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High schools

Honored

Ogdensburg

Honored: Collin Peacock, senior at Madrid-Waddington Central School, Madrid, was named the June BOCES Student of the Month by the Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Peacock is enrolled in the building trades program in BOCES. He received a certificate of achievement from BOCES and a Chamber Dollars check.

St. Lawrence County

Honored: The St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES Distance Learning Program held its annual honor cord ceremony with SUNY Canton on June 4. Forty-five students from nine school districts earned 333 credits for the 2013-14 school year.

Honor Cord Recipients

Clifton-Fine Central School:

Joaquin Croker, Andrew Hartmann, Shelley Peabody and Alanna Silsby

Edwards-Knox Central School, Russell:

Marissa Johnson

Gouverneur Central School:

Brianna Bush, Kara Cummings, Haley Easton, Joie Hays, Hannah Kingsley, Danielle McCormick and Julie Peck

Hammond Central School:

Emily Bush and Stephanie Morgan

Hermon-DeKalb Central School, DeKalb Junction:

Shelby Broeders, Courtney Harrington, Hunter Hitchman, Rebecca LeMunyon, Bryant Presley, Eli Smith and Garrett Villeneuve

Heuvelton Central School:

Bryan Green, Jack Palmer and Madelyn St. Pierre

Lisbon Central School:

Maeve Bowdish, Ryan Buckley, Bethany Crowley, Laura Pierce, Jacqueline Sovie and Kristen Warner

Morristown Central School:

Zachary Aldrich, Devin Dulmage, Jacob Fox, Jessica Geddes, Samantha Green, Bailey Holmes, Taylor Lipinsky, Kurstyn Macaulay, Madison Meyer, Katie Rusaw, Brooke Snyder and Kaitlyn Wilson

Norwood-Norfolk Central School, Norwood:

Jordan Buffham and Brittany Monica

Scholarships

Beaver Falls

Scholarship: The Northern Area Health Education Center Inc., Potsdam, recently awarded the 2014 Bruce C. Potter Memorial Scholarship to Brittany Widrick, senior at Beaver River Central School, Beaver Falls. Miss Widrick has been accepted into the nursing program at Le Moyne College, Syracuse. She has completed MASH Camp and job shadowing at Lewis County General Hospital, sponsored through NAHEC’s partnership with Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization.

Colleges

Dean’s list

The following north country residents recently were named to the dean’s list at their colleges or universities:

Alfred State College

To receive dean’s list honors at Alfred State College for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Massena

Landon Laughlin

Oswegatchie

Gary Jessmer

Potsdam

Kevin Jones

Wanakena

Ella Donovan

Alvernia University, Reading, Pa.

To receive dean’s list honors at Alvernia University for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Watertown

Santino Alteri, junior, criminal justice, graduate of Immaculate Heart Central School, Watertown

Barton Community College, Great Bend, Kan.

To receive dean’s list honors at Barton Community College for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.99.

Fort Drum

Simon Plazolles-Hayes

The College of St. Rose, Albany

To receive dean’s list honors at The College of St. Rose for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Canton

Katherine Christy

Dexter

Courtney Mannigan

Lyons Falls

Christopher Scheer

Ogdensburg

Ryan Hooper

Potsdam

Rukan Khondker

Watertown

John Breen

Herkimer County Community College

To receive dean’s list honors at Herkimer County Community College for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average between 3.25 and 3.8.

Beaver Falls

Sean Patrick Messier

Calcium

Christina Marie Herrera

Colton

Mary Elizabeth Smith

Glenfield

Victorian Karen Campanian

Port Leyden

Caroline A. Yauger

Turin

Emily Nichole Houck

Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa.

To receive dean’s list honors at Penn State University for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Black River

Ryan Heard

Carthage

Jessi E. Hammond

Massena

Alexandra F. Lallier

SUNY Cortland

To receive dean’s list honors at SUNY Cortland for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.3 or higher.

Star Lake

Kenneth T. Dolan, athletic training, son of Brian and Hope Dolan, 2010 graduate of Clifton-Fine Central School, Star Lake. Mr. Dolan will attend Le Moyne College, Syracuse, for a master’s degree.

Graduates

The following north country residents recently received degrees from their colleges or universities:

Akwesasne

Receives master’s: Lora Lee Marie La France, Akwesasne, received a master’s degree in business administration on May 10 from the University of St. Mary, Leavenworth, Kan.

Watertown

Receives master’s: Michael Piccini, Watertown, recently received a master’s degree in organizational leadership (leader development) from Columbus (Ga.) State University.

Throughout the area

Completed training: Several north country residents completed training in the David Sullivan-St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton. Twenty cadets became sworn officers of local police agencies.

Ryan J. Cole, Canton Police Department

Dustin D. Currier, Massena Police Department

Ryan E. Davis, Ogdensburg Police Department

Brian R. Guiney, Fort Edwards Police Department

Kory M. Keefer, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

Brittany E. Kenyon, Ogdensburg Police Department

Jason W. Knapp, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office

Marvin J. Laffin, Norfolk Police Department

Dean M. Lasala, Norwood Police Department

Robert W. Lent Jr., St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office

Brandon S. Murray, Norfolk Police Department

Kevin M. O’Connell, St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office

Justin R. Polniak, Ogdensburg Police Department

Benjamin M. Rockwood, St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office

Craig A. Rogers, Sackets Harbor Police Department

Andrew W. Stone, Norwood Police Department

Heidy L. Tharrett, Sackets Harbor Police Department

Mollie J. Towles, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

Cory A. Williams, Antwerp Police Department

Khrystyna Yefremova, Athens Police Department

Cadets who completed pre-employement course to prepare for future police officer careers:

Ryan F. Dean

Kinga Kanczura

Daniel P. LaDue

Kelly S. LaPrade

Isaac D. Lashomb

Eric C. Miles

Honored

Watertown

Honored: During the annual pinning ceremony at Jefferson Community College, graduates of the college’s nursing program were presented awards for outstanding achievements.

Debra R. Marsala Excellence in Nursing Award — Mandy E. Kray, Evans Mills

Mercy Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Award — Rachael A. Kaban, Lowville

Marion Brennon Person Growth in Nursing Award — Ailice N.S. Gundayao, Watertown

North Country Professional Nurses Association District 6 Award — Timothy J. Lehman, Watertown

Samaritan Medical Center HEART Award — Kristin P. Michalewicz, Calcium

STAR Award in memory of Dr. Walter S. Atkinson — Lori A. Guerriero, Dexter

Inducted into Tau Xi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa — Amanda L. DeFoe, Adams, Laura D. DeNardo, Watertown, Lori A. Guerriero, Dexter, Sherri-Jo Harris, Antwerp, Rachael A. Kaban, Lowville, Mandy E. Kray, Evans Mills, and Timothy J. Lehman, Watertown

Internships

Potsdam

Steward: Kathleen Pearson, Potsdam, has been selected as a steward for the Adirondack Watershed Institute over the summer. The AWI is a Paul Smith’s College-led initiative that protects rivers, lakes and other waterways against invasives and teaches boaters how to keep an eye out for problems on their own.

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