Freshman Wolf Hahn wins National Art Award

Wolf Hahn’s photo first won a Gold Key at the Regional Level of the SMFA Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards. It then moved up to the national level of judging and it was awarded a Gold Key at that level as well.

Hahn and his family attended the award ceremony in New York City at Carnegie Hall. THe MC was Nick Cannon and the featured speaker was fashion designer Zac Posen.  His work was on display with the other Gold winners at the Pratt Gallery in Manhattan.

 

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Wolf Hahn 9 End Of Day Photography Art Gold Key Caroline Epp Manchester Essex Regional High School
Wolf Hahn 9 End Of Day Photography Art Gold Key Caroline Epp Manchester Essex Regional High School

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Students Compete in Dodgeball Tournament

The class of 2016 hosted the annual dodgeball tournament for middle and high school. The class raised over $170 by selling snacks and charging for team involvement. Five teams in total competed, and the winning team, the Sisters, received a pizza party.

Contestants sign up for the dodgeball tournament in groups of 8. The contestants paid five dollars per person to help fundraise for the class of 2016. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Contestants sign up for the dodgeball tournament in groups of 8. The contestants paid five dollars per person to help fundraise for the class of 2016. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Madeline Surette and Susie Buck sell snacks and drinks at the concession stand before the tournament begins. The tournament was hosted by the student government of the class of 2016. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Madeline Surette and Susie Buck sell snacks and drinks at the concession stand before the tournament begins. The tournament was hosted by the student government of the class of 2016. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grader Ben Lantz winds up to throw the ball at the opposing team. Lantz’s team was the runner up in the tournament. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grader Ben Lantz winds up to throw the ball at the opposing team. Lantz’s team was the runner up in the tournament. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grade team named Hornets attempts to eliminate members of the opposing team in the finals of the tournament. A player is out in dodgeball if they are hit with a ball, if they cross the line, if they step over the starting line before the referee says go, or if a member of the opposing team catches the ball that was thrown. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grade team named Hornets attempts to eliminate members of the opposing team in the finals of the tournament. A player is out in dodgeball if they are hit with a ball, if they cross the line, if they step over the starting line before the referee says go, or if a member of the opposing team catches the ball that was thrown. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grader Will Janowicz throws the ball towards seventh grader Jake Athanas. Athanas was the last member of his team to be out; however, if he caught Janowicz’s throw he would have brought a member of his team back into the game. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grader Will Janowicz throws the ball towards seventh grader Jake Athanas. Athanas was the last member of his team to be out; however, if he caught Janowicz’s throw he would have brought a member of his team back into the game. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Athanas catches the ball allowing one of his teammates to come back into play. A player cannot be out if the dodgeball hits their head, which is required as a safety precaution. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Athanas catches the ball allowing one of his teammates to come back into play. A player cannot be out if the dodgeball hits their head, which is required as a safety precaution. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The Hornets team lines up as they prepare for the final round of the tournament against the team named The Sisters. The referee announces when the team can go over the line and begin that round. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The Hornets team lines up as they prepare for the final round of the tournament against the team named The Sisters. The referee announces when the team can go over the line and begin that round. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Seventh grader Luca Schwartz sacrifices himself for his team. By making himself an open target, his other team members were able to launch the dodgeballs successfully at the other team. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grader Luca Schwartz sacrifices himself for his team. By making himself an open target, his other team members were able to launch the dodgeballs successfully at the other team. Credit: Phoebe Schwartz and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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High School Engineering class designs Putt-Putt Boats

The students in John Bannister-Marx and Dave Veling’s high school engineering class built Putt-Putt boats. The Putt-Putt boat is the final of the year.

Each student in John Bannister-Marx and Dave Veling’s class has their own workbook that they keep in the classroom. After each completed step the students would have to answer question in the workbook. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Each student in John Bannister-Marx and Dave Veling’s class has their own workbook that they keep in the classroom. After each completed step the students would have to answer question in the workbook. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshmen Veronica Attridge measures the length of straws to see where to make the perfect cut. This project had many steps that the students had to read carefully before starting the project. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshmen Veronica Attridge measures the length of straws to see where to make the perfect cut. This project had many steps that the students had to read carefully before starting the project. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The students made the boiler from a tin can. The boiler makes the Putt-Putt boat run when you light a candle under the boiler. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The students made the boiler from a tin can. The boiler makes the Putt-Putt boat run when you light a candle under the boiler. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Julia Geswell and her partner Lea Sutherland work together to create the best Putt-Putt boat they can make. Geswell adjusts the boiler while Sutherland cuts the straws. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Julia Geswell and her partner Lea Sutherland work together to create the best Putt-Putt boat they can make. Geswell adjusts the boiler while Sutherland cuts the straws. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Josh Richards sands down the edges of the straws to make a smooth edge. After the construction of the Putt-Putt boats, everyone in Bannister-Marx and Veling’s class everyone would race their own boats against each other. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Josh Richards sands down the edges of the straws to make a smooth edge. After the construction of the Putt-Putt boats, everyone in Bannister-Marx and Veling’s class everyone would race their own boats against each other. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Geswell and Attridge get ready to glue their boilers down so no water would get inside of it. The students needed to wear gloves when gluing for safety. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Geswell and Attridge get ready to glue their boilers down so no water would get inside of it. The students needed to wear gloves when gluing for safety. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshmen Aisea Collens glue together his boiler while freshmen Axel Fougere watches and learns from Collens. After each boiler was glued the boiler would be placed near the window to dry fir 24 hours. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshmen Aisea Collens glue together his boiler while freshmen Axel Fougere watches and learns from Collens. After each boiler was glued the boiler would be placed near the window to dry fir 24 hours. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Geswell makes the final finishes of her boiler before placing it near the window to dry. After Geswell would fill out a sheet of question to reflect on what she did. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Geswell makes the final finishes of her boiler before placing it near the window to dry. After Geswell would fill out a sheet of question to reflect on what she did. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Middle school holds annual art show

Art teacher Tamara Burns’ seventh grade class answered questions on the middle school art show. The pieces in the art show ranged from print making, to digital, drawing, painting, and mixed media.

In the eighth grade classes, students were given a random book page and were assigned to choose a certain word on that page and create a visual image describing it. Most students filled the whole page to their advantage. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
In the eighth grade classes, students were given a random book page and were assigned to choose a certain word on that page and create a visual image describing it. Most students filled the whole page to their advantage. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Annalise Mora makes her final decision on what painting is her favorite. At the end of the year, for their final project, Burns assigned her class to create an original accordion book of specific pieces they have made throughout the year. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Annalise Mora makes her final decision on what painting is her favorite. At the end of the year, for their final project, Burns assigned her class to create an original accordion book of specific pieces they have made throughout the year. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eve Feuerbach and Meredith Wolf write their opinions about the sixth grade graphic design pieces. The students use the program Adobe Illustrator to create different graphic design pictures. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eve Feuerbach and Meredith Wolf write their opinions about the sixth grade graphic design pieces. The students use the program Adobe Illustrator to create different graphic design pictures. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Burns further explains a specific question on the worksheet to one of her students. This year Burns focused on the main topics of print making, lines and shapes in motion, sequential art cartooning, and 3D perspective. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Burns further explains a specific question on the worksheet to one of her students. This year Burns focused on the main topics of print making, lines and shapes in motion, sequential art cartooning, and 3D perspective. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Rebecca Shan gazes at a pastel drawing of empty glass bottles. This project was taught for the students to practice their shading techniques in making different items look 3D. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Rebecca Shan gazes at a pastel drawing of empty glass bottles. This project was taught for the students to practice their shading techniques in making different items look 3D. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Student Emma Dizio fills out the print making section of her provided worksheet. Every year Burn share withs her students her background knowledge of print making.  Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Student Emma Dizio fills out the print making section of her provided worksheet. Every year Burn share withs her students her background knowledge of print making. Credit: Laura Fitzgerald for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Twins, Hannah Saulnier and Emily Saulnier are both in Caroline Epp’s sixth grade art class. Both are very talented artists, yet their styles are very different. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Twins, Hannah Saulnier and Emily Saulnier are both in Caroline Epp’s sixth grade art class. Both are very talented artists, yet their styles are very different. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grader Emma Lacey jots down notes about her favorite student artwork. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade classes spent a class touring the art show and took notes on their peers’ work. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seventh grader Emma Lacey jots down notes about her favorite student artwork. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade classes spent a class touring the art show and took notes on their peers’ work. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Eighth grader, Kayley Wright put her artistic skills to use when given the assignment to create a drawing of an endangered species. Some students who were also given this assignment in seventh grade received awards for their work. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader, Kayley Wright put her artistic skills to use when given the assignment to create a drawing of an endangered species. Some students who were also given this assignment in seventh grade received awards for their work. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Students apply laws of physics to golf

Junior Troy Ciarametaro gave a presentation on the physics of golf and how golf depends on many of the equations students learn about in physics. Since the seniors have graduated, the juniors left in the class have worked on independent projects.

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Junior Troy Ciarametaro sets up his lab after his presentation about the physics of golf. In the lab, students practiced putting and attempted to apply what they learned to their golf swings. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Juniors Katie Glidden, Abbey Martin, and Alex Thompson read the instructions on the lab sheet. Each junior was required to give a presentation on a topic of their choice before the end of the year. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Ciarametaro shows his classmates the correct putting form. Ciarametaro brought in a small putting green to simulate a golf like situation. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

 

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Martin practices her putting technique. It took each student a couple of tries before getting the hole. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Ciarametaro explains the pros and cons of a putter with a thick shaft versus a thin shaft. Ciarametaro brought in two different putters to give students an option to choose from. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Martin fills in her lab handout based on the information she learned during the activity. A golf swing is centered around the concept of a pendulum. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Physics teacher Deb Nolan practices the golf lab. Each student was required to accompany their presentations with a lab or activity. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Class of 2018 participates in freshman fly up day

On June 9th, teachers and students of the high school led a workshop which introduced the upcoming freshman to the high school. During this workshop, the class of 2018 learned both what to expect in high school and what will be expected of them.

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HS girls lacrosse holds banquet

On June 11th, the junior varsity and varsity girls’ lacrosse teams met in the auditorium of the high school to celebrate their seasons at the annual banquet. At the banquet, awards were given to both junior varsity and varsity players.

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Green Team presents projects at showcase

On Monday June 9th, Green Team Interns and Scholars held a Green Team Showcase. At the event Interns and Scholars presented their projects and their successes throughout the year. The showcase was a way for the Green Team to show the community what goes on inside the program.

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Juniors Sam Koufman and Chris Noriega began the presentation by speaking about different conferences that they attended. Koufman is the Green Team Co-president and Noriega is the Green Team Executive assistant. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Juniors Campbell Faker and TC Fougere explain what it is like to be an intern for the Green Team program. The Green Team interns complete small tasks throughout the year, unlike Green Team Scholars who work on one large project for the entire year. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Community Partner Liz Duff from Mass Audubon talks about her experiences with the Green Team. Duff worked with a Scholar to help eliminate the invasive species of Pepperweed on the north shore. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Freshman David LaForge presents about his work as a Green Team Intern. LaForge replaced the book donation box in the front of the school from a large company to a small local book shop in Manchester. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Junior Jackie Otterbien takes a snack during the showcase. All snacks that were provided by the Green Team were organic. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Juniors Abbey Martin, Tasha Statz-Geary, and Katie Glidden speak about their project titled “Young Women in Climate.” The Young Women in Climate were awarded with the Green Difference award. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Junior Hannah Thorne presents her Eco Tour project. The Eco tour is a self-guided tour that one can take around the school in order to see the different environmentally friendly aspects of the building. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Junior Lauren Coogan explains to the audience what she does as the Green Team Events Coordinator. As the Events Coordinator Coogan plans all Green Team events and sustainability days in order to make the class more interesting and fun. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Junior Meghan Conway presents her project Seaside Sustainability. Seaside Sustainability is a project that focuses on sea level rise in the Cape Ann area. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

 

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Juniors Justin Eichenberger and Cameron Holley speak about their hydroponics project. Hydroponics is a project that involves no soil in order to grow a garden. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Green Team members listen to Magers speak about the program. Magers is the original founder of the Green Team. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

 

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Green Team members sit on the stage at the ends of the presentations. A question and answer session was held so that the audience could learn more about the program. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

 

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GALLERY: Graduation 2014 – Part 2

 

LIST OF GRADUATES

 


Luke Conant Andersen

Quinn Peter Andersen&

Zackary William Appeltofft

Emily Paige Arntsen²&

Olivia Priscilla Bean

Sarah Cherrington Beckmann&

Keith Blagden²

Evanthia A. Boling

Josh Gordon Leung Brewster

John Macaulay Bruce

Abigail Mariah Buck

Connor Michael Burke

Perry Ardelle Burnham²

William David Burnham

Molly Steele Carlson&

Kevin Andrew Carter

Michael Robert Chlumecky

Seth Isaac Cohen

Peter Layton Cottingham²&

Madeline Kelley Dahlin±²&

Rachel Cynthia Daley ±&

Emily Victoria Davis

Fiona Marie Davis±&

Michael Henry Davis

William Russell Davis

Isadora Eden Decker-Lucke±&

Sofia Rosette del Valle&

Christopher Joseph Dente

Lindsey W. Duff±&

Christian Paul Dumont&

Jeffrey Michael Durkin±&

Ashley Rose Edelstein

Easton John Ehlers²&

Rebecca Keefe Even±&

Morgan Elizabeth Fraser

Jack Walden Freed±&

Michelle Elizabeth Fuca

Rachael Joy Gallagher²

Ethan James Gaskell

Anne Hennessey Gonzales&

Anastasia Yanna Goulakos

Joseph Gilbert Guerin

Sophia L. Guerriero

Sean Gutierrez-Schieferl

Ashley Catherine Hamlen

Scott Gardner Hamlen, II

Anna Quinn Heffernan&

Neil Joseph Henry&

Elizabeth Newhall Higgins

Charles Robert Hoff

Tatum Joan Hosman&

Mina R. Hostage

Brennan Patrick Houghton

Lila Parke Hughes

Kevin Koji Iwata

Nikolas Watson Janowicz

Courtney Rebecca Kaner±&

Austin Keating

Vanessa Martine Kelley±&

Hope Elizabeth Kincaid

Landon Ross Komishane±&

Ely Balch Koufman

Cailey Grace Lafferty

Michael Philip Leahy

Alexandra Ashley Leventis

Ian Edward Nelson Lewiecki

Sarah Virginia Nelson Lewiecki²&

Michael E. Loebelenz

Liam Ryan Logue

Adam J. MacFarland

Nicholas Scott Malo

Lea Sophia Manzo

Filip Aleksander Matracki

Dylan Matthew McClure

Kendall Leigh McCormick±&

Molly Jo McCoy

Taylor Kelley Meek±²&

Kelly J. Moore&

Peter Homer Morton, Jr.±&

Sophie Gulick Neligan&

Samuel Philip Nesbit²

Cole Brooks Neugebauer

Preye Omoregie

Julia Renée Paccone²&

Hannah Katherine Parker

Christopher Austin Pellegrini

Michael Thomas Phelan, Jr.

Kylie Margaret Phillips

Madeleine Elle Pomeroy²

Erik Jon Rajunas±&

Abigail Jeanne Ranger&

Alyssa Grace Reeves&

Nathaniel Riehl

Amelia Marsden Rodier²

Ella Marsden Rodier²

Steven Sergio Ronchi

Tao Raven Sardonicus

Ian Oliver Schylling

Matthew Tyler Sharkey

Cameron Peter Shaw&

Alyssa Rose Shepard±²&

Maya Alexandra Shnider&

Nicholas Andrew Silva

Edward Vala Siqueira

Brittany Sofia Smith²&

Alexandria Elizabeth Stasiak

Alexander Eliassen Taliaferro±

Samantha Mary Taylor±&

Carly Marie Tofuri

Zachary James Trembowicz

Jacob William Tyler

Alexandra Valenti

Athena Venetsanakos

Elizabeth Ann Warren²

Elizabeth White

Adrienne Isabel Young

Paige Catherine Zaval&

Elizabeth Ann Zwart


 

& National Honor Society     ² National Art Honor Society 

 

± Manchester Essex Scholar      National Forensic League

 

R National Green Schools Society

 

 

 

CLASS PRESIDENT – Erik Rajunas

 

 CLASS OFFICERS – Evanthia Boling, William Burnham,

    Alyssa Shepard

                                         

CLASS ADVISOR – Jennifer Coleman

 

 

 


 

 

 

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GALLERY: Graduation 2014 – Part 1

The class of 2014 graduated on Friday June 6th at Hyland Field. The ceremony started with bag pipers and drummers, leading the procession of faculty and graduates onto the field. A group of senior girls sang the national anthem.  Assistant Principal Paul Murphy, Principal Patricia Puglisi, and Superintendent Pamela Beaudoin all gave speeches to the class and audience.

Following the administrations speeches, class president Erik Rajunas spoke about his journey through high school and about his class. Then Madeline Dahlen spoke as the Salutatorian of the class. The last speech from the students of the class of 2014 was given by Valedictorian Lindsey Duff, who chose to write a letter to the world about her class.

The class speaker was English teacher Daniel Koughan, who spoke for the third time at graduation in the past five years. He gave the graduates pieces of advice gleaned from important works of literature. After the diplomas were awarded, the students flipped their tassels and were officially finished with school at MERSD.

 

PROGRAM

 

PROCESSIONAL

 

FACULTY                                     Creagan More Pipes and Drums

 

GRADUATES                “Pomp and Circumstance” by Edward Elgar

                                                                MERSD Band, Mr. Joseph Sokol, Director

 

NATIONAL ANTHEM                                    Evanthia Boling, Sofia del Valle, Lindsey Duff,

Elizabeth Higgins, Molly McCoy, Hannah Parker, Alexandra Valenti, Elizabeth White

                                                                    

 

WELCOME                                   Mr. Paul F. Murphy, Assistant Principal

 

 

SUPERINTENDENT                      Ms. Pamela Beaudoin, Superintendent

 

 

CLASS ADDRESS/GIFT                Class Officers: Erik Rajunas, Evanthia Boling,

William Burnham, Alyssa Shepard

 

 

SALUTATORIAN ADDRESS         Madeline Kelley Dahlin                         

 

 

VALEDICTORIAN ADDRESS       Lindsey W. Duff 

 

 

PRESENTATION                           Ms. Patricia Puglisi, Principal

OF SCHOLARSHIPS /

REMARKS

 

COMMENCEMENT                      Mr. Daniel Koughan

ADDRESS                                                     English Department

 

 PRESENTATIONS OF                  Ms. Linda Crosby, School Committee Chair

DIPLOMAS                                   Ms. Pamela Beaudoin, Superintendent

                                                     Ms. Patricia Puglisi, Principal

                                                     Mr. Paul F. Murphy, Assistant Principal

               

RECESSIONAL                             “Summon the Heroes” by John Williams

                                                              Arranged by Michael Sweeney   

                                                          

CLASS SONG                                “Good Vibrations” by Amir Quadeer Shakir,

            a.k.a. M.C. Spice,  for Marky Mark

            and the Funky Bunch

 

JUNIOR MARSHALLS                   Emily Moore – Craig Carter   

 

 

 

 

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