Stanislaus Kostka School Announces Third Quarter Honor Roll

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ADAMS, Mass. — St. Stanislaus Kostka School has announced the third quarter honor roll for the 2017-18 school year.  

Students must attain an average of 93 or better to achieve high honors. Students must attain an average of 85 to 92 to achieve honors.

 

Grade Eight

High Honors: Abby Bird, Lucy Fusini, Michael Harris, Cecelia Marszalek, Emily Scalise.

Honors: Andrey Mendel, Benjamin Moulton, Austin Richardson, Tiberius Shafer.

 

Grade Seven

High Honors: Noah Benedetto, Keira Lennon, Jonathan Lewis, Brenna Wojcik.

Honors: Leia Kiley, Thomas Loughman, Alexis Luczynski, Lucan McGrath, Christian Perreault, Jacob Touponce.

 

Grade Six

High Honors: Ty Barrett, Maggie Little, Athena Shafer.

Honors: Joseph Roy.


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