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Brocton Central School honors academic achievements at Awards Night

August 16, 2011
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News
BROCTON ā€” The Brocton Central School Awards Night was held on June 8. Principal Jason Delcamp and Superintendent John Hertlein presented the awards to students in grades six through 12.

Certificates of Honor were given in recognition of students who had excelled in individual subject areas this past year.

High Honor Awards (academic letters) were awarded to: Elizabeth Bromsted, Tyler Coccarelli, Christian Deakin, Dallas Delcamp, Zac Delcamp, Jacob Eckstrom, Jessica Miller, Emily Crandall, Bradley Johnson, Olivia Kaltenbach, Brianna Stanton, Christopher West, Jeremy Eckstrom, Ryan Mancuso, John Nickerson, Ryan Nyweide, Alec Travis-Daugherty, Alison Wahl, Marcy West, Tyler DeJoe, Jess Delcamp, Jordan Eckstrom, Maria Childs, Antonia Foti, Jessica Merle, Derek Walter, Alec Chelton, Tim Coccarelli, Peter Dolce, Mark Grover, Ryan Johnson, Mikayla Kawski, Madelyn Roberts and Daniel Skinner.

Other awards included: the Richie Holliday Award, given to Ryan Johnson and Mark Nickerson, who have shown outstanding school and community service; the American Legion Award for outstanding leadership and academic standards presented to Jessica Merle and Derek Walter; the French Alliance of Buffalo Certificate of Excellence presented to Ryan Nyweide; the St. Bonaventure University High School Achievement Award for high academic performance in Spanish classes given to Nadine VanWie; the George Eastman Young Leaders Award won by Brianna Stanton for academic achievement and leadership skills; the Bausch and Lomb Science Award given to Christopher West for excellence in science; the R.I.T. Computing Medal and Scholarship went to Elisa Fuentes; the Frederick Douglas and Susan B. Anthony Award in Humanities and Social Sciences awarded to Olivia Kaltenbach.

The Triple ā€œCā€ Awards from the New York State Office of the Attorney General for outstanding Character, Courage and Commitment to school and community were awarded to Abbigale Deland and Casey Miller; Bradley Johnson was awarded the State of New York Office of the Comptroller Award in recognition of hard work, dedication, success in academic excellence and civic commitment; and The Buffalo News Spelling Bee winner was Jennifer Palmer; the second-place winner was Ilse Ghent.

The Jamestown Business College Academic Progress Award was presented to Elizabeth King. The Outstanding Senior for the JCC College Connections Program was Elizabeth Bromsted and the Outstanding Junior was Emily Crandall. Lynsey Allen, Heather Barrett, Parker Fink and Brandon Timmerman were also awarded JCC USA Scholarships.

Following the award presentation, a dessert reception was held.
 
 

 

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