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December 5, 2012

Board discusses field trip policies

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Niagara Gazette — In other news, the board recognized several students for academic success and musical prowess.

Jack Buddenhagen and Danielle Crocoll, both musicians with the school band, recently received word they'd been accepted into the All-Eastern Honors Ensamble band, an accomplishment last achieved by a district student in 1997.

The band pulls the best of the best musicians from several mid-Atlantic area and New England states to create a band which will perform in Connecticut in April.

Scholarships were also awarded to several students who achieved high honors on Regents exams. 

Josh Miller and Kirsten Scherrer each received $1,500 awards, while Francesca Viola, Nicole Golias, Daniel Miera, Kali Ryan, Mary Warne, Marissa Watroba, Rachel Szeliga, Rachel Coddington and Todd Phillips each received $500.

The amounts are good for four years of higher education.

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