum Julia Merenda
Tom Miller Lori Petillon Liam Poland
Jessica Rasera Tyler Roshala Heather Scherer
A.J. Serrino Ethan Voorhees Akira Wasniewski
Joey Woods    

 

Section 7-8

Mrs. Barnfield / Mr. Boyle's Class

 

Jordan Barky Kevin Bonner Douglas Boor
Alyssa Buonavolonta Anne Castoro Lauren Clauberg
Nicolette Cole J.J. Gibis Tyler Jannarone
Katherine Kutina Nicholas Loffredo Alexis Mendes
Sean Menjivar Rosalinda Morales Joshua Nguyen
Jordan Nowak James Obenauer Kelly Orbzut
Claudia Porebski John Prato Ryan Rosenfeld
Tori Rossini Taylor Rother Michael Soldo
Laura Spiak Matthew Stadelberger Jennilee Stocker
Victoria Wetmore    

 

Just as the 2006 & 2007 Class walked in with an amazing aura about them, the Class of 2011-2012 came in demonstrating incredible potential. There was an immediate synergy around them that exuded a year of positive experiences. Their great leadership was demonstrated in many ways including their ability to show dependability and maturity. The 7th Grade World's Fair was a tremendous success as we saluted Argentina and France with amazing results. We had 14 people run for Student Council and they demonstrated extreme high integrity. They had Russian Pen pals. They took anything new to heart.

This particular class also witnessed great change as Mrs. Barnfield retired and was replaced by Mr. Boyle who brought a new set of challenges and amazing new teaching techniques to a very accepting classroom. This group sought adventures as 20 of them signed-up immediately for the 2014 Trip to Italy & Switzerland. They critiqued films with diligence and enjoyed the benefits of former retired adventures such as Survivor, The Amityville Horror, A Day of Disaster, The War, Tribute and more.

They walk away on June 13, 2012 as changed individuals who shall meet all new challenges.  

Group Photo

CO-PRESIDENTS OF STUDENT COUNCIL: JAY OBENAUER & JOHN PRATO

VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL: KEVIN BONNER

SECRETARY OF STUDENT COUNCIL: NICOLETTE COLE

TREASURER OF STUDENT COUNCIL: MATTHEW STADELBERGER

HISTORIAN OF STUDENT COUNCIL: CHRIS JULIANO

VICTORIA WETMORE Vice President National Junior Honor Society 

BEST MALE 7th GRADE ATHLETE: LIAM POLAND

 

8th Grade Promotion 2013

BEST ALL AROUND 8th GRADE BOY: MATTHEW STADELBERGER

TEACHERS' CHOICE AWARD: ETHAN VOORHEES

PRINCIPAL'S AWARD: JENNILEE STOCKER

 JOEY HAUSER CHARACTER EDUCATION AWARD: LIAM POLAND (shared with his sister, Payton)  

BEST ATHLETE BOYS' SIDE OF THE GYM: JOHN PRATO & MIKE SOLDO (shared)  

They were promoted to high school on June 21, 2013.

This was the LAST group of students that Mrs. Barnfield would ever teach.

This was the FIRST group of students to have Mr. Boyle as a teacher in LRMS

A great majority of them were in the Character Education Troupe.

I will truly miss all of them as they continue their journey through life.

They were a blessing to teach and to know.

 

 

MRS. BARNFIELD'S LAST YEAR

Mrs Barnfield/ Mr Heitmann / Ms Magnotti & Ms Camburn

  • 1132 Students
  • 259 Honor Society Students
  • 9 High School Valedictorians
  • 8 High School Salutatorian
  • 9 BTHS Class Presidents
  • 56 Student Council Officers
  • 51 Honor Society Officers
  • 16 LRMS Gym Wall Awards
  • 8 LRMS Teachers' Choice Awards
  • 8 LRMS Principal's Awards
  • 11 LRMS All Around 8th Grade Boy of the Year
  • 8 LRMS All Around 8th Grade Girl of the Year and so much more

It Was One Heck Of A Ride!

 THE YOUTUBE VIDEO MEMORY

 

 


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THE STUDENTS OF MR. HEITMANN & MR. BOYLE

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