Gabriel Abbott Announces First Trimester Honor Roll

Print Story | Email Story

FLORIDA, Mass. — Abbott Memorial School has announced the honor roll for the first trimester of the 2019-2020 school year.

Eighth Grade

High Honors: Chloe Boulger, Mikyra Burnell, Sara King, Katelyn Lavariere, Madison Rathbun and Grace Tower.

Honors: Brian Whitney

Seventh Grade

High Honors: Connor Poirot, Kundai Smith and Emma Vareschi.

Honors: Devin Rougeau

Merits: Kaley Bachand, Evan Fortini, Hailei McLain.

Sixth Grade

High Honors: Emerson Lane, Landon LeClair, Ryleigh Rathbun and Logan Irace.

Honors: Jackson Tower and Marley Miner.  

Merits: Jayse Ellsworth, Dylan Bourdon, Hunter Robert, Emma Gregory.

Fifth Grade

Honors: Julia Vareschi.

Merits: Lael Pavlak.


Tags: Gabriel Abbott School,   honor roll,   

0 Comments welcomes critical, respectful dialogue; please keep comments focused on the issues and not on personalities. Profanity, obscenity, racist language and harassment are not allowed. iBerkshires reserves the right to ban commenters or remove commenting on any article at any time. Concerns may be sent to

New Wahconah High Going Up Fast

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

School Building Committee co-Chairman Tom Callahan, left, with MSBA Executive Director Jack McCarthy. The old high school is in the background.
DALTON, Mass. — A traditional topping off ceremony was held on Thursday to mark the completion of the steel skeleton for what will be Wahconah Regional High School. 
School officials gathered to mark the milestone with the sounds of construction and sparks from welding giving proof that their vision was being made reality after a  long and arduous process. 
"As far as this building goes, the process by which to make it happen to get the vote was an arduous one," said Principal Aaron Robb. "I would say that this building was willed into existence. Absolutely 100 percent willed into existence."
Robb had only been principal three days when news came that the high school had been accepted into the feasibility stage with the Massachusetts School Building Authority. The four-year process to get to Thursday was fraught with division as the seven towns in the Central Berkshire Regional School District last year weighed the worth of the $72.7 million project.
View Full Story

More Florida Stories