BArT Announces Third Quarter Honor Roll

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ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Arts & Technology (BArT) Charter Public School has announced the students who made the honor roll for the third quarter of the 2023-2024 school year. 
 
Students who earned 80 percent or above in all of their classes received the distinction of "Honors." Students who earned 90 percent or above in all of their classes received the distinction of "High Honors."
 
Academic courses at BArT are aligned with the Massachusetts State Curriculum Frameworks for the appropriate grade level and include all standards deemed necessary for a complete, college-preparatory, middle and high school education.
 
Students in Grade 6 who earned High Honors are Abigail Betti, Jaydn Bolus-Strawbridge, Majbrit Carpenter, Bailee Cimini, Kason Corkins, Alex Demary, Norah Duffy, Noah Hall, Riley Hitchcock, Kourtney Hoang, Tristan Larkin, Delroy Leard, Morgan Legrand, Ian Lloyd, Allanah McCabe, Dante McClerklin, Joey Nocher, Stephen Nyamehen, Cooper Olimpo, Gustavo Perez, Rufus Quirke de Jong, Isabella Rosales, Armani Roy, Niyah Scipio, Emma Sherman, Isabella Silva, Paige Tetreault, and Kevin Toomey.
 
Students in Grade 6 who earned Honors are Daniel Aguilar, Liam Connors, Audrey Costigan, Zoey Dudek-Linnehan, David Fernandez, Mason Goodermote, Harmony Greco-Melendez, Sakora Knight, Anelia Lang, Miah Morgan-Enos, Aiyanah Roy, Maxwell Stolzberg, and Patrick Wells Vidal.
 
Students in Grade 7 who earned High Honors are Mary Mame Akua Asare, Paige Bartlett, Madalyn Benson, Demitri Burnham, Anastasia Carty, Vincente Choque, McKenna Cramer, Kierra Dearstyne, Deandra Hage, Ashley Heck, Callie Meyette, Quinlan Nesbit, Hadley Richard, Jayden Ruopp, Kie Sherman, Gabriel Thomas, Edrisa Touray, and Tyler Williams.
 
Students in Grade 7 who earned Honors are Samuel Bellows, Joshua Codding, Addison Cooper, Ava DeVylder, Wyatt Drosehn, Emil Gehlot, Roger LaRocca, Hadley Madole, Maddison Moore, Alexis Munson, Leafy Murphy, Chris-Raphael Natama, Anthony Salta, Althea Schneider, Aiden Smith, Jaden Wells-Vidal, Kyler Wick, and Mckenzie Witto.
 
Students in Grade 8 who earned High Honors are Lily Genton, Mary Harty, Zoe Hassan, Molly Isham-Morton, Stasiu Kozak, Amelia Lancto, Lucas Lapointe, Nova Leinbaugh-Chelukhova, Caleb Markham, Logan Marotta, Taylor McKeon, Aiden Nicholas, Griffin Pillmore-Beaulieu, Andrew Post, Liam Smith, Miranda Tetreault, and JoJo Zheng. 
 
Students in Grade 8 who earned Honors are Parker Angley, Riley Burks, Mitchell Clark, Quentin Durand, Evan Miller, Quinn Toomey, Maria Valdivieso, Gineska Vazquez-Melendez, Mackenzie Walker, and Simon Wallis.
 
Students in Grade 9 who earned High Honors are Keira Cannava, Terence Carty, Linnea Keiser-Clark, Mila Mesquita, Mickeayla Rosa Pietri, Gabrielle Thomas, and Sukai Touray. 
 
Students in Grade 9 who earned Honors are Zaid Barnes, Jamari Carnute, Nathaniel Guerin, Levi Hall, Kendall Heck, Katie Higgins, Clara Janis, Aiko-Marie Kouame-Hosmer, Tony Mejias, Alexander Post, Ella Smith, James Strange, and Sage Winkler.
 
Students in Grade 10 who earned High Honors are Kobby Asare, Joy Bristol, Aubree Bryant, Lilianna Choque, Dareen Hage, Audrey Larkin, Brooke McKeon, Zachary Tetreault, and Samseedy Touray.
 
Students in Grade 10 who earned Honors are Bishop Casey, Riley Columna, Ashton Fierro, Enjelah Haecker, Nyx Hall, Dylan Harty, Raif Madole, Emerson Maloney, Molly Richard, and Kaden Toomey.
 
Students in Grade 11 who earned High Honors are Ava Aubuchon, Dominic Campoli, Persephone Clark, Micah Paul, Angelique Tubbs-Baker, Jerry Zheng, and Adrian Zustra.
 
Students in Grade 11 who earned Honors are Tucker Danylin, Rachel Fleury, Jalyn Olmedo, JuneBug Roney, Layla Taber, and Ava Valois.
 
Students in Grade 12 who earned High Honors are Limoges Dauray-Strange, Melana Nataro, Marissa Ostrowski, and Jace Ziarnik. 
 
Students in Grade 12 who earned Honors are Alexandra Bartlett, Gianna Fosty, Evan Poplaski, Nathan Robinson, M Schrade, Omaree Scipio, Grace Tower, and Cassidy Whitley.
 

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Hoosac Valley Pupils Celebrate Memorial Day With Readings, Music

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

Superintendent Aaron Dean, left, and guest speaker and new School Committee member Fred Lora. 
ADAMS, Mass. — Third-graders at Hoosac Valley Elementary School offered a patriotic salute ahead of Memorial Day. 
 
"They have been tasked with reflecting on Memorial Day and what it means to them with learning songs and poems to share with you," said Principal Erin Beaulac in welcoming visitors. "We're incredibly proud of all of their hard work."
 
The celebration at Hoosac Elementary was coordinated by teacher Marie McCarron, who led a similar event at Brayton Elementary School in North Adams for years.
 
Members of American Legion Post 160 formed the color guard and parents and guests including state Sen. Paul Mark and state Rep. John Barrett III listened to musical performances and readings. 
 
Maverick Pytko, David Plouff, Nina Naugle and Charli Phillips led the Pledge of Allegiance and Rosalie Lazzari, Olive Mastra and Bella D'Elia read a poem. Ethan Thompson read a history of Memorial Day, student essays were written and read by Christopher Kane, Remington Door, Annika Marko and Payton Hnatonko; and Colton Benoit, Connor Bak and Justin Mayotte and Rosalie introduced the speakers. 
 
Lexi Larabee, 11, sang the "Star-Spangled Banner" without accompaniment and the entire third grade sang "This Land Is Your Land" and a rap version of the Pledge of Allegiance. 
 
"They have put so many hours of work into this show," said music teacher Abbie Smith. "Because for all them this is new. Standing on stage in front of people is new to them. Sharing their words on a microphone is a new skill."
 
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