Board Honors Students

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Babylon’s November Board of Education meeting was filled with celebratory remarks and praise for a number of students. The Board and administration honored the following students and presented each with a certificate of recognition:

Rose Ann Bencivenga: AP Scholar with Distinction
Emily Brown: AP Scholar
Jennifer Cornbrooks: AP Scholar
Amanda Crowley: Selected for the 2013 NYSCAME/SCMEA All-County Festival
Jedidiah Dale: 2014 National Merit Scholarship Commended Student; AP Scholar with Distinction
Lyla Dale: AP Scholar with Honor
Alexandra Diaz-Pane: 2013-14 National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar
Emily Flaherty: AP Scholar with Honor
Daniel Lum: AP Scholar with Distinction
Sara Mikovic: AP Scholar with Honor
Maxwell Pitagno: AP Scholar
Kelly Quigley: AP Scholar
Marisol Rivas: Artist whose work is exhibited at the NYSSBA Convention
Camila Romero: Selected for the 2013 NYSCAME/SCMEA All-County Festival
Nicholas Santorelli: AP Scholar
Eileen Savastano: Artist whose work is exhibited at the NYSSBA Convention
Matthew Steffanetta: AP Scholar with Honors
Matthew Taggart: Selected for the 2013 NYSCAME/SCMEA All-County Festival and as an alternate for the All-State Band
Hannah Walsh: AP Scholar with Honor
Meredith Wardell: AP Scholar
Brooke Wexler: Selected for the 2013 NYSCAME/SCMEA All-County Festival
Luke Zappia: AP Scholar

In addition to the student honors, representatives from each building gave thanks to the seven members of the Board of Education for their dedication and service to the community. In honor of School Board Recognition Week, a video was shown of the elementary school second-grade singing club performing a song about being kind and generous, the grade school presented a poster about gratitude, and cast members from the high school musical presented a short scene from their upcoming production of “Footloose.” Members of the administrators association and parent support groups also gave each member a small token of their appreciation.