Free Press Standard | SCHOOLS
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Malvern High School Honor and Merit Rolls Students listed on the Honor Roll and Merit Roll for the second nine weeks grading period of the 2018-19 school year at Malvern High School/Middle School have been reported by school officials as follows: Honor Roll 4.0 Grade Point Average or Higher 6th grade: Kenna Ball, Lau-
Members of the Southern Local High School Leadership Committee traveled to Beaver Local High School on Jan. 10 to learn about the facilities and activities and gather ideas for SLHS. Southern and Beaver Local students were paired together to attend several classes and have lunch during the visit. Participating are students from both schools including, (front, from left) Emma Palmer, Katelyn Bailey, Ivy Winters, Jenna Riccardo, Addison Guildoo and Alexis Rhodes; (middle) Mary Quinn Cook, Trisha Brown, Bryan Anderson, Madison Ours, Aubrianna Mellott, Riley Felton, Sydnie Holden, Garrett Givens and Victor Duncan; and (back) Nate Barber, Jayce Sloan, Cameren Grodhaus and Jaden Kiddey.
Southern students exchange ideas with Beaver students Southern Local High School students took a trip to Beaver Local High School on Jan. 10 to exchange ideas and find ways to improve their campus. Ten members of the school leadership committee headed to the site and met with other students to discuss such topics as school spirit and student involvement. Among the committee members were Aubrianna Mellott, Alexis Rhodes, Riley Felton, Victor Duncan, Bryan Anderson, Jayce Sloan, Cameren Grodhaus, Katelyn Bailey, Trisha Brown and Ivy Winters, who were paired up with 10 BLHS students and attended two classes before joining their peers for lunch. Mellott and Rhodes, who are both
seniors, said they learned alot from their visit and are pondering ideas for implementation at Southern. “We went to learn how the school operated and about school spirit and student involvement,” said Mellott. “The principal talked to us about getting students to go to games and they have a Varsity Club.” “They need their varsity letter or pay $1 to get to go to a game, so the club is not just for athletes,” Rhodes added. Rhodes said they also looked at the facility and learned about technological tools that aid education. “We looked at the technology and the teachers have MacBooks that sync to their TV’s,”
she commented. “The technology seemed like a big convenience.” Other outstanding factors included the colorful schematics of the building and its versatility. Mellott noted that classrooms were separated with a mobile divider which could open up the space into a common area. She and Rhodes agreed that the trip was very helpful in formulating plans for Southern. “I think it helps a lot to go to other schools because it gives ideas to better this school,” Rhodes said. Previous committee members have traveled to Western Reserve and Columbiana High Schools last year and another excursion could be set for May.
Aiming High program returns to SLES Positive actions are the crux of the latest installment of the Aiming High program when it returns to Southern Local Elementary School this week. Lynsi Beagle, program coordinator for the Family Recover Center in Lisbon, will be on hand each Wednesday to speak to second-grade classes about
making good decisions and related topics. Larry Rudloff, school guidance counselor, said Beagle will begin Feb. 6 and focus on second-graders. “There will be four 35-minute individual sessions in the three classrooms,” he said. “The program focuses on life skills such as making good decisions, building character, knowing how to be a good person or citizen and the importance of building a solid reputation.” Aiming High was previously
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BROCK ALBAUGH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff (Shelley) Albaugh of Carrollton, has been named to the President’s list for the fall semester at the University of Akron, where he is a third year junior majoring in engineering. Albaugh is currently a co-op student at the Independence location of UTC Aerospace. JERRY A. JONES, a 2014 graduate of Carrollton High School and a senior majoring in electrical engineering, was named to the fall 2018 Dean’s list at Cleveland State University. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Shirley) Jones of Carrollton. AREA STUDENTS have been named to the Dean’t List
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and President’s List for the fall 2018 semester at Kent State University at Stark. Zara Pyles of Carrollton and Madeline Bland of Magnolia were named to the President’s List. Those listed to the Dean’s List are: Kensington:Cameron Haught. Magnolia: Olivia Bland, Nathaniel Clark, Allison Eyster, Scott Johnson, Augustus Lancaster, Taina Stratton, Alexis Zehnder. Malvern: Jordan Browning, Matilee Custer, Amanda McCann. Mineral City: Holly Geisinger. Minerva: Casey Bates, Arec Burman, Cody Davis, Deborah Jenkins, Sara Thompson, Hannah Wiedlebacher, Derek Zwahlen. Salineville: Casey Carman. Waynesburg: McKenzie Haidet, Hanzala Khalid, Rebecca Roth, Kelsey Wagner. AREA STUDENTS who earned associate degrees as members of Stark State College’s fall 2018 graduating class are as follows: Carrollton: Brooke M. Beadnell, Jonathan H. Hilderman, Brad C. Rector and Jacob D. Thompson; Dellroy: Mitchell B. Gray; Magnolia: Miranda N. Goe; Malvern: Taylor B. Duffy, Zachery C. Embrogno and Erin L. Sellers; Minerva: Wendy M. Bettes, Sara A. Cogan, Adam M. Fleming, Erika S. Handy, Taylor A. Hartenstein, Amanda M. Jenkins, Paige Kerens; Sherrodsville: James L. Breedlove; and Waynesburg: Hanna M. Carbenia.
ren Brown, Ava Conrad, Josephine Ford, Sawyer Greene, Leah Irvine, Aubrianna James, Melia Kerns, Megan Prevot and Vinton Wagner. 7th grade: Hannah Ford, Sara Jones and Haley Wilkinson. 8th grade: Garret Ault, Shane Huggins, Savannah Klotz, Maddox Powers, Hayley Radtka, Shane Rodgers and Marella Smith. 9th grade: Lanie Bower, Chyanne Ford, Colin Greene, Madison Hole, Landyn Huffman, Jillian Jacko, Tyler McGrew, Michael Minor, Adrianna Paulette, Blake Prince and Gabrielle Ritter. 10th grade: Savanha Cramer and Paige Peshina. 11th grade: Lauren Foster, Jakob Grinder-Richard, Veronica Maxian, Hannah McClelland, Ryan Peshina, Laura Rodgers, Vanessa Stanbro and Cailin Wade. 12th grade: Amanda Foresha, Breawna Gillogly, Devin Kandel, Isabella Kaufman, Haili Kendall, Kendra Kuehn, Gabriella Lawrence, Kimberlynn Marinucci, Kaylynn McCune and Sarah Minor.
Honor Roll 6th grade: Porshe Buchman,
Gabriel Campbell, Tyson Clear, Chase Davis, Ethan Grossi, Janson Keener, Aden Renz, Audrey Sikorsky, Eric Swain, Rayne Theiss and Jared Witherow. 7th grade: Zachary Babiczuk, Macy Barrett, Olivia Brothers, Ethan Bush, Isabella Castellucci, Dustin Darrah-Matthew, Hallie Ford, Alexandria Foster, Cede’ Gray, Nathanial Martin, Evelyn Richard and Camryn Severs. 8th grade: Nicholas ElFaye, Frank McClelland III, Benjamin Moser, Alexander Roberts, Aron Smith, Evan Smith, Daniel Untch and Kate Walker. 9th grade: Andrew Atkins, Noah Ball, Allen Clarke, Payton Decker, Samuel Foster, Jasmine Poole, Zachery Stout, William Yerrick and Abigail Young. 10th grade: Dorian Clear, Emma Jones, Peyton Smith and Jordyn Vukich. 11th grade: Ella Abraham, Madison Brothers, Jordan Koontz, Ken Tschantz, Zach Untch, Hope Whaley and Braden Young. 12th grade: Kristin Duke, Samuel Earl, Dylan Mowery and Alexander Skinner. Merit Roll 6th grade: David Baughman,
Heaven Boley, Isaac Breckenridge, Conner Chalmers, Jordin SDetchon, Brandon Detchon, Collin Eckard, Van Foley III, Kortney Hilkert, Jacob Kirby, Katie Koontz, Ian Morrow, Madalyn Partain, Gavin Peddicord and Thomas Poole.
7th grade: Alyssa Boni, Kyle Duke, Isabella Evans, Emma Findling, Kyle Irvine, Alexis Klotz, Breounna McCullough, Dylan Phillips, Gianna Power, Ryan Runyon, Danielle Skinner, Marcus Walker, Alyiah Watson, Logan West, Lainey West and Jeffery Worrell. 8th grade: Karlee Barnett, Sierra Deist, Drake DeLong, Leigh Johnson, Seth Kandel, Aiden Unkefer, Isabella Vuoso and Isabelle Witherow. 9th grade: Grant Angione, Amanda Brown, Jaspen Goldsworthy, Matthew Jeffery and Tristan Phillips. 10th grade: Cassady Banta, Raziel Baxter, Kourtnee Brady, John Browning, Spencer Catlett, Raine Coblentz, Natalie Cox, Thomas DeLong, Elizabeth (Nikki) Holmes, Kameron Huffman, Derk Hutchison, Noah Kaufman, Travis Lawrence, Alaina Paulette, Trent Severs and Rebecca Winn. 11th grade: Arianna Anderson, Makayla Bowe, Maggie Champer, Ryan Cole, Jaden Goldsworthy, Noah Keller, Kara Lawrence, Kenneth Martin, Kaitlyn Mayle, Jazmariah Morris-Moore, Andrew Norton, Jake Onul, Tabitha Rohr, Lane Simpson, Rikelle Tarr and Kiersten Veitch. 12th grade: Trinity Cameron, Alexiandra Keith, Jeremiah Lominack, Chase Meyer, Vincent Osborn, Sarah Phillips, Danielle Piatko, Mary Prevot, Alexis Smith, Jessica Verboski and Cambria Weeks.
Barkan, Kienzle named CHS Students of the Month Kenny Barkan and Olivia Kienzle have been selected as Students of the Month for January at Carrollton High School where both are seniors. Son of Kenny and Jessica Barkan of Dellroy, Kenny is involved in the National Honor Society and Prayer Warriors at CHS. He also serves his church Grace Chapel and lifts weights at All-1. He has three brothers, Jaden, 15, a sophomore; Micah, 13, an 8th grader, and Kale, 11, a 5th grader. Barkan says his favorite hobbies are spending time in God’s word and praying, lifting, reading books and learning German. He is undecided about his future plans. When asked what teacher, coach, family member or special friend has influenced him and why, Kenny said: The most influential person in my life is my dad. My dad has always been there for me. He has helped me through thick and thin, always teaching me how to become a better man myself. By instilling Bible values in me from a young age, I will forever be thankful for showing me to see Jesus and the true meaning of life. In offering advice for success in life, Barken replied: Ephesians 4:32 says, “Be kind to one another, tender hearted, forgiving one another as God in Christ forgave you.” As Christ has forgiven us, we should forgive those around us, even if they have hurt us or wronged us and it’s their fault. When we forgive them, it allows healing and fixes the separation that is between us and allows you to
mold relationships and make them new again. Kienzle, who resides in Carrollton, is a daughter of Rose Kienzle and Duane Kienzle. She has a brother, Owen, 21, a junior at Cornell University. At CHS, Olivia has been in 8 high school plays/musicals and is a one-year member of the Academic Challenge team. She also has been a member of the marching and concert bands for three years, is vice president of the National Honor Society and a one-year member of the Prom Committee. Olivia has been a member of the Chamber Chorus for three years, serving as vice president this year. She also was a delegate to Buckeye Girls State her junior year. Her hobbies include reading, cooking and going on long car rides with her friends while listening to music.
Upon graduation, Olivia plans to attend Syracuse University in New York, majoring in advertising. After attending college she hopes to enter an ad agency and go international. When asked what teacher, coach, family member or special friend has influenced her and why, Olivia said: My grandparents, they always gave me support and pushed me to have a better life than them. In offering advice for success in life, she said: Take risks and learn to thrive on failure. As Students of the Month, both Kenny and Olivia become eligible for a $500 scholarship provided by McFadden Insurance Co. to one boy and one girl at the conclusion of the 2019-19 school year. They also will have their pictures displayed on the wall a CHS and be treated to lunch by CHS Principal David Davis.
Bailey is named Salineville Student of the Month
Southern Local High School senior Katelyn Bailey has been selected as the Salineville Kiwanis Student of the Month for January. She is a daughter of Sara and Charles Bailey of Salineville and is currently ranked fourth in her class with a 4.078 GPA. Bailey has made the honor roll throughout her high school career and was inducted into the National Honor Society last year. School staff speak highly of her as a role model and dependable student. In addition, she has been a member of the marching and concert bands and lettered her sophomore year. Bailey is also active in pep band and has served in FFA for four years, Drama Club for six years and Student Council for four years, plus she has participated in Vacation Bible School for three years and Young Life for seven years. Because of her positive example and skills, she was asked by administration to participate this year on the student-based leadership committee. Bailey plans to attend college upon her high school graduation to study nursing.