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Johnsburg Central Teachers Association honors students

Students honored at the Scholarship J Assembly at Johnsburg Central School included, from left, science teacher Chad Pooler (JCS Teachers Association president), Angelina Conte, Shiloh Wood, Anna Liebelt, Colleen Fuller, Shannon Ovitt, Kayla Williford, Montana Berg, recently retired Coach Tim Leach (guest speaker) and Aidan Connelly.

Students honored at the Scholarship J Assembly at Johnsburg Central School included, from left, science teacher Chad Pooler (JCS Teachers Association president), Angelina Conte, Shiloh Wood, Anna Liebelt, Colleen Fuller, Shannon Ovitt, Kayla Williford, Montana Berg, recently retired Coach Tim Leach (guest speaker) and Aidan Connelly. Photo provided

— A Scholarship Recognition Assembly, sponsored by the Johnsburg Central School Teachers Association (JCSTA), was held on Sept. 14 at school.

The guest speaker was recently retired JCS coach Timothy Leach. The assembly was held to recognize academic achievement during the 2011-2012 school year.

Scholarship J letters and pins were awarded to students in grade 9-12 who had an 85 or higher final mark in each subject for the 2011-2012 school year. First- time recipients are awarded a blue scholarship letter J. In subsequent years, an honoree receives a lamp of knowledge pin to attach to the scholarship J. The students honored at the assembly for work in 2011-12 were:

Grade 12: Sierra Galusha, Chelsea Gazaille, Emily Liebelt, Michelle Merrithew, Meghan Sponable

Grade 11: Colleen Fuller, Shannon Ovitt, Kayla Williford

Grade 10: Shiloh Wood

Grade 9: Montana Berg, Aidan Connelly, Angelina Conte, Anna Liebelt, Andrew Sponable.

Those honored for scoring 90 or above on a New York State Regents final exam were: In Geometry, Patrick Harrison; Integrated Algebra, Terry Allard and Sierra Galusha; Earth Science, Aidan Connelly, Patrick Harrison, Anna Liebelt, Nate Prouty, Andrew Sponable; Living Environment, Emily Walter; Chemistry, Shannon Ovitt; Physics, Chelsea Gazaille, Liam Harrison, Matthew Hayden, Alistair McKee; in Global Studies, Shiloh Wood; U.S. History and Government, Ethan Cooper, Mikayla Glode, Lydia Knickerbocker, Shannon Ovitt, Kaleb Persons, Chet Prouty, Jon Sears, Zach Watson, Kayla Williford; in English, Mikayla Glode, Lydia Knickerbocker, Shannon Ovitt and Kayla Williford.

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