CLYMER - Randall Brooke Farber has been named valedictorian and Kaeli Michele Einink has been named salutatorian for the Clymer Central School Class of 2012 by the Board of Education.
Randall, daughter of Laura Farber of Clymer Hill Road in Clymer and Dr. Gerald Farber of Sunrise Drive in Bridgeport, W.V., will graduate with an Advanced Regents Diploma with Honors Distinction. She has sequences in math, science and Spanish.
Randall is the recipient of an Academic Excellence Award, the University of Rochester's Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology and the Jamestown Community College's College Connections Student of the Year for her junior year. She also received recognition as outstanding chemistry student from the American Chemical Society during her junior year.
Randall Brooke Farber
Randall was a member of the girls' volleyball team throughout high school and the track team her sophomore year. She was also a basketball cheerleader her sophomore and junior years.
Randall has participated in numerous clubs and activities throughout her high school years. She was secretary of her class during her sophomore and junior years and a member of the National Honor Society. Randall was a Big Buddy and tutored other students. She participated in the senior play and was an arch bearer in May Day. She was selected by her peers as a member of the prom court her junior year. She qualified for FBLA nationals in eighth grade, but was too young to actually attend.
Randall will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology this fall. She will major in computer science.
Kaeli Einink, daughter of Michael and Patricia Einink of Clymer Hill Road in Clymer, will receive an Advanced Regents Diploma with Honors Distinction with a grade point average of 98.44 percent. She has sequences in math, science and Spanish.
Kaeli is the Jamestown Community College's College Connections Student of the Year for her senior year. She received the Rochester Institute of Technology Creativity and Innovation Award.
Kaeli was a valuable member of the CCS varsity volleyball, basketball and softball teams. She was team captain of all three teams. She was named Player of the Week by the Jamestown Post Journal for volleyball her senior year. She was named Most Valuable Player for volleyball her senior year. She was selected as a member of the Section 6 second team all-stars her junior year and first team her senior year. Kaeli was selected as the Most Improved Player for softball her junior year and was selected as a member of the Section 6 second team all-stars. For basketball, she helped lead her team to become Section 6 Champions her senior year. She was selected to the second team all-stars her junior and senior year and was also a member of the Exceptional Senior team. She received the Most Improved Player Award her senior year.
Kaeli has held leadership positions in numerous activities at CCS. She was National Honor Society and AFS treasurer her senior year. She had a leading role in the Cast and Company production of "The Sound of Music." She was a Big Buddy and tutored other students.
Kaeli plans to attend D'Youville College in Buffalo where she will study to become a physician's assistant.
Clymer's graduation ceremony will be held on Friday, June 22 at 8 p.m. in the Clymer Central School Student Performance Center.