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School System Honors Students with 37th Annual Achievement Awards

May 5th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Sixty-one high school seniors were honored for earning the 37th Annual Achievement Awards.  This end-of-the-year award recognizes graduating seniors in the Allegany County Public School System who are in the top 10% of their classes in academic excellence, who have made special accomplishments in the arts, and who demonstrate superior leadership qualities.

               Sponsors of this year’s award included Daly Computers, Inc., First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union, First United Bank and Trust, Hamilton Relay, Skyline Technology Solutions, ACT 1st Federal Credit Union, LaVale Lions Club, District 22W, Willetts Systems, Inc., and UPMC-Western Maryland Health Systems.

Members of the award planning committee are Nil Grove, chairperson; Dr. Kim Kalbaugh, Dr. Wendy Main, and Kimberly Hotchkiss. 

               The following are the students who received recognition for their accomplishments this year: (Allegany High School) Lydia Deneen, Emily Ellsworth, Jackson Hendershot, Aura Imes, Gregory Jackson, Kendal Johnson, Samantha Kelly, Vuong Vy Le, Lydia Martz, Roudell Moffett, Omaer Naeem, Noah Peterson, Paris Phillips, Peytyn Resseger, Gabrielle Salas, Haylei Salonish, Hannah Willetts, Isaac Zais; (Center for Career and Technical Education) Caleb Dante, Adam Armbruster, Matthew Arnone, Nathan Crites, Donna Morgan, Edwin Rock, David Krumpch, Dominic Charland; (Fort Hill High School) Lindsay Sites, Riley Uphole, Makenna Cassell, Hannah McCoy, Kambria Rice, Ethan Von Hagel, Reagan Marrale, Daniel Stuby, Jacob Morgan, Matthew Lawson, Jadison Fairall, Miranda Teats, Colby Santmyire, Gavin Haslam, Alexa Moore, Hailey Ternent, Lydia Shepherd; (Mountain Ridge High School) Katherine Baker, Kaylien Beeman, Salee Blank, Madison Cesnick, Hana Chitsaz, Chase Connor, Jaclyn Fresh, Lily Johnson, Dillon Kaschenbach, Sean Kline, Jesse Lescallette, Madison Llewellyn, Lena Maffley, Paige Miller, Julia Seddon, Kristen Smith, Bereketab Tessema, Jack Weston.

Typically the school system hosts an end-of-the-year banquet to recognize these students for their accomplishments; however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent school closures, award recipients will be honored virtually in a video tribute courtesy of Commercial Video.

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