Gabriel Abbott Announces Second Trimester Honor Roll

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FLORIDA, Mass. — Gabriel Abbott Memorial School has announced its honor roll for the second trimester of the 2018-19 school year.

Grade Four

Honors: Meredith Desormeaux, Hunter Poirot, Lael Pavlak, Julia Vareschi   

Grade Five

High honors: Landon LeClair, Ryleigh Rathbun

Honors: Logan Irace, Emerson Lane

Merits: Dylan Bourdon

Grade Six

High honors: Connor Poirot

Honors: Lillian Bean, Hailei McLain, Devin Rougeau, Emma Vareschi

Grade Seven

High honors: Sara King, Svea Lawson



Honors: Chloe Boulger, Madison Rathbun

Merits: Katelyn Lavariere

Grade Eight

High honors: Troy Wnuk

Honors: Joseph Vareshi  

 


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Berkshire Money Management To Sponsor Berkshire E-Talent Accelerator

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Berkshire E-Talent Accelerator (BETA) is open to high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates countywide, and is an experiential learning program that will expose students to local STEM career opportunities. 
 
The goal of the program is to immerse students in fundamentals critical to these career paths and teach them to utilize the advanced equipment and community mentors available through the Berkshire Innovation Center. There were more than 40 applicants for the fall module and recently 20 were selected to participate.
 
"The pool of applicants was so diverse and their responses to the application questions were absolutely compelling," BMM Community Development Director Nichole Dupont, who was on the selection committee, said. "What became very clear while going through the applications is that there is an absolute need for this kind of programming for our young people. And that the pandemic has deeply impacted their lives, probably forever, and yet they continue to find ways to traverse unimaginable obstacles."
 
The first BETA-1 program, which will run from Oct. 12 to Nov. 24. The program will run after school and will be separated into four verticals — advanced manufacturing and material science, software and programming, electronics and electrical engineering, and IT and security. 
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