Honor Roll: Grade 12, 3rd Marking Period 2016-2017


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Joshua Cogdill, principal of Verona High School, has announced the names of the twelfth-grade students who have achieved honor roll recognition during the third marking period of the 2016-2017 school year.

These students have qualified for the honors award by attaining all “A” and “B” grades:

Christopher Aldiero, Ava Anderson, Stephen Bass, Carla Bello, Samantha Beltram, Thomas Bertron, Stephen Best, Ethan Connell, William Czupak,

Gianluca Delbarba, Kaitlyn Deo, Alexis Duhaney, Jack Farrell, Katherine Fernandez, Nicholas Fierro, Darilyn Fine, Patrick Fogarty, Daniel Frey, Dominick Gamarro,

Brooke Harrington, Caleigh Holton, Nicholas Kast, Elizabeth Kenlan, Caitlyn Kenneally, Catherine Kiefer, Collin Kiernan, Kevin Kistner, Wade Kistner, Tycjana Konopka,

Quinn Lawless, Matthew Liska, Olivia Lucanie, Michael Malanga, Gregory Marlo, Kelsey McKeen, Daniel Messineo, Austin Molan, Cathleen Paluszek, Christopher Patti, Anthony Pedicini,

Todd Roshong, Rebecca Russomano, Kimberly Sacchi, Alena Seepaul, Christian Serino, Sara Short, Nicholas Siclari, Connor Silvia, Zachary Skrivanic, Douglas Spardel, Eric Stoloff,

John Tracy, Giancarlo Visentin, Emma Wagner, Veronica Wertz, Sarah Wynd, Meghan Yeates, Chitoh Yung, Nicholas Zamloot

The names of some students who qualified for the honor roll do not appear on this list because their parents have elected not to release personal information to the media.

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