BOCES lauds P-TECH honor roll students


NEW HARTFORD — The Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) at the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES has announced its honor roll students for the third quarter. The honor roll recognizes students in grades 9-12 who have demonstrated academic excellence.

The honor roll is divided into three categories: Principal’s List (95-100 grade point average); Honor Roll (90-94 grade point average) and Merit Roll (84-89 grade point average). Here is a list of those named to the list along with their home school district:

Principal’s List

Nicholas Abbott, VVS;

Henry Aung, Utica;

Alexander Bauer, Whitesboro;

Addyson Carrier, Holland Patent;

Robert Delia Jr., Utica;

Ryan Graziano, Oriskany;

Taylor Hilts, New Hartford;

Jonathyn Langone, Rome;

Abigail Phelps, Whitesboro;

B. Ules, Utica; and

B. Windover, Utica.

Honor Roll

Lillian Boris, Holland Patent;

Calvin Brown, Whitesboro;

Aiden Butler, Oriskany;

Landon Cheung, Whitesboro;

Michael Close, Utica;

Seth Firsching, Westmoreland;

Wyatt Forbes, Clinton;

Jesse Holmes, Westmoreland;

Cianna Husnay, Whitesboro;

Aidan Johnson, Whitesboro;

Tue Kaw Mu, Utica;

Veronica Randal-Spells, Sauquoit Valley;

Isabella Rivera, Utica;

Christopher Smith, Utica;

Jadin Staring, New York Mills; and

Quincy Stayton, Sauquoit Valley.

Merit Roll

Cathleen Cole, Utica;

Todd Deily, Rome;

C. Haberle, Whitesboro;

James Hymon, Utica;

Braden James, New Hartford;

Faith Jaquays, Waterville;

Brendan Lee, Sauquoit Valley;

Austin Lowery, Utica;

Jacob Lynch, Westmoreland;

Scott Magnanti, Rome;

Breanna Newman, Utica;

Emily Nunes, Holland Patent;

Asher Shinn, Whitesboro;

Savannah Smutz, VVS; and

Cain Thibault, Whitesboro.


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