Joshua Cogdill, principal of Verona High School, has announced the names of the ninth-grade students who have achieved honor roll recognition during the second marking period of the 2017-2018 school year.
These students have qualified for the honors award by attaining all “A” and “B” grades:
Diana Aleynikov, Britney Allteni, Ryan Aloia, Iviana Anderson, Dylan Bakst, Ethan Beninghof, Killian Blitz, Grace Boutcher, Gabriel Breitenbach, Tawanna Brown,
Amanda Caldera, Julia Caprari, Christian Castner, Leonardo Celi, Nia Chesney, Byron Chu, Elyse Chu, Mia Cole, Sarah Cole, Grace Cooney, Pierce Coppola,
Hannah Davey, Matthew Day, Robert DeGennaro, Derek Diskant, Dylan Ferrara, Isabella Freda, Sarah Greene, Sofia Guide, Maryclare Hahula, Ryan Hajtovik, Katherine Hensal, Paige Hensal, Andrew Hunt, Isabella Hussar,
Claire Jackson, Shelby Jeklinski, Sophia Josephson, Adam Karpinski, Geena Klinger, Woody Klose, Samantha Larkey, Isabelle Leagon, Robert Leland, John Lonsinger, Jessica Loudon,
Breianna Magardino, Hannah Maida, Michael Matarazzo, Abigail McAneney, Kyle McCaffrey, Megan Meehan, Andrew Meyer, Jeffrey Monacelli, Thomas Monroe, Caitlin Moore, Dylan Munjack,
Melanie Naeris, Audrey Ng, Benjamin Niesmertelny, Bridget O’Donnell, William O’Donnell, Frank O’Neill, Dean Palmer, Nikhil Parekh, Thomas Radigan, Emma Ramsthaler, Emma Rice, Frank Riggio, Alexander Rodner, Kathryn Romanyshyn, Natalie Romanyshyn, Madison Ruggiero,
Aaron Shamouil, Buster Shick, Matthew Siegel, Evan Silvia, Taylor Spinelli, Karina Squilanti, Savannah Szamborski, William Toomsoo, Daniel Valentine, Joshua Vargas, Joshua Vargas, Sebastian Vargas, Maria Vega, Joseph Visone, Graham Weber, Drew Weisser, Griffin Willner, Daniel Zamloot, Alison Zanders, Jason Zerin
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.