The Pittsfield High School Class Of 1966 50th Class Reunion
will be held in the Pittsfield Congregational Church vestry on
July 23rd from 3-6 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. If
you can attend call Pete Riel at 603-269-8861.
Congratulations to Alesha Donovan of
Northwood who has been named to Dean’s List for the Spring 2016
semester at Lyndon State College. To qualify for Dean’s List, a
student must achieve a semester grade-point average (GPA) of 3.5
while enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester.
The Misleading Tax
If you opened your tax bill last month, you noticed an insert
from Joe Gunter titled, Northwood Tax stats. He said he’d
“received a few questions about the tax rate” so he thought he
would include some stats to make sure people weren’t blaming the
town hall for high taxes. Basically, you can blame your high tax
rate on the schools. There’s a gigantic pie chart to inform you
that 60% of your tax dollars are allocated to the schools.
I have many questions regarding this
document, such as, why is there anything in my tax bill other
than my tax bill? Who authorized this document be put in my tax
bill? The Selectman? Was the School Board aware of this? Did the
Budget Committee sign off on it?
I take issue with this document because I believe it is
anti-education propaganda disguised as helpful information. Data
is only worth anything if it’s properly interpreted.
Northwood’s tax rate should be compared to towns of similar
size, with similar property values. Our tax rate, unfortunately,
reflects our lower assessed property values. Northwood also
doesn’t have industries or businesses as part of our tax base.
Tell me more about how our education tax rate is 40% greater
than the average school rate in NH. No, really, tell me more
because that number means nothing without more information.
To make matters worse, this document is now being cited by
school board member Tim Jandebeur, as if he needed more
anti-spending fuel. Mr. Jandebeur may not think high
quality baseball bats that don’t break are necessities, but I
disagree. It’s called, you get what you pay for.
I urge everyone to attend a Selectmen meeting or email
regarding this document.
To the Editor,
Remember, there are no bad teams, just
bad team leaders. I want to thank the Deerfield citizen who was
nice enough to read my last letter to the Board. You just never
know where help will come from. Unintended consequences, amazing
where they will pop up. Of course, what she wants is for the
Board to shut me up. Good luck with that. The new School Board
Chair has tried. He removed our opportunity in new and old
business to bring things to the Board. There was no vote.
Fresh from a NHSBA training session
and feeling his oats, he managed to break numerous Right-to-Know
laws. Questioned at each change he said, “I think I can.” Well,
he has found out that he can’t. He likes to cut me off, does it
all of the time. Certainly not smart enough to understand what
happens when you flash red flags in front of a bull.
Our Governor signed into law HB1418
that requires the same level of detail in non-public minutes as
public minutes. The public has a right to know. However, the
plan being pushed is to limit public minutes to nothing, as our
non-public are. You would be mortified to hear what goes on in
non-public sessions. My new policy is to walk out of meetings
and to not respond to emails that violate the NH RTN (sic) laws.
Weekend’s LRPA After Dark Feature:
Join Lakes Region Public Access
Television at 10:30 p.m. this Friday and Saturday night (June 17
& 18) for our “LRPA After Dark” presentation of 1971’s “Evel
Knievel,” starring George Hamilton.
“Evel Knievel” is a somewhat satiric
but good-natured biography of Bobby “Evel” Knievel (Hamilton),
famed motorcycle daredevil and self-proclaimed “last American
gladiator.” As the film opens, Knievel is at California’s
Ontario Motor Speedway, preparing for his next big stunt:
jumping his bike over 19 automobiles. Knievel begins to reflect
on his life and memories, and so the story is told in flashback.
We see Knievel as a young boy, attending his first daredevil
show, with tragic results; we see Knievel as a young man, full
of ego and wild charm; and we see him in the present day, facing
greater stunts and crazy challenges.
“Evel Knieval” is one of several biopics of the late, great
stunt rider, but for many of his fans, this one is the very
best. Don Druker of The Chicago Reader summed it up by writing,
“George Hamilton’s performance as the amiable megalomaniac is an
affectionate portrait of a truly crazy man, rounded out with
casual, throwaway humor.” What better way to end Motorcycle
Week? So grab your popcorn and meet us after dark for this
bike-filled cult classic. Not a MetroCast subscriber? Log
onto Livestream (Livestream.com/lrpatv) where you can catch all
Local Hannaford Helps Schools Grant
Northwood Hannaford representatives Associate Relations
Manager Bernice Raffaele (left) and Customer Service Manager
Jillian Turgeon (center) present a $1000 check to CBNA
Headmaster David Smith for winning the local Hannaford Helps
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy recently was awarded a grant through
the Hannaford Helps Schools program. Associate Relations Manager
Bernice Raffaele and Customer Service Manager Jillian Turgeon
presented Headmaster David Smith with a check for $1000 for
winning this year’s contest. Since its inception, Hannaford
Helps Schools has raised more than $9.2 million for schools in
New England and New York. The program allows customers to choose
from more than 1200 participating products and to get three
“school dollars” for every four items purchased. Customers then
“vote” for the school by depositing “school dollars” in the
collection tower at the local store. CBNA would like to
thank area Hannaford customers for helping to put us over the
top, and to thank the Hannaford Helps Schools program for making
a difference in students’ educations.
CBNA FCCLA Attends Spring Conference
The CBNA Chapter members of FCCLA at the FCCLA State
Conference and their advisors.
This year’s CBNA Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
(FCCLA) chapter worked very hard on many projects and it
certainly showed at New Hampshire’s FCCLA Spring Conference at
Attitash Grand Summit in Bartlett, NH in April. A majority of
CBNA chapter members attended state conference where several
students competed, placed, and received recognition for
completing Star Events. Mikayla Prina and Chelsea McCallion
received bronze for Chapter in Review. Ashley Reiff and Nicole
Hodgdon received silver in their Chapter Service Project. Callie
Brochu received silver for Illustrated Talk. Mackenzi
Prina entered Focus on Child and received gold. Lexi
Arsenault and Julia Cormier received gold for their Promote and
Publicize project. In addition, Jolene Levesque, along with
Densi van Gerena, received gold in Life Event Planning for their
Homecoming project. Not only did students receive medals
for their efforts, but they also qualified to compete at the
FCCLA National Convention should they decide to attend.
Desiree Wentworth worked hard reporting the chapter efforts to
the state as the Connection Team Reporter and received second
place for her work. The CBNA FCCLA chapter received first
place in the state for Community Service with its clothing drive
and second place in Chapter Participation for the year. Students
who did not compete at the conference were active volunteers and
helped to make this year’s state conference a successful event.
All students worked incredibly hard and their advisors Mandy
Morales, Toni Canfield and Jackie Lambert are very proud of
Finally, the CBNA chapter of FCCLA would like to take a moment
to recognize the following seniors who worked throughout the
year to be active members. These students wore FCCLA sashes at
graduation to represent their efforts in many areas of FCCLA,
including community service, fundraising, completing the Power
of One, and demonstrating proficiency in Family and Consumer
courses: Lexi Arsenault, Callie Brochu, Julia Cormier,
Nicole Hodgdon, Jolene Levesque, Kenzi Prina, Ashley Reiff,
Kayleigh Sherman, and Densi van Gerena. The chapter will miss
their effort and presence as CBNA FCCLA members and wishes them
the best of luck with their future endeavors.
I was saddened to see the letter in
last week’s paper accusing the school of squandering funds on
bats for the school teams. Unfortunately, some inaccurate
information was conveyed to the public.
After 18 years of working in the sporting goods industry I can
assure you that $50 Walmart bats are heavy and do not stand up
to the force these young men can put on them. $150 is actually
in the low range for a quality bat these days. My son has
been on the school team for 2 years and they never had a $300
bat paid for by school.
I know the purpose of Tim’s letter was
to get people fired up and involved and I always respect his
passion for our town.
I would love to see more energy go
into relaying positive info like the fact that Mike bought the
team shirts, snacks for every game and pizza with his own money
because of his love for these kids and baseball. Mike also make
sure that every single kid kept his grades up to be part of the
For the first time in a very long time every kid on the team
passed. These kids are definitely not spoiled, they are very
thankful and respectful of their equipment and coaches.
We need to remember that we will
continue to lose talented people who are involved in town when
we slander their reputations for no reason. Hate breeds Hate and
that’s not the kind of example we should be setting. I
wholeheartedly agree it’s important to be fiscally responsible
but remember there are always 3 sides to a story.
“It’s nice to be important but it’s
more important to be nice”
Coe-Brown Grad Accepted To Peace Corps
Kalvin M. Croto, son to Christine and
Keith Croto, was born in New Hampshire, and has family in both
Northwood and Albany, NH.
He is a Coe Brown 2010 graduate and a
Keene College 2015 graduate.
Kalvin was accepted by the U.S. Peace
Corps in November of 2015 and will leave July 11, 2016 for
Tanzania, Africa to serve for 2.5 years.
He has a Bachelors of Science degree
and earned a double science major for Chemistry and Physics and
will be teaching math and science.
He will spend his first three months overseas in the City of Dar
Es Salaam, Tanzania, for extensive orientation and training.
Upon completion of this initiation, he will be assessed and
assigned to the U.S. Peace Corps volunteer site assignment where
he will serve for the next two years.
“Northwood School is awash in funds,”
wrote Mr. Janderbeur in his latest rant, and I hope you all got
as good a chuckle out of that as I did.
Let’s look at Mr. Janderbeur’s
complaints: he is upset that Northwood School had underspent
their allotted funds, carefully budgeting and being responsible
with the amount that Northwood citizens voted as acceptable.
Certainly if NES had spent all the funds, Mr. Janderbeur would
have taken issue (and imagine if there had been a shortfall),
also, Northwood Elementary apparently had the audacity to
purchase something that they’ve requested for three years and
had to wait until the funds were available to do so. Mr.
Janderbeur fails to mention what this something is, leaving us
to imagine how unrelated to academics it is - I personally am
picturing math books or something else equally outrageous. I
wasn’t sure about his 40% higher than average number, so I went
to the NH DOE website and while the most current Cost Per
Student By District report [2014-2015] shows the state average
is $14,581 per elementary student, Northwood’s cost is $13,846.
Call me crazy, but this looks to be a LESS THAN AVERAGE student
cost to me.
I suppose everyone has a right to
voice their opinions, and I like the philosophy of diligent,
reasonable, and responsible accountability for our school, yet I
personally grow tired of the ceaseless negativity. Like an
endlessly barking dog in a neighbor’s yard, I dream of the day
when the pointless noise quiets.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE, awards are presented to:
JUNIOR – Zackary Pine;
SOPH0MORE - Sarah Dupuis; FRESHMAN - Emma Tobbe.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN
VOCATIONAL/TECHNOLOGY awards are presented to:
JUNIOR – Lynzie Chase; SOPHOMORE -
Faith Wilson; FRESHMAN - Tyler Enos.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS, awards are presented to:
JUNIOR - Zackary Pine; SOPHOMORE - Raven Barnes; FRESHMAN -
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN ENGLISH, awards are presented to:
JUNIOR – Emelia Cronshaw; SOPHOMORE – Sandra Black; FRESHMAN –
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN
BUSINESS/COMPUTER STUDIES, awards are presented to:
JUNIOR – Steven O’Donnell; SOPHOMORE –
Aimee Mason; FRESHMAN - Nicholas Dyer.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN WORLD
LANGUAGES, awards are presented to: JUNIOR – Kelsey Wallace–
French; SOPHOMORE – Emma Arsenault– Spanish; FRESHMAN – Cooper
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN ART, awards
are presented to: JUNIOR – LilyGrace York; SOPHOMORE – Alyssa
Reiff; FRESHMAN – Lillian Marie.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION, awards are
presented to: JUNIOR – Shawn Spenard; SOPHOMORE – Sarah
Doiron; FRESHMAN – Megan Wimsatt.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN SOCIAL
STUDIES, awards are presented to:
JUNIOR – Hannah Daly; SOPHOMORE –
Sandra Black; FRESHMAN – Ian Gollihur.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN FAMILY AND
CONSUMER STUDIES, an award is presented to:
JUNIOR – Matthew Brown.
THE SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS
CERTIFICATE OF MERIT WITH HIGHEST HONORS, an award is presented
to: Emelia Cronshaw.
THE RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
MEDAL AWARD, is presented to: Zackary Pine.
The following awards are presented by
the Coe-Brown Academy Board of Trustees for Exceptional
Achievement in the following areas:
FOR EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE
MATH TEAM, an award is presented to: Sophomore: – Raven Barnes.
FOR EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN CHORAL
MUSIC, an award is presented to: Junior – William Girard.
FOR EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, an award is presented to: Junior – Gwynevere
FOR EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN DRAMA,
an award is presented to: Junior – Kayla Cates.
FOR EXCELLENCE IN ACHIEVING HONOR ROLL
STATUS FOR THREE CONSECUTIVE TERMS, awards are presented to:
JUNIORS – Miranda Adcock, Summer
Barnes, Cassandra Barnhart, Taylor Baxter-Orluk, Amanda Bolduc,
Matthew Brown, Nora Canepa, Lynzie Chase, Samantha Clark, Kate
Clinch, Donovan Corless, Emelia Cronshaw, Hannah Daly, Abigail
Devaney, Abigail Dupuis, Shane Fillion, Sheridan Gancarz,
Marissa Gast, William Girard, Vincent Glidden, Jillian Gordon,
Alexander Gray, Nathan Griffiths, Joshua Hall, Brenda Hayes,
Tristan Jardon, Catherine Langdon, Caroline Lavoie, Amanda Lee,
Samuel Lupinacci, Donald MacCallum, Arianna Maker, Rebecca
Masison, Derek Meyer, McKenzie Moehlmann, Michael Mulligan,
Mallory Perron, Zackary Pine, Caitlyn Pitre, Allison Pratt,
Christopher Pratt, Katie Rankins, Tanner Richards, Zachary
Richards, Samantha Roche, Cody Schwieger, Thomas Sheehan V,
Jacob Snow, Emery Travers, Kelsey Wallace, Kylee West, Noah
Wojtkowski, Zowi Woodman, LilyGrace York, and Abigail Zollman.
SOPHOMORES – Bailey Arnold-Fuchs, Emma
Arsenault, Alicia Baratier, Raven Barnes, Maxim Begin, Taylor
Bettencourt, Sandra Black, Jaelyn Brooks, Suzannah Buzzell, Paul
Colson, Emily Cunningham, Domminique Depianti, Sarah Doiron,
Emma DuBois, Sarah Dupuis, Derek Elwell, Isabelle Feenstra,
Sarah Fortier, Jocelyn Gagnon, Sydney Gast, Samuel Godwin, Julie
Greene, John Grygiel, Hannah Halka, Rebekah Hinrichsen, Sydney
Ho-Sue, Brady Johnson, Alexis Kendall, Nina-Marie Laramee,
Olivia Lee, Jacob Lock, Jacob Lorden, Isabelle Lupinacci, Trevor
Massingham, Abigail Mathison, Alexander Mercedes, Erik Nelson,
Amaya Newport, Margaret Norman, Scott Norwood, Shania Patten,
Kayla Pollak, Alyssa Reiff, Nicholas Sanderson, Victoria
Sheridan, Garrett Skidds, Julia Sommer, Kiley St. Francis,
Hailey Stevens, Cassandra Stover, Devin Sullivan, Evan Tanguay,
Skylar Turcotte, Caitlyn Ustaszewski, Mitchell Wade, Ander
Wensberg, and Faith Wilson.
FRESHMAN – Aidan Ahern, Taevamaria
Ahern, Elijah Allen, Shayla Ashley, Gavyn Auclair, Shealyn
Bedell, Jackson Burke, Susan Burnap, Clayton Canfield, Drew
Ceppetelli, Luke Chalifour, Kristopher Cronshaw, Madison
Cunningham, Makenzie Daly, Jalyse Daudelin, Dylan DeTrude,
Alivia DiPrizio, Nicholas Dyer, Maggie Eaton, Alice Ewing,
Olivia Farrar, Ian Gollihur, Benjamin Healey, Kayla Hicking,
Alyssa Hill, Colby Hoffman, Ryan Holland, Todd Holman, Delaney
Jean, Nicolas LaMontagne, Albert Lapiejko, Logan Ledoux,
Mackenzie Ledoux, Cooper Leduke, Holly Magowan, Lillian Marie,
Hannah Marsh, Lily Marston, Paige Marston, Shane Marston,
Lucciano Minasalli, Jonathan Moehlmann, Hayden Murray, Sydney
Neuman, Jackson Noel, Emily Olofson, Maria Ortiz, Stephen
Peroff, Kelsey Pine, Serena Poulin, Anna Prescott-Nichols, Jacob
Rich, Alison Routhier, Brooke Sawyer, Zachery Sheehan, Rachel
Simmons, Rebecca Simmons, Jessica Sternberg, Jonathan Thorn,
Emma Tobbe, Bailey Travers, Emily van Gerena, Julia Warren,
Megan Wimsatt, and Mason Winiarski.
FOR PERFECT ATTENDANCE, awards are
JUNIORS – Isaiah Allen, Cassandra
Barnhart, Matthew Brown, Morgan Call, Camryn Chick, Hannah Daly,
Alexander Gray, Nathan Griffiths, Joseph Guptill, Joshua Hall,
Tristan Jardon, Jackalynn Joy, Catherine Langdon, Andrew Leas,
Amanda Lee, Samuel Lupinacci, Rebecca Masison, Sophia Menjivar,
Zackary Pine, Shawn Spenard, Ryan St. Hilaire, Emery Travers,
Desiree Wentworth, Evan Wimsatt, Noah Wojtkowski, and LilyGrace
SOPHOMORES – Raven Barnes, Sydney
Carney, Paul Colson, Samuel Corson, Emily Cunningham, Sarah
Dupuis, Isabelle Feenstra, Aidan Fillion, John Grygiel, Zachary
Helm, Josiah Hinrichsen, Rebekah Hinrichsen, Jacob Lock, Garret
Markee, Abigail Mathison, Nicole Rogier, Julia Sommer, Cyrus St.
Jean, Devin Sullivan, Molly Swansburg, Casey Szmyt, and Evan
FRESHMAN – Elijah Allen, Braelin Ash,
Shayla Ashley, Gavyn Auclair, Dylan Beal, Clayton Canfield, Drew
Ceppetelli, Madison Cunningham, Makenzie Daly, Alivia DiPrizio,
Brian Downer, Alice Ewing, Ian Gollihur, Benjamin Healey, Alyssa
Hill, Kaitlyn Hogue, Ixaac Kibbie, Logan Ledoux, Mackenzie
Ledoux, Cooper Leduke, Jiaxuan (Alma) Li, Lillian Marie, Spencer
Murphy, Kelsey Pine, Spencer Wentworth, and Megan Wimsatt.
THE BEAR PAW AWARD IS GIVEN TO THE
FOLLOWING STUDENTS RECEIVING ALL ONE’S AND/OR TWO’S QUARTER FOUR
IN THEIR EFFORT AND CONDUCT:
JUNIORS – Miranda Adcock, Isaiah
Allen, Talia Antman, Gabrielle Arena, Tucker Arnold, Emily
Barnes, Summer Barnes, Cassandra Barnhart, Taylor Baxter-Orluk,
Elizabeth Bisson, Amanda Bolduc, Joel Boulanger, Sierra Brady,
Matthew Brown, Morgan Call, Kira Cameron, Erin Carey, Kayla
Cates, Lynzie Chase, Samantha Clark, Kate Clinch, Damarah
Cormier, Emelia Cronshaw, Kassandra Crosby, Hannah Daly, Davio
DeLuca, Abigail Devaney, Abigail Dupuis, Connor Edgerly, Shane
Fillion, Sheridan Gancarz, Marissa Gast, Ryan Gilbride, Vincent
Glidden, Jillian Gordon, Emily Goulas, Alexander Gray, Joshua
Hall, Brenda Hayes, Jonathan Hayes, Bradley Heckman, Emily
Hughes, Samantha Jensen, Jackalynn Joy, Morgan Labrecque,
Catherine Langdon, Caroline Lavoie, Amanda Lee, Sarah Madore,
Emily Marie, Jordan May, Sophia Menjivar, Derek Meyer, McKenzie
Moehlmann, Michael Mulligan, Gwynevere Norris, Steven O’Donnell,
Cassidy O’Dwyer, Katlyn Palumbo, Mallory Perron, Jordain Pierce,
Zackary Pine, Allison Pratt, Christopher Pratt, Mikayla Prina,
Katie Rankins, Tanner Richards, Zachary Richards, Kerry Riley,
Shannon Riley, Samantha Roche, Tatum Santos, Cody Schwieger,
Hayley Severance, Thomas Sheehan V, Ryan St. Hilaire, Kaylee
Toleos, Emery Travers, Kelsey Wallace, Elizabeth Ward, Kylee
West, Kayla Whitcher, William White, Isabella Wilson, Zowi
Woodman, Liu Yong, LilyGrace York, and Abigail Zollman.
SOPHOMORES – Bailey Arnold-Fuchs,
Haley Arnold-Fuchs, Emma Arsenault, Alicia Baratier, Raven
Barnes, Andrew Bates, Maxim Begin, Taylor Bettencourt, Ryan
Bevins, Sandra Black, Erin Boodey, Rachel Bouchard, Timothy
Bowen, Jaelyn Brooks, Suzannah Buzzell, Paul Olson, Travis
Corson, Emily Cunningham, Madelyn Dallaire, Domminique Depianti,
Sarah Doiron, Emma DuBois, Sarah Dupuis, Derek Elwell, Isabelle
Feenstra, Jocelyn Gagnon, Sydney Gast, Spencer Goad, Samuel
Godwin, Julia Greene, John Grygiel, Jordan Haddock, Hannah
Halka, Benjamin Heyliger, Rebekah Hinrichsen, Sydney Ho-Sue,
Brady Johnson, David Krunklevich, Danielle Landry, Nina-Marie
Laramee, Olivia Lee, Jacob Lock, Isabelle Lupinacci, Shemrey
Lussier, Trevor Massingham, Abigail Mathison, Ahna McCusker,
Eleanor McDonough, Alexander Mercedes, Cailinn Monahan, Erik
Nelson, Amaya Newport, Jadelyn Newport, Margaret Norman, Scott
Norwood, Elizabeth Parece, Shania Patten, Kayla Pollak, Catrina
Purington, Alyssa Reiff, Nicole Rogier, Allison Rose, Nicholas
Sanderson, Nathaniel Schroeder, Samantha Schroeder, Victoria
Sheridan, Faith Shiere, Garrett Skidds, Julia Sommer, Kiley St.
Francis, Hailey Stevens, Cassandra Stover, Devin Sullivan, Casey
Szmyt, Evan Tanguay, Mitchell Wade, Ander Wensberg, Faith
Wilson, and Lindsay Wright.
FRESHMEN – Taevamaria Ahern, Elijah
Allen, Kaitlyn Allsup, Shayla Ashley, Gavyn Auclair, Rebecca
Bailey, Shealyn Bedell, Jordan Bell, Kylee Blad, Jacob
Burghardt, Jackson Burke, Susan Burnap, Clayton Canfield, Drew
Ceppetelli, Luke Chalifour, Kristopher Cronshaw, Madison
Cunningham, Makenzie Daly, Pietra Depianti, Alivia DiPrizio,
Nicholas Dyer, Maggie Eaton, Alice Ewing, Olivia Farrar,
Cassuarina French, Ian Gollihur, Cameron Goodwin, Autumn Graham,
Kirsten Gunderson, Benjamin Healey, Colby Hoffman, Nathaniel
Hoffman, Todd Holman, Delaney Jean, Adah Keeney, Nicolas
LaMontagne, Tyler LaMontagne, Albert Lapiejko, Logan Ledoux,
Mackenzie Ledoux, Cooper Leduke, Mary Lee, Celia Leighton,
Jiaxuan (Alma) Li, Brice Lussier, Holly Magowan, Lillian Marie,
Michael Marini, Hannah Marsh, Paige Marston, Shane Marston,
Lucciano Minasalli, Jonathan Moehlmann, Logan Morton, Hayden
Murray, Sydney Neuman, Emily Olofson, Maria Ortiz, Stephen
Peroff, Kelsey Pine, Serena Poulin, Anna Prescott-Nicholas,
Carly Ramsey, Jacob Rich, Emerson Ross, Alison Routhier, Brooke
Sawyer, Zachery Sheehan, Rachel Simmons, Rebecca Simmons,
Jonathan Thorn, Emma Tobbe, Bailey Travers, Emily van Gerena,
Julia Warren, Megan Wimsatt, Mason Winiarski, and Edin Yurek.