Greenport Jr.-Sr. High Second-Quarter Honor Roll

02/28/2011 4:46 PM |

High Honor Roll
Grade 7: Valentina Acero, William Blasko, Benjamin Bondarchuk, Susan Bunchuck, Ryan Costello, Marina Deluca, Mercedes Edwards, Senih Gorgulu, Liam Lieblein, Nicholas Mackey, Maxwell Mastrangelo, Fiona Pearlstein, Aidan Pollock, Laura Reeve, Bayron Rivas, Christian Schur, Carly Short, Rosemary Volinski, Isabel Wachtel, Nicholas Wallace.

Grade 8: Dawn Angevine, Stephanie Clark, Catherine Creedon, John Drinkwater, Matthew Drinkwater, Jasmine Fell, Caitlin Grilli, Samantha Henry, Kelsey Hubbard, David Krumenacker, Emma Marshall, Katherine Mejia, Megan Murray, Maria Ramirez, Irene Raptopoulos, Isabelle Simon, Sarah Tuthill, Christian Van Cleef, Sean Walden, Connor Whittle.

Grade 9: Laura Casanueva, Mary Creedon, Gavin Dibble, Yanais Garcia, Schuyler Gillispie, Brandi Gonzalez, Dory Lieblein, Briana Pagano, Victoria Piechnik, Edward Rogers, Keara Schur, Georgia Seas, Christopher Sponza, Brian Tuthill, Olivia Vayer.

Grade 10: Kimberly Bracken, Daniel Bunchuck, Nicholas Connell, Megan Demarest, Shelby Kostal, Wilson Morales, Peter Peterson, Wendy Peterson, Courtney Weber, Alexander Whittle, Edward Wright.

Grade 11: Payge Corazzini, Erin Creedon, Victoria Gonzalez, Kerri Hands, Emily King, Mark Pagano, Shawn Peterson, Alexa Suess, Jacob Thorp, Zoe Vayer.

Grade 12: Peter Anderer, Callie Bubb, Emily Demarest, Brittany Gasiorowski, Kelvin Martinez, Anthony Nichols, Helen Ramirez, Nathan Reece, Marvin Rodriguez, Caitlin Ryan, Joseph Sieverman, Holly Sponza.

Honor Roll
Grade 7: Justin Bracken, Dora Cortave, Danielle Fauteux, Rosa Hernandez, Tyler Kruszeski, Jonathon Lott, Benjamin Modica, Kayla Mokus, Sidney Mulvaney, George Pope, Paige Pope, Jewel-Joy Stevens, Daisy Torres, Brendan Walker, Megan Weber.

Grade 8: Sophia Albizures, Chloe Creighton, Brittany Doucett, Cinthia Gaitan, Dayna Hooten, C.J. Hulse, Dennis Nikolov, Nikos Panagopoulos, Elizabeth Powe, Lilybeth Quinones, Kenya Sanders, Maria Soriano, Timmy Stevens, Eric Tonyes.

Grade 9: Amanda Aurichio, Ashley Billera, Kayleigh Commins, Victoria Hilton, Austin Hooks, Christopher Rabig, Lauren Smith, Jack Volinski, Ryan Weingart.

Grade 10: Julissa Coria, Christian Davis, William Doucett, Timothy Gadomski, Marcus Heyward, Christopher Manwaring, Karine Rose, Dana Saetta-Davis, Claudia Sieverman, Camilo Torres, Alexis Wachtel, Richard Wysocki.

Grade 11: Sean Charters, Landon Doroski, Jacqueline Esposito, Ryan Farrand, Rafael Gonzalez, Richard Hodgson, Nonia Lyburt, Stephanie Merino-Romano, Alexis Reed, Joseph Simcik.

Grade 12: Robby Belcher, Irene Bell, Kelly Bunchuck, Alexander Gaitan, Natasha Lovaas, Sara Maaiki, Kara Manwaring, Tyler McNeil, Randi Parker, Irene Pleitez, Elizabeth Richter, Pedro Rodriguez, Daneisy Silie, John Sorenson, Chanice Taylor, Joanna Vourlides.

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  • Oh, boy. Check out my take on things at http://paulkerseysblog.blogspot.com/

  • Paul, I read your blog, and I am also frustrated with these budget meetings…. Being new to this process I am wondering what we as a community can do? Letter writing and voicing our opinions does not seem to work??? thank you

  • Paul, you are so right about the runaround that is going on!
    There is one simple point to be made across the Island…tax payers need to be their own advocates!
    Indecision in college is TOO expensive and our tax dollars need to be spent on our children through our public school system which is broken! HS in MP since 2003 has turned to pushing our students TO college and they stopped preparing our students FOR college OR the workforce! AP course are great but not the only criteria for getting into college. What about College Acctg which inspires a student to pursue this career path with transferable college credits! Parents need to stand behind the teachers-the frontline that will prepare our students -our economic future! Would a big corporation eliminate the division that generates revenue? The board and administration have lost site of who they work for, they work for our children their students! Start with labor forces that don’t directly impact the students. Look at other options – increase health contributions IT”S PRE TAX! Shop for lower health insurance plans! It sounded absurd to hear that Empire is the only plan they could have???? The type of care should be in the contract not the provider!! Yes we need board members for the public not a board member who is in it for their own agenda! Pattipie3 – keep writing the letters, making calls, e-mails and attending the meetings – don’t stop –

  • Paul, you are so right about the runaround that is going on!
    There is one simple point to be made across the Island…tax payers need to be their own advocates!
    Indecision in college is TOO expensive and our tax dollars need to be spent on our children through our public school system which is broken! HS in MP since 2003 has turned to pushing our students TO college and they stopped preparing our students FOR college OR the workforce! AP course are great but not the only criteria for getting into college. What about College Acctg which inspires a student to pursue this career path with transferable college credits! Parents need to stand behind the teachers-the frontline that will prepare our students -our economic future! Would a big corporation eliminate the division that generates revenue? The board and administration have lost site of who they work for, they work for our children their students! Start with labor forces that don’t directly impact the students. Look at other options – increase health contributions IT”S PRE TAX! Shop for lower health insurance plans! It sounded absurd to hear that Empire is the only plan they could have???? The type of care should be in the contract not the provider!! Yes we need board members for the public not a board member who is in it for their own agenda! Pattipie3 – keep writing the letters, making calls, e-mails and attending the meetings – don’t stop –

  • Paul, you are so right about the runaround that is going on!
    There is one simple point to be made across the Island…tax payers need to be their own advocates!
    Indecision in college is TOO expensive and our tax dollars need to be spent on our children through our public school system which is broken! HS in MP since 2003 has turned to pushing our students TO college and they stopped preparing our students FOR college OR the workforce! AP course are great but not the only criteria for getting into college. What about College Acctg which inspires a student to pursue this career path with transferable college credits! Parents need to stand behind the teachers-the frontline that will prepare our students -our economic future! Would a big corporation eliminate the division that generates revenue? The board and administration have lost site of who they work for, they work for our children their students! Start with labor forces that don’t directly impact the students. Look at other options – increase health contributions IT”S PRE TAX! Shop for lower health insurance plans! It sounded absurd to hear that Empire is the only plan they could have???? The type of care should be in the contract not the provider!! Yes we need board members for the public not a board member who is in it for their own agenda! Pattipie3 – keep writing the letters, making calls, e-mails and attending the meetings – don’t stop –

  • Paul, with this blog, you are doing great service for the community.

    As a result of an inquiry that I made, here are few numbers provided by the Miller Place School District regarding what the budget impact would be if all the salaries were frozen for 2011-12. As you see, the budget savings would total $ 2.374 million, distributed as follows:

    Teachers $2,000,000
    Support Staff $ 254,000
    Administration $120,000
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    Total $ 2,374,000

    This total shows that freezing salaries would certainly go a long way towards restoring the kids’ programs. The list also shows where the most savings are. It is important, however, that the administrators lead by example.

    Based on the district’s information, I also find that another $371,543 would be saved if the medical plan contributions made by the district employees were increased to be what community members pay for their medical. Increasing medical premiums for district employees would result in about a 1 percent decrease in taxes.

  • Unfortunately, the board will do what they please without the voice of the people. It’s been that way for many years and it’s just not going to change unless the system changes. Why do we need a board in the first place? None of them from what I’ve seen are educated enough to be in that position. In any district. Plus, there are more options for healthcare besides Empire, if they told you that was the only choice, they are not telling the truth.

  • Take a look and judge for yourself if MPSD teachers and administrators can afford pay freeze so that programs for the children can be preserved.

    http://millerplaceschooldistrictbudget.blogspot.com/