HR students to receive First Holy Communion


First Posted: 4/30/2013

Holy Rosary School in Duryea announces the following:

With the month of May almost upon us, we ask God’s special blessings on our second-grade students, who will receive their First Holy Communions this month in their home parishes.Special thanks to Mrs. Joan Dowd, our second-grade teacher, for preparing themfor this sacrament. Our most sincere thanks go to all of our priests who work so diligently and with such compassion to make this a happy time for the communicants.

Thank you to everyone who made the annual sports banquet such a successful event.

Limited openings are available in our kindergarten. Please call 457-2553 to make an appointment to see for yourself what Holy Rosary has to offer your family.

Spring concert

Congratulations to our fourth through seventh-grade students and their teachers on a wonderful spring concert. The music was outstanding. We thank Mr. David Tighe, our music teacher, the faculty, staff and parents for all they did to make this a memorable evening. As part of our concert this year, our seventh-grade class, under the direction of Mrs. Jennifer Snyder and Mr. David Tighe, dramatized the Easter story, from the Resurrection to Pentecost.

Third Quarter Honor Roll

The following scholars have been named to the Holy Rosary School Honor Roll. Grades 6-7-8 are eligible for the honor roll. To obtain High Honors, a student must achieve a 92.5% – 100% and an “S” in all major subjects. To achieve Honors, the student must achieve an 85% or above and an “S” in all major subjects. If a student receives two Is in a subject area (i.e. music, physical education, art, computers,) he/she is not eligible for the honor roll. A mark of U will also result in a student being ineligible for the honor roll.

SIXTH GRADE

High Honors

Grace Berlew, Lauren Cawley, Jordan Cicon, Kalley Kovaleski, Sarah Liskowicz,

Peyton McNulty, Michael Mucciolo, and Kiearra Saldi.

Honors

Dominick Angradi, Kevin Bradigan, Larry Corridoni, Matthew D’Elia, Angelina Falcone, Hannah Ferenchick, Christina Heppding, Colton Mackell, Emily Miller, Xavier Parrick, Rylee Shay, Madeline Skutack, Michael Skutack, Joseph Stella, Maggie Stuccio, and Charlie Vermac.

SEVENTH GRADE

High Honors

Rosalie Bennie, Brooke Costanzo, Holly Daveski, Harleigh Davis, Gianna DeSanto, Gianna Galli, Alyssa Kornish, Kyle McAndrew, Cecilia Newhart, and Andrea Ruby.

Honors

Ashton Ashby, Alexis Bressman, Jayna DeLucca, Olivia Johnson, Michael Lojewski, Samuel Marranca, Sidney Miller, Conor Nealon, Kayla Stelma, Trevor Tigue, and Jillian Warabak.

EIGHTH GRADE

High Honors

Justin Coyne, Samuel D’Eliseo, Vienna Donnelly, Collin Halagarda, Emily Mazur, Denise Pinto, Zachary Scanlon, Jessica Smith, and Jonathan Smith.

Honors

Taryn Ashby, Adam Chase, Julienne Chropowicki, Megan Conlon, Amelia Desiderio, Joseph Gorman, Joseph June, Tyler Mackell, Victoria McNulty, Abigail Megliola, Joshua Mies, Julia Parrick, Breanna Tagliaterra, and Matthew Walsh.

PTO meeting

The last PTO meeting of the school year will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7 in the school cafeteria. Plans for the end-of-year events will be discussed.

Race for Education is Friday

The Race for Education is one of the highlights of the year for our students and their families, while also a fun way for us to earn money for our school. There are many ways you can help make the Race for Education a success. We are in need of record keepers, through May 10, on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, to tabulate donations. Additionally, approximately 50 volunteers are needed to safely and efficiently coordinate the race on race day. If you’ve never witnessed race day, it is a great day filled with high energy and lots of excitement.

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