Wyoming Seminary Lower School presents awards at graduation


Wyoming Seminary presented awards to 21 outstanding Lower School students at the annual eighth-grade graduation ceremony on the Lower School campus in Forty Fort. From left, first row, eighth graders Kyle Hromisin, Dallas, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (French); Lauren Fletcher, Hanover Township, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team), The Harold and Mollie Cruikshank Award (service and character), The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct); Rebecca Hammerman, Shavertown, graduation speaker and The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team); Nicolas Bufalino, Dallas, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team) and Molly Leahy, Bear Creek Village, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty) and seventh graders Kabir Satija, Sugarloaf, the Charlotte M. Sours Academic Achievement Award and Sarah Maseychik, Dallas, the Charles Pfifferling, Sr. Memorial Prize for best all-around seventh grader. Second row, eighth graders Riley Green, Kingston, The John G. Ruggles, III Memorial Award (excellence in creative writing), The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award; Mia Raineri, Shavertown, The William M. Powell Prize (loyalty and school spirit); Tanaya Kollipara, Mountain Top, The Karen Smulowitz Memorial Poetry Prize, The Bessie G. Atwood English Award, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Spanish), The Irma Meyer Award (excellence in art); Jessica Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Latin); Christina Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Jane Pfifferling Dimond Award (excellence in girls’ athletics). Third row, eighth graders Benjamin Paglia, Shavertown, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team); Santino Gaudino, Kingston, The Dartt Edwards Prize (sportsmanship); Gregory Fisher, Moscow, The Kenneth and Suzanne MacArthur Award (excellence in boys’ athletics); Michael Doggett, Shavertown, The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct) and Cameron Shedlock, White Haven, The Wilkes-Barre Day School Trustees Prize (best scholastic performance of the year). Fourth row, Ethan Tost, Scranton, The John D. Hughes Memorial Mathematics Award, The Peter Drapiewski Memorial Prize (integrity and intellectual promise); Conor Jordan, Factoryville, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty); Nikko Simons, Kingston, The Dr. Sheldon H. Kluger Memorial Science Award and Nathan Tindell, Kingston, The Paul Kafrissen Memorial Computer Award, The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award.


Wyoming Seminary presented awards to 21 outstanding Lower School students at the annual eighth-grade graduation ceremony on the Lower School campus in Forty Fort. From left, first row, eighth graders Kyle Hromisin, Dallas, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (French); Lauren Fletcher, Hanover Township, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team), The Harold and Mollie Cruikshank Award (service and character), The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct); Rebecca Hammerman, Shavertown, graduation speaker and The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team); Nicolas Bufalino, Dallas, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team) and Molly Leahy, Bear Creek Village, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty) and seventh graders Kabir Satija, Sugarloaf, the Charlotte M. Sours Academic Achievement Award and Sarah Maseychik, Dallas, the Charles Pfifferling, Sr. Memorial Prize for best all-around seventh grader. Second row, eighth graders Riley Green, Kingston, The John G. Ruggles, III Memorial Award (excellence in creative writing), The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award; Mia Raineri, Shavertown, The William M. Powell Prize (loyalty and school spirit); Tanaya Kollipara, Mountain Top, The Karen Smulowitz Memorial Poetry Prize, The Bessie G. Atwood English Award, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Spanish), The Irma Meyer Award (excellence in art); Jessica Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Latin); Christina Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Jane Pfifferling Dimond Award (excellence in girls’ athletics). Third row, eighth graders Benjamin Paglia, Shavertown, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team); Santino Gaudino, Kingston, The Dartt Edwards Prize (sportsmanship); Gregory Fisher, Moscow, The Kenneth and Suzanne MacArthur Award (excellence in boys’ athletics); Michael Doggett, Shavertown, The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct) and Cameron Shedlock, White Haven, The Wilkes-Barre Day School Trustees Prize (best scholastic performance of the year). Fourth row, Ethan Tost, Scranton, The John D. Hughes Memorial Mathematics Award, The Peter Drapiewski Memorial Prize (integrity and intellectual promise); Conor Jordan, Factoryville, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty); Nikko Simons, Kingston, The Dr. Sheldon H. Kluger Memorial Science Award and Nathan Tindell, Kingston, The Paul Kafrissen Memorial Computer Award, The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_ABJ-Sem-Awards.jpgWyoming Seminary presented awards to 21 outstanding Lower School students at the annual eighth-grade graduation ceremony on the Lower School campus in Forty Fort. From left, first row, eighth graders Kyle Hromisin, Dallas, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (French); Lauren Fletcher, Hanover Township, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team), The Harold and Mollie Cruikshank Award (service and character), The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct); Rebecca Hammerman, Shavertown, graduation speaker and The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team); Nicolas Bufalino, Dallas, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team) and Molly Leahy, Bear Creek Village, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty) and seventh graders Kabir Satija, Sugarloaf, the Charlotte M. Sours Academic Achievement Award and Sarah Maseychik, Dallas, the Charles Pfifferling, Sr. Memorial Prize for best all-around seventh grader. Second row, eighth graders Riley Green, Kingston, The John G. Ruggles, III Memorial Award (excellence in creative writing), The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award; Mia Raineri, Shavertown, The William M. Powell Prize (loyalty and school spirit); Tanaya Kollipara, Mountain Top, The Karen Smulowitz Memorial Poetry Prize, The Bessie G. Atwood English Award, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Spanish), The Irma Meyer Award (excellence in art); Jessica Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Latin); Christina Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Jane Pfifferling Dimond Award (excellence in girls’ athletics). Third row, eighth graders Benjamin Paglia, Shavertown, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team); Santino Gaudino, Kingston, The Dartt Edwards Prize (sportsmanship); Gregory Fisher, Moscow, The Kenneth and Suzanne MacArthur Award (excellence in boys’ athletics); Michael Doggett, Shavertown, The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct) and Cameron Shedlock, White Haven, The Wilkes-Barre Day School Trustees Prize (best scholastic performance of the year). Fourth row, Ethan Tost, Scranton, The John D. Hughes Memorial Mathematics Award, The Peter Drapiewski Memorial Prize (integrity and intellectual promise); Conor Jordan, Factoryville, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty); Nikko Simons, Kingston, The Dr. Sheldon H. Kluger Memorial Science Award and Nathan Tindell, Kingston, The Paul Kafrissen Memorial Computer Award, The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award.

Wyoming Seminary presented awards to 21 outstanding Lower School students at the annual eighth-grade graduation ceremony on the Lower School campus in Forty Fort. From left, first row, eighth graders Kyle Hromisin, Dallas, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (French); Lauren Fletcher, Hanover Township, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team), The Harold and Mollie Cruikshank Award (service and character), The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct); Rebecca Hammerman, Shavertown, graduation speaker and The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team); Nicolas Bufalino, Dallas, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, white team) and Molly Leahy, Bear Creek Village, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty) and seventh graders Kabir Satija, Sugarloaf, the Charlotte M. Sours Academic Achievement Award and Sarah Maseychik, Dallas, the Charles Pfifferling, Sr. Memorial Prize for best all-around seventh grader. Second row, eighth graders Riley Green, Kingston, The John G. Ruggles, III Memorial Award (excellence in creative writing), The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award; Mia Raineri, Shavertown, The William M. Powell Prize (loyalty and school spirit); Tanaya Kollipara, Mountain Top, The Karen Smulowitz Memorial Poetry Prize, The Bessie G. Atwood English Award, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Spanish), The Irma Meyer Award (excellence in art); Jessica Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Margaret M. Stack Memorial Award (Latin); Christina Kilyanek, Hughestown, The Jane Pfifferling Dimond Award (excellence in girls’ athletics). Third row, eighth graders Benjamin Paglia, Shavertown, The Marjorie Harvey Smith Award (outstanding conduct, blue team); Santino Gaudino, Kingston, The Dartt Edwards Prize (sportsmanship); Gregory Fisher, Moscow, The Kenneth and Suzanne MacArthur Award (excellence in boys’ athletics); Michael Doggett, Shavertown, The Anna M. Olcott Award (scholarship and conduct) and Cameron Shedlock, White Haven, The Wilkes-Barre Day School Trustees Prize (best scholastic performance of the year). Fourth row, Ethan Tost, Scranton, The John D. Hughes Memorial Mathematics Award, The Peter Drapiewski Memorial Prize (integrity and intellectual promise); Conor Jordan, Factoryville, The Dean’s Award (all-around student and school loyalty); Nikko Simons, Kingston, The Dr. Sheldon H. Kluger Memorial Science Award and Nathan Tindell, Kingston, The Paul Kafrissen Memorial Computer Award, The Mary Mazzitelli Memorial Music Leadership Award.

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