Hoosac Valley High School Honor Roll

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CHESHIRE, Mass. — Hoosac Valley third quarter honor roll for the 2023 - 2024 school year.
High Honors
Grade 12
Austin Alfonso
Agien Betts
Gabe Bishop
Dana Brassard
Nicholas Chorba
Wesley Emerson
Frank Field
Jazmin Gregory
Jack Martin
Mallory Mazzeo
Joseph McGovern
Nicholas Pompi
Talia Rehill
David Scholz
Abigail Scialabba
Hannah Walsh
Grade 11
Zachary Boyles
Trinity Brackett
Isaac campbell
Joseph Campbell
Maryn Cappiello
Corey Charron
Ashlyn Lesure
Kimberly Mach
Emma Meczywor
Zamira Saimbert
Christopher Szabo
Amiracle Tatro
Matthew Witek
Grade 10
Vanessa Biddy
Ella Bissaillon
Kylie Clark
Nyla Dion
Hannah Lord
Iyakxel Marquez Cruz
Ava Mclear
Noah Rehill
Gracie Rhinemiller
Anna Thurston
Alexis Warner
Kennedy Whitley
Grade 9
Emma Akroman
Niyanna Borawski
Leyah Brown
Tyler Hakes
Elazia Hebert
Rylin Larabee
Abigail Martel
Alyssa Maselli
Timothy McCollaum
Benjamin Payton
Reagan Shea
Alexandra Silvernail
Olivia Silvernail
Sophia Sumner
Grade 8
Arianna Blake
Tabitha Boyles
Ean Carpenter
Peyton Choquette
Addison Colvin
Colbie Crouse
Lainey Field
Mariah Hamner
Presley Kelley
Zoe Kratz
Genevieve Lagess
Damian LeBlanc
Diego Luna Luna
Lukas Mazzeo
Madison Michael
Ashley Mott
Alivia Ostrowski
Genevieve Quinto
Aliza Rozon
Ryan Strek
Leora Whitney
Sophia Wilson
Emma Zieminski
Grade 12
Skyler Cairns
Andrew Dupee
Elliotte Farrington
Taylor Garabedian
Olivia Scholz
Grade 11
Noah Beliveau
William Hakes
Destiny Sanchez
Kenneth Stevens
Grade 10
Virginia Field
Nathan Lapinski
Brady Sherman
Adan Wicks
Grade 9
Eva Akroman
Aurura Jones-Daigneault
Grade 8
Paeton Albano
Mackenzie Biros

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Hoosac Valley School Committee Defends Budget

By Daniel MatziBerkshires correspondent
CHESHIRE, Mass. — The Hoosac Valley School Committee reaffirmed their support of the Hoosac Valley Regional School District (HVRSD) proposed $23 million budget.
On Monday night the school committee and school leaders defended the proposed school district budget that the Cheshire Select Board opposed at one of their own meetings in April. Dean backed the budget, which increased by $1,096,525 over this fiscal year, as being as fiscally responsible as possible.
"We're doing a lot of great work here, a lot of work that I'm proud of," Superintendent Aaron Dean said. "And I cannot in good conscience recommend doing anything other than moving forward with this budget."
During an April select board meeting, the Cheshire selectmen announced that they were hesitant to adjust their proposed municipal budget that included a level-funded HVRSD assessment. 
The school district's proposed budget included a $148,661 increase to Cheshire's assessment.
The Cheshire selectmen voted to plan for a Proposition 2.5 override. If the HVRSD budget isn't lowered to their liking, the town will be poised for an override vote - essentially putting the school budget increase to a ballot vote. 
Monday, Dean said he was confused why Cheshire took such a strong stance against the budget, especially after it had been openly discussed as far back as January.
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