Monomoy School News
By: Cape Cod Chronicle
Monomoy Regional Middle School Third Quarter Honor Roll
Students earning high honors and honors for the third quarter at Monomoy Regional Middle School are listed below.
Grade 7 high honors: Anderson, Ashley; Barr, Justin; Bates, Lucy; Dujua, Jericah ; Elhilow, Jason; Hemeon, Claire; Hoye, Amy; Hyora, Finn; Jansen, Rowan; Jones, Maya; Khalil, Tamer; Krystofolski, Marek; Laramee, Ryan; Layton, Emily; Lojko, Alana; Miller, Allison; Nash, Chloe; Ramler, Max; Ritchie, Juliana; Schneeberger, Aubrieta; Simoes, Gabriel; Sullivan, Hannah; Thonus, Adelaide; Vagenas, Zach; Watts, Kenneth.
Grade 6 high honors: Ayer, Tyler; Baum, Ella; Boutin, Meryn; Bowers, Mackenzie; Brown, Lily; Carchedi, McKenna; Chase, Thomas; Christakis, Rea; Clarke, Samantha; Dittrich, Jillian; Fleischmann, Tyler; Ford, Alexa; Gabri, Lauren; Gabri, Megan; Gillis, Chatham; Gingras, Tessa; Gogol, Megan; Hart, Cathryn; Hines, Emory; Jordan, Patrick; Long, Abrielle; Mainini, Carly; McAllister, Ciara; Meyer, Abigail; Pandiscio, Sophia; Schirmer, Lillian; Scott, Jacoby; Silvester, Dominic; Sims, Natalie; Stevenson, Jillian.
Grade 5 high honors: Addison, Darcy; Barbella-Ranello, Luke; Boutin, Carly; Buck, Finnegan; Capen, Emma; Cronen, Elizabeth; Cronen, Max; Ducott, Charlie; Eldredge, Emma; Escher, Autumn; Follett, Carissa; Gillis, Rylie; Hereford, Thomas; Holmes, Wellington; Horan, Chloe; Huse, Kate; Kelleher, Maeve; Kotel, Madison; Krystofolski, Mikah; Lynch, Colin; Majka, Lily; Marchio, Christopher; Mello, Lucy; O'Leary, Gavin; Power, Maxwell; Rezk, Hanadi; Simmons, Zoe; Skinner, Violet; Smith, Andrew; Stephens, Tyler; Storey, Georgia; Stoyanova, Zornitsa; Tapia, Nathalia; Thonus, Joseph; Vath, Riley; Wooton, Hugo.
Grade 7 honors: Addison, Bridget; Azure, Alexa; Baker, Nolan; Bellefeuille, Isabella; Borzilleri, Anna; Bourgea, Ashleigh; Bourgea, Sophia; Burke, Braden; Chapman, Dillon; Cloney, Sean; Cohrs, Sophia; Considine, Michael; Crowe, Morgan; Cruz, Kassandra; De Freitas, Kyle; Escher, Caleb; Flaherty, Maya; Gibson, Avery; Giorgio, Jake; Grogan, Brady; Haley, Ryan; Hamilton, Charles; Huse, Casey; Johnson, Dylan; Jones, Jordean; Labinski, Reese; Linnell, Stella; Menager, Julian; Michaud, Harry; Moore, Fiona; Morgan, Hannah; Morneau, Jackson; Morneau, Jarrett; Nash, Paige; Noonan, Blake; O'Connell, Morgan; Ramler, Owen; Reeves, Ella; Reid, Finn; Richman, Megan; Robbins, Chace; Robinson, Ella; Rocco, Jackson; Santos, Joshua; Segerson, Hillevi; Silvester, Emily; Smith, Kyle; Strzepek, Cole; Tamasco, Hailey; Tileston, Jaxx; Vujosevic, Niko; Vujosevic, Vidan; Walsh, Dorothy; Woodland, Jacob; Wragg, Olivia; Yarletts, Chase.
Grade 6 honors: Bennett, Paige; Bothwell, Maia; Canas, Silvana; Cook, Hayden; Danielson, Arlo; De Souza, Felipe; Decastro, Amalia; Dennis, Maranda; Dubis, Owen; Eldredge, Delaney; Groves, Sarah; Hardy, Isabella; Hayes, Carter; Hesse, Riley; Hickey, Aiden; Jean Baptiste, Fainie; Labbe, Kristofer; Lajoie, Myles; Larocco, Ava; LeBlanc, Livia; Lombard, Charles; Long, Ethan; Long, Isabelle; MacRoberts, Payton; Mahfouz, Madison; Manchuk, Tyler; McMahon, Patrick; Metters, Dylan; Milkey, Terrin; Moore, Sheandra; Needham, Sean; Nicholson, Sawyer; Orcutt, Hannah; Powers, Margaret; Rocco, Taylor; Rodriguez, Dylan; Saliba, Emily; Seufert, Ethan; Seymour, Kurtc; Tadema-Wielandt, Sophie; Taloumis, Elias; Varley, Gavin; Williams, Alyssia; Wilson, Nora.
Grade 5 honors: Becotte, Angelina; Blake, Taylor; Braz, Barbara; Brown, Peter; Carey, Ethan; Chionchio, Siena; Cloney, Owen; Coffey, Marcus; Collias, Theone; Conley, Varvara; Crowe, Taylor; Cruz, Isabella; Davidson, Colton; Davis, Brooklyn; De Oliveira, Paula; Duncker, Ava; Eddy, Shawn; Forrest, Hayden; Goley, Liam; Goode, Alexis; Gray, Lillian; Hackett, Haylee; Hager, Benjamin; Haley, Keira; Harrison, Sage; Hart, Marco Dean; Hellstrom, Violet; Higgins, Arabella; Insana, Addisyn; Jerauld, Maddison; Kennard, Claire; Kimball, Hailyn; Kuras, Paxton; Lagreze, Lillian; Lapinski, Trey; Laramee, Tate; Leahey, Aedan; Leighton, Addison; Martin, Riley; McIsaac, Amanda; Mercurio, Isabella; Muldoon, Quinn; O'Keefe, Aidan; O'Neill, Meredith; Packard, Josiah; Pillsbury, Aubrey; Pina, Corinne; Reeves, Cameron; Richardson, Sebastian; Rodriguez Minaya, Asiel; Rosecrans, Julia; Santiago, Devin; Sheeran, Bridget; Shortis, Rory; Smith, Rahvarion; Stewart, Samantha; Sullivan, Colin; Sullivan, Megan; Sundby, Addison; Swenson, Ethan; Thonus, Allison; Totten, Alexis; Towns, Kaitlyn; Tucker, Ania; Vermaak, Alexa; Viera, Kayleigh; Vilcin, Annabella; Wagenhoffer, Hailey; Ware, Julianna; Whitcomb, Madison; White, Dylan; Wickstrom, Harrison; Zagrebelnaia, Darina; Zaloom, Jenna; Zawicki, Orin.
MRHS Inducts New National Honor Society Members
Monomoy Regional High School inducted new members into the National Honor Society in a virtual ceremony on May 20. The introduction and opening remarks were made by Julie Slade, NHS president, and the Candle Ceremony included NHS officers Slade; vice president Jaymie Buffington; secretary Liam Mawn; and treasurers Rory Carpenter and Jenna Greco. Special guest speakers included social studies teacher David Alexander and Principal William Burkhead.
Inducted members from the Class of 2021: Nicole Awalt, Lily Daniels-Diehl, Marissa Greiner, Cara Jolibois, Colby Jones, Megan Montiero, Halladay Perry
Class of 2022: Olivia Appleton, Charlotte Blute, Nicholas Blute, Bridget Brochu, Julia Calisto, Darby Carpenter, Caroline DiGiovanni, Ciara Farris, Katherine Gabri, Phoebe Gill, Kyla Gilley, Alexis Hyora, Courtney Kelley, Sabrina Morand, Alice Murphy, Nicole Peterson, Victoria Peterson, Madeline Silvester, Audrey Smith, Asa St Aubin, Wesley Ulrich, Grace Ventura, Yu Shang Zou.
Gifford Earns American Meteorological Society’s Certification
Monomoy Middle School science teacher Nancy Gifford has garnered yet another honor. She was recently granted the designation of certified teacher by the American Meteorological Society Commission on Education. The designation certifies that she has met all the requirements and is actively engaged in promoting weather, ocean and climate science literacy.
To earn the certification, active, in-service K-12 teachers and educators must have a degree in atmospheric or related science and/or have successfully completed all the requirements of at least two of the AMS Education Program’s professional development courses for graduate credit. CATs must also earn professional development points in order to maintain their certification. These points can be earned by additional AMS coursework, attending scientific seminars or meetings and similar activities.
“The CAT Program provides an incentive for continued professional growth for Earth science educators, ensuring that CATs remain up-to-date on new developments in Earth science and teaching standards. It offers K-12 educators opportunities to enroll in AMS Education Program courses to enhance their knowledge of weather, ocean, and climate science,” AMS Executive Director Keith Seitter said in a press release.
To maintain active status, the AMS professional development requirements must be completed every five years.