Union High School lists honor roll students

RIMERSBURG Union High School has announced their principal's list and honor roll list for the first semester of the 2021-2022 school year.

Students must have 93 percent or higher in all subjects to be included on the principal's list.

To be included on the honor roll, students must have 85 percent or higher in all subjects.

Principal's list

Grade 12

Olivia Earley, Evelynn Elder, Douglas Huffman, Dominika Logue and Aiden Troup

Grade 11

Isaac Best, Claire DiGiammarino, Katie Gezik, Grace Kindel, Holly Murray, Hailey Theuret, Tenlee Tustin-Meyers

Grade 10

Makenzie Barger, Dawson Camper, Alexandrea Conner, Cheyenne Dowling, Gracie Gallagher, Conner Gifford, Alexandria Lawrence, Ava Strauser, Aleia Troup and Megan Walzak

Grade 9

Owen Bish, Brailagh Claypoole, Gage Jordan, Savana Libecco, Cassidy McCullough, Christian Salizzoni, Emerson Stevens, Kya Wetzel and Lynnsica Zitzman

Grade 8

Donovan Buzard

Grade 7

Haley Corle, Sydney Cornman, Madison Drayer, Stephen Hepler, Lawson Palm and Michael Theuret

Grade 6

Emmaline Ramsey, Peyton Wilson and Noah Yori

Honor roll

Grade 12

Kennedy Andrae, Keira Croyle, Mackenna Davis, Abigail Gruver, Grace Henry, Braxton Marsh, Joseph Morrison, Anthony Salizzoni, Carter Terwint, Logan Terwint, Zakk Walters, Aiden Weaver and Raley Yori

Grade 11

Georgia Palm, Rebecca Solida and Kennedy Vogle

Grade 10

Autumn Blystone, Alanna Byers, Carl Elder, AshLeigh Evinsky, Kailen Kizzia, Maddison McClelland, Kassie Wensel and Ryan Yori

Grade 9

Crystal Austin, Dominic Campbell, Luke Davis, Jason Evinsky, Rebekah Horner, Kylee Klein, Chloe Kriebel, Nevaeh Smith, Owen Terwint, Hannah Walls and Emma Weaver

Grade 8

Brianna Anthony, Aylin Corle, Max Gallagher, Elizabeth Myers and Emily Walker

Grade 7

Logan Best, Trenton Bowser, Kadin Drake, Riley Kriebel, Cambrie Priester, Easton Reinsel, Jayden Sleigher, Madison Socha, Alexander Walzak and Kolstin Wetzel

Grade 6

Mackenzie Barger, Parker Bish, Eliana Meeker, Hunter Myers, Zander Roxbury and Kaylee Somerville

KNOX The Clarion Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Spec. Ross A. McGinnis Post and Auxiliary 2145 announces Gina M. Clark, an eighth-grade reading teacher at Keystone High School in Knox, as a winner of the Smart/Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher award.

KNOX - Knox Lions Club October Student of the Month is Owen Easton a senior at Keystone High School who was presented with his certificate of achievement and monetary gift by Lion Bill Black.

FRILLS CORNERS - North Clarion School District will hold its annual Veterans Day assembly at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 11, in the high school gymnasium and at the Veterans Memorial Park located between the high school and elementary buildings.

CLARION - Clarion University Physics Department will present Stars over Clarion at 7 and 8 p.m. Nov. 4 in Donald D. Peirce Planetarium, located in Grunenwald Science and Technology Center. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

CLARION - Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education, working with the State System Foundation, has taken a major step to help prevent dropout among at-risk students by launching the Keystone Extraordinary Emergency Program (KEEP).

KNOX - Knox Lions Club September Student of the Month is Leia Bauer a senior 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 open Sept. 22 with "Laughing Wild," a comedy by Christopher Durang. The production will run at 8 p.m. from Sept. 22 to 25, with a 2 p.m. matinee performance on Sept. 26, all in Marwick-Boyd Little Theatre.

CLARION - Brianna Van Tassel, a recent graduate of Keystone High School and Emma Smith a recent graduate of Clarion-Limestone High School each received a $500 scholarship from the Kiwanis Club of Clarion during a program held in June.

CLARION - Clarion University Physics Department will present Stars over Clarion at (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) 7 p.m. Sept. 2 in Donald D. Peirce Planetarium, located in Grunenwald Science and Technology Center.

CLARION - Clarion University's TRIO Talent Search has been awarded a five-year grant through the U.S. Department of Education. Disbursed in annual installments of $463,217, the grant totals $2,316,085 and provides funding the program from September 2021 through August 2026.

CLARION - Need to brush up on your test-taking skills or gain assistance reviewing for the SAT or ACT? Clarion University's Educational Talent Search will host two SAT review sessions in Ralston Hall, Clarion Campus.