A-C Valley lists latest honor roll

FOXBURG

Allegheny-Clarion Valley School District has announced its principal's list and honor roll for the first quarter of the 2021-22 academic year.

Students named to the principal's list must have all A's in all subjects.

To be placed on the honor roll, students must have all A's and B's in all subjects.

Principal's list

Grade 12

Baylee Blauser, Anna Callendar, Malia Conner, Alyssa Courson, Hannah Evans, Isabella Hunt, Paige Klingler, Summer Redmond, Evelyn Ruckdeschel, Meah Schiberl-Ielase, Cailyn Shaffer, Mackenna Sherry

Grade 11

Avah Burke, Aletha Farrington, Keira McVay, Chase Morrison, Chloe Myers, Mackenzie Parks, Alexis Ruckdeschel, Drew Whitcomb

Grade 10

Caden Ace, Margaret Aughton, Grace Barlett, Jay Clover, Madison Fox, Madison Hurrelbrink, Izabela Ielase, Hannah Ithen, Sophia McGarvey, Kaiden McNany, Ty Morris, Kyleigh Morrison, Gina Rhoades, Brianna Schmidt, Rylan Strauser, Easton Wingard

Grade 9

Mikael Bulisco

Grade 8

Aidan Fox, Ava Lutz, Malia Page

Grade 7

Jacob Fisher

Grade 6

Ivy Black, Cami Colwell, Dawson Dehart, Carter Snyder

Grade 5

Arianna Adams, Jason Buchanan, Ezra Myers, Mylee Rottman, Jonathan Russell, Joshua Shirey, Jada Warfield

Honor roll

Grade 12

Bryce Best, Rylee Bowser, Jaelynn Callander, Ezekiel Causey, Trace Forsythe, Kara Goodman, Madyson Kemery, Colton Murray, Anthony Palmer, Nathan Phillips, Ashton Price, Gavin Sanders

Grade 11

Seth Best, Mikey Card, Drew Chalmers, Ryan Cooper, Alexa Heeter, Alyssa Hopper, Tadhg McNamara, Alex Preston, Ian Runyan, Jenna Stefanacci

Grade 10

James Blauser, Hanna Bundy, Zachary Cooper, Brody Dittman, Daniella Farkas, Olivia Fox, Richard Kemery, Gabriella McClaine, Autumn Shirey, Jaxon Sundling, Colleen Verostek

Grade 9

Hayden Armagost, Cheyann Briggs, Riley Causey, Payton Duffee, Alivya Hartzell, Abigail McFadden, Jaidyn Papucci, Bailey Pentz, Roni Shaffer, Ava Snyder, Cora Weigle, Baylie Wingard

Grade 8

Iziaha Bundy, Colbin Elliott, Quinton Kerlin, Thatcher Matassa

Grade 7

Wyatt Albert, Braylyn Brewer, Samantha Cuprinka, Nicholas Ielase, Noah Ithen, Gianna Louise, Natalie Myers, Joseph Rapp, Blaze Redmond, Laurel Regester, Owen Rottman, Jayme Rupp, Rayanne Sherry, Lillian Stevenson, Ruby Watson

Grade 6

Leeam Brewer, Jaclynn Dehart, Maddox Duffee, RaeLynn Fletcher, Adalynn Hartzell, Caiden Haynos, Hudsun Lutz, Cooper Matassa, Hunter Pentz, Kelsi Skibinski, Gabriel Texter, Natalie Welter

Grade 5

Carter Ace, Mitchell Cuprinka, Quinn Sundling

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RIMERSBURG – The Union Junior (sixth-grade through eighth) and Senior High School bands will perform their annual spring concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 11, at Union High School in the gymnasium.

CLARION - Riverview Intermediate Unit hosted the STEM Design Challenge for fourth- through eighth-grade students on March 23. Eighty students competed in teams from Clarion Area, Cranberry, Oil City, Redbank Valley, and Union.

UNIVERSITY PARK - Penn State Extension has launched two new online courses, "Plant Identification and Usage: Vines" and "Plant Identification and Usage: Groundcovers" for landscapers, horticulture professionals, and avid gardeners.

CLARION - Kelsi Wilcox Boyles, education program specialist at Riverview Intermediate Unit, has been accepted as one of 19 ambassadors in the Pennsylvania STEM Ambassador Program

MARIENVILLE The East Forest FCCLA Chapter along with the Mighty Mini Relay Team held a Purple Out event during the Forest Fires and Keystone Panthers varsity boys' basketball game held on Jan. 25.

KNOX - Knox Lions Club January Student of the Month is Alyssa Weaver a student at Keystone High School who was presented with her certificate of achievement and monetary gift by Lion Bill Black.

CLARION - The 2021-22 Clarion University Theatre season will continue from Feb. 23 to 27 with the award-winning musical "[title of show]." This show will be presented at 8 p.m. Feb. 23 to 26 and at 2 p.m. Feb. 27 in the Marwick-Boyd Little Theatre.